Georgiou bows out true to form

Veteran Liberal Petro Georgiou wrapped up his 35 year parliamentary career last week, with a valedictory speech that reflected perfectly his time of service: honest, unafraid an


World Cup Round Table

SBS are providing extensive coverage of the FIFA World Cup, here the SBS Team mull over each grouping.


Humanity lost in the corporate life

Filmmaker, Nadia Tass is working with Red Stitch Theatre to breath life into The Gronholm Method, a Catalonian play about the loss of individuality.


Greek Masterchef contestant evicted

Botching an oyster terrine recipe has cost Peter Kritikides his position in the Masterchef series


Pope preaches peace in Cyprus

The first by a pope to Cyprus was described as ‘historic’ by President Dimitris Christofias, who said the divided island was in need of the pontiff’s ‘words of peace.’


Top End Greeks: Tales of Greek cafes ‘up north’

Two contemporary chroniclers of the Greek experience in Australia give us a taste of the Greek presence in the Top End


A Grecian delight in the Big Apple

A random dinner at a New York hotel saw LAURA MILLER discover the delights of Molyvos, one of NYC’s best modern Greek restaurants


Young Greek of the week: George Nicolacopoulos

George Nicolacopoulos is a nineteen year old trainee pilot at RMIT Point Cook


Shimmying to success

Andrea Makris shares her experience of running a dance studio and booking agency.


Greeks win national award for fish and chips

Gerry Lionatos and Chris Tsaousidis and their The Kingfisher Blue store in Wheelers Hill, Victoria has reeled in the title of ‘Australia’s Best Fish ‘n’ Chip Shop’ for 2010.