News – 13 Nov, 2011
The rate of unemployment has risen drastically and is at 18.4 per cent as of August this year, up 12.2 per cent from the same time last year.
Features – 13 Nov, 2011
“Problems will be solved by unity, understanding and prudence” was the rallying cry from incoming Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, as he prepared to be sworn-in last Friday to lead
Founded in 2004 by the Cancer Council, Girls Night In is fun night in for the ladies aimed at raising money and awareness for all women’s cancers.
While the media around the crisis in Greece is focused on financial strain and the political situation, mental health and the way Greeks are coping emotionally has fallen by the wa
Members of the Australian Peace Initiative for Cyprus (APIC) are calling on the Australian Government to help find a solution to the impasse preventing Mr Mehmet Ali Talat, the for
Dora Bakoyannis, leader of the Democratic Alliance party in Greece, has appealed to the Greek Australian community to lend its support to their county of origin.
Budding doctor Georgina Prassas has Harvard University in her grasp, to top off her illustrious scholastic career already in the field of medicine.
Newly-elected president Jim Wood says it’s time to pull together after a turbulent period for the Cyprus Community of Melbourne and Victoria.
Many more Prep students in Victoria will be learning a language by 2015 according to a far-reaching plan announced by the state government.
News – 11 Nov, 2011
The bid to return the Parthenon Marbles by London’s 2012 Olympic Games will go up a notch when Greece’s Minister for Culture and Tourism Pavlos Geroulanos visits the UK capital thi