Man up for a classic summer

Melissa Chrys asks Simon Lyssiotis from Melbourne-based t-shirt label Fontaine what should men be wearing this summer.


Sunny side up

With breakfast fast becoming the fashionable meal, Neos Kosmos takes a look at how some cafes and restaurants are Greekifying this non-Greek meal.


Bank of Beirut chief opens new BHB branches

Mr Salim Sfeir, Chairman and General Manager of Bank of Beirut – the major shareholder in Beirut Hellenic Bank (BHB), visited Melbourne, Sydney and Perth last week to meet BHB cust


Referendum for Greece

Greece will go to a referendum on December 4 to decide whether they want to stay in the eurozone or go back to the drachma.


Crises forces boutique owner to turn robber

The economic crisis and the increasing dire financial straits of his own business prompted a 44-year-old Glyfada boutique owner to turn robber.


Investment bank takes over site to be fitted out by Alex Perry

Alex Perry’s plans to be an interior designer are on hold.


Ethnic community awards under scrutiny

Awards given to ethnic communities in NSW have come under scrutiny, since the execution of last years awards by then premier Kristina Keneally.


Stories from the Bakehouse

Nick Dimitrokallis’ working day starts at 5am. That’s seven days a week. Before dawn, when Nick opens the door of the Melbourne Bakehouse, the business he has owned and managed for

Private treasures revealed

Artefacts bring the ancient world back to life.


Bye Bye Mehm!

Is it too early in the season to be writing a professional obituary for a coach?