Flaming Brit: Court case take place in 2010

The case to consider the alleged setting alight of a misbehaving Bristish tourist has been postponed until May 2010.


Property prices in Attiki drop

While residential property prices in Attica fell between 5 to 10 percent in the first half of the year an increase in demand is predicted in the second half of 2009.


Human traffic ring smashed

A human trafficking ring which held 10 illegal immigrants in a container outside of Athens was busted last week in Athens.


3.5 hours Athens – Thessaloniki train trip by 2013

Improvements in the rail system betwen Athens and Thessaloniki will see travel times cut to 3.5 hours


Taste of Melbourne with George Calombaris

George Calombaris is one of the leading Melbourne chefs who is taking part in the second Taste of Melbourne food festival.


Fire threat to Athens subsides

Criticism of the Karamanlis Government is mounting as the fire threat to Athens subsides.


Victory eke first win up north

The third round of the A-League saw Melbourne Victory defeat Northern Queensland for its first victory for the year.


Young Greek of the Week

Victoria Magonis, who loves souvlaki and feels that sporty is the one word that best describes her, is our Young Greek of the Week.


Multicultural flavour to small business Festival

Victoria’s multicultural business networks were recognised as part of the Victorian Government’s Energise Enterprise Small Business Festival.


Childcare reform a double edged sword

The proposed Federal Government reforms to child care has drawn a mixed response from Greek Australian parents.