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At the forefront of early warning systems

Kon Papafotiou, is in the forefront of developing technology that would provide early warning systems in case of catastrophic events such as the recent bushfires.

News

Messimeri calls for more Greek aged funding

Voula Messimeri responds to her having been selected as Woman of the Year by the World Council for Hellenes Abroad (SAE) in Oceania by calling for additional funding of Greek aged

News

Greeks band together to support bushfire victims

A number of Greek organisations and individuals in Victoria and interstate have put their hands in their pockets to help raise funds for the Victorian bushfire victims.

Life

Xenakis graces new recital hall

The launch of the Melbourne Recital Hall in Southbank is being marked with an inaugural program which includes a concert featuring the music of Iannis Xenakis.

Sport

10000 reasons to smile

SOUTH Melbourne Hellas completed its 2009 pre-season preparations in the best possible way by defeating Greek rivals Heidelberg United 3-0 in the final of the Hellenic Cup. Alog with the …

News

Glendi is on track

Bill Papastergiadis reports that all is on track for the 2009 Antipodes Festival which is due to commence with the Antipodes Festival Glendi on 21 – 22 March 2009.

News

Harry’s Back!

Harry Nicolaides returns to Australia after serving six months in jail.

Features

The endgame for Olympic Airlines

The final fate of Olympic Airlines and the political, business and financial factors which will impact on its future are explored by a leading business analyst.

News

Greeks abroad vote to sink in parliament

The Greek cabinet  approved a draft bill which will allow Greeks abroad to vote in Greek elections from their place of residence last week. Interior Minister Prokopis Pavlopoulos urged the …

News

End game for liberal economics

As governments pump the economy to avoid depression it seems that economic rationalism is dead, or is it?