Cyprus leaders agree to boost talks

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that community leaders in Cyprus had agreed to intensify talks aimed at reunifying the divided island


Bankers search for right role in aid

The managing director of the Institute of International Finance met representatives from the European Central Bank, the Greek government and the eurozone to try to break a deadlock


Death of drama or birth of an industry conference

The Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia (CCANESA), as part of the University of Sydney, will be hosting a two-day conference on Greek theatre in the fourth c


Pressure for burqa laws in Victoria

The Baillieu Government is under pressure to consider laws already in place in fellow states regarding police powers to require motorists and others suspected of criminal offences


When the going gets tough

Mark Bouris talks about the fear of home loans thanks to interest rate hikes


Good draw for Greek clubs

Defending European Champions Panathinaikos and Olympiakos had rather favourable draws for the Euroleague group stage on July 7


Stoke wants Torosidis

English Premier League club Stoke City is reportedly preparing a move for Olympiakos defender Vasilis Torosidis


4 Nations Corfu cricket tournament announced for 2012

New opportunities for Greek Australian cricketers are on the cards, as the Australian Hellenic Cricket Foundation unveils new initiatives


Greece to cover Aussie MPs’ costs

The Greek Parliament will spend over $50,000 on travel costs for Australian MPs to attend the World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Association’s general assembly. Those attending say


The birth of the milk bar

The humble milk bar is widely recognised as an Australian suburban institution. But what isn’t known is that these convenience stores on local street corners are at the heart of th