Celtic’s Samaras hints Melbourne return

Glasgow Celtic’s Greek international striker, Georgios Samaras, has hinted that he would consider ending his career in Australia’s A-League


Young Aussie excited to be at AEK

A young Australian that has signed for AEK Athens says he can’t wait to get to work for the Greek club

V8 Supercars Tander and Whincup win one each

On the 2.86km Reid Park, Townsville street circuit, Toll HRT’s Garth Tander, starting from fifth spot on the grid, won Saturday’s V8 Supercar race in with a faultless driving displ


NUGAS represented at the AHC conference

On 19 and 20 June, representatives from the National Union of Greek Australian Students (NUGAS) attended the National Conference of the Australian Hellenic Council


Migration story to be told through new initiative

Victoria’s migrant diversity and history will be celebrated through the recently completed Darebin Migration Heritage Project.


FYROM diaspora press provokes

“The Macedonian people will become the bosses of Chalkidiki,” ran the headline of the Australian Macedonian Weekly last week, in a somewhat confused interpretation of new laws pass


Inspiring people through Food For Thought Network

In the latest Inspiring People Series, held on Tuesday 21 June, The Food for Thought Network (FFTN) was on a mission to educate and break down racial, generational and professional


ANT1 faces lawsuit over programming

Greek station Antenna 1 is being sued by the Greek Cypriot community and Greek Cypriot diaspora organisations over choosing to air a Turkish television series


Rally for Cyprus

The Justice of Cyprus Coordinating Committee has organised a number of events in July to remember the 1974 invasion of Cyprus by Turkey


Editing the crisis

How much does the coverage of the crisis in Greece by the global TV News networks reflect what’s really going on?