Mates enjoy Athenian success

Yorgos Tserexidis and Dean Hewett, who met in St Kilda fifteen years ago, talk to FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS about their successful accommodation venture in the inner city of Athens.


On The Spit

On The Spit looks at why Tarpon Springs is the centre of international relations and asks whether the next election campaign for the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria has j


Koukouloforoi, bombs and coffee

If Athens were a mysterious brown paper package, it would tick. Guy Rundle continues his exploration of Greece’s seemingly cyclical political upheaval.


Two caught with artifacts

Greek police arrested two men last week for trying to sell several artifacts, including a bronze sculpture of emperor Alexander the Great from the 4th century B.C.


“We will become their crisis”

Downtown Athens was paralysed once again on Friday when thousands of Greeks took to the streets to protest against the country’s newly announced package of austerity measures.


Latrobe Uni celebrates Greek night

About 120 students from universities across Melbourne flocked to
Latrobe University’s Eagle Bar last Tuesday to celebrate the Latrobe
University Greek Club’s (LUGS) first ever


A Greek festive gathering

For the seventeenth year in a row the people of Hobart
will experience a Greek style panygiri.


First sod turned at Alphington

Alphington Grammar School took the first steps towards its redevelopment last week as the first sod was turned on two major projects.


Fronditha’s radiothon raises $80,340 in funds

All funds raised through the 2010 Radiothon will be going towards the expansion of Anesi in Thornbury turning it into a 120 bed facility at an estimated cost of $13 million.


Tough times: Greek cuts bite into local services

The new austerity measures announced by Greece have raised significant questions about what impact the drastic cuts in public spending will have on the Greek Government services