Piraeus takeover offer for two Greek banks

The privately owned Piraeus Bank offered on Thursday to buy stakes in two state-controlled banks for 701 million euro.


Poll: Greeks unhappy with politicians

Seven in ten Greeks are dissatisfied with their lives and feel let down by the country’s two main political parties while a third would not vote for any of the five parties in Gree


Tax hikes fuel petrol station closures

A large number of petrol stations may be forced to close due to growing problems in the sector according to the Greek industry body representing petrol station owners.


Fear, uncertainty and doubt in Athens

Lambros Karavis reflects on the current state of affairs in Greece, 18 months after his previous visit to Athens.


“Hellenism is a great survivor,” says Paula Masselos

Paula Masselos has worked in a number of industries and sectors as a strong voice for multiculturalism and cultural diversity.


Elderly couple lose their ‘Castle’

Seventy-two-year-old Hariklia Vorgiatzidis and her sick husband Nikos are heartbroken that their Footscray home will be bulldozed to make way for the Victorian Government’s $4.3 bi


Down but not out

Tourism to Greece has reduced since the economic downturn but it remains steady.


Greece trip not cancelled

The immersion program run by the Greek government for 8 – 12 year old Greeks of the diaspora to travel to Greece are being postponed because of a lack of funds.


Greek families stay strong

Professor Demetrios Georgas presented a public lecture in which he presented the findings of his research into the Greek family in Greece and abroad.


Wolves demolish Olympic to seal first home win

Sydney Olympic were comprehensively outplayed by the South Coast Wolves who put on a scintillating display to score four unanswered goals and earn their first win on home turf at W