Living the Victorian Railways

Tony Giannopoulos pays tribute to his father and the thousands of Greek migrants who worked on Victoria’s railways.


Homeless numbers in Athens up

The homeless in Athens are enjoying support from the City of Athens as authorities fear that there has been a rise in the number of people living on the street.


Money pledged for fire victims to rebuild

10 million euros will be made available by the Greek government to people whose houses were destroyed or seriously damaged in the fires in Evia and Attiki.


EU: Greek students three times as likely to go to uni

A Study by the European Commission has found that Greek students are three times as likely to undertake post-secondary studies, in comparison to their European peers.


In brief

Briefs on H1N1 death, cuts in retail jobs and the impact of global warming on temperatures in Greek cities


Young Greek of the Week

16-year-old Peter Dalambiras, who loves gyro and feels that humorous is the best word to describe him is
our Young Greek of the Week.


Gen Z plans for global warming

Year 5 and 6 students St John’s College students presented projects which explored adaptions to climate change and the greenhouse effects.


School’s out!

10 students share with us what they’re planning to do over the school holidays.


Greek unions: unemployment at 17% by December 2009

A study commissioned by the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) has predicted that unemployment may reach 17 percent by 2010.


The signs of success

Con Scrinis shares his experience of running Traffic Group Limited, Australia’s largest traffic and corporate signage company.