Staff stand trial over carbon monoxide deaths

Two Thomas Cook employees are standing trial in Corfu over the deaths of two children from carbon monoxide poisoning.


Marysville: Reborn from the ashes

Anastasia Zarifopoulos reflects one year later on life before and after the Black Saturday inferno hit Marysville.


Battling cancer for 14 years

Elly Symons, the Greek- Cypriot wife of media personality Red Symons, talks to Neos Kosmos about her son’s 14 years old battle against cancer


Greek Autism Group to be “thrown out” of building

The decision not to renew the lease on a council property by the Brimbanl Council will see the St Albans based Autism Angels run by Despina Havelas out on the streets


100 year old Aussie athelete in Greece

100 year old Ruth Frith had the adventure of a life time when her exploits at the World Masters Games earnt her the trip of a lifetime – to Greece.


Greek National Independence Day commemoration

Organiers have announced that the Greek National Day commemoration march in Melbourne is scheduled to take place on Sunday 28 March.


Cacoyannis – a film legend reveals all

Cyprus-born film and stage director recalls rich life in biography penned by Christos Siafkos


Vithoulkas Stereotypes

Ms Vithoulkas’ A homage to Melbourne’s North, (25 January 2010), reveals a very narrow minded assessment of Melbourne.


Young Greek of the Week

James Anagnostidis, who loves his Yiayia’s souvlaki recipe and describes himself as realistic is our Young Greek of the Week.


Risk on Greek debt keeps rising

Greek bonds fell to a fresh record low last week, reflecting falling investor confidence in the country managing its fiscal woes