Greek Film Festival in LA honours Spheeris

Screenings of films by an acclaimed Greek American film director and documentary maker, best known for directing Wayne’s World, will be a highlight of the Los Angeles


Swine flu prompts closure of more schools

Five schools across Melbourne have been closed due to swine flu outbreaks.


Latest school to be hit by swine flu

A Year 9 student at Melbourne Girls’ College in Richmond has been confirmed as the latest swine victim in Victoria.


Serial rapist pleads guilty

John Xydias has pleaded guilty to 86 charges of rape and sexual assault on 11 women between 1991 and 2006 and is being investigated by police with the possibility of additional cha


Kidney disease goodwill

Harry Efthimiadis received a kidney transplant from an unexpected friend. National Kidney Week raises awareness of the disease.


Looming the memory

Read about a play whose main character returns to his family’s village to rediscover his love of chickens, meet his estranged uncle, uncover dark family secrets and realise what it


AEK dispose of PAOK …again

Panaithinaikos and AEK will fight for Greece’s second spot in the Champions League qualifiers following AEK’s victory over PAOK and PAO’s victory over Larissa.


A genuine multicultural boss

A Greek-Australian with over 30 years involvement at the cutting edge of the arts and cultural diversity shares what has made him a tireless champion of multiculturalism.


Thunder struck by South’s late comeback

South Melbourne came back from a 2 goal deficit to forge a 2-2 draw with Dandenong Thunder on Saturday night.


19 year old, first swine flu case in Greece

The first case of swine flu in Greece was detected last week and the 19-year-old is in a stable condition in Sismanogleio Hospital in Athens.