New measures necessary for EU-IMF loans

Greece is close to agreeing to a new set of austerity measures, which will affect both the public and private sectors, that would unlock the emergency loans from the European Union


On The Spit

On The Spit pokes fun at the Bishop of Kalavryta and identifies a new source of export income for Greece


Papandreou calls for EU intervention to prevent spread of crisis

The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has appealed for the rapid intervention of the European Union to prevent a speculation triggered crisis across Europe.


Minx is the new nails

Minx Nails is a genius alternative to nail polish and a new cult nail trend in Hollywood


The Greek crisis through Aussie eyes

Papandreou has asked for activation of the EU-IMF debt rescue mechanism, so Neos Kosmos talked to some Greek Australians in Greece about their reaction.

Ancient Greece: 42.195 Km and counting!

Cambridge Fellow Michael C Scott examines the length of Pheideppides’ fatal run to let all know that the Athenians had beat the Persians at the Battle of Marathon.


Greece’s rating downgrade trigger market plunge

Greece’s credit rating was downgraded yet again by rating agency Standard & Poor’s


Getting the boot

A good boot is a beautiful thing says MELISSA CHRYS because they keep your feet lovely and warm and you looking wonderful.


Memories of best and worst

The 1994 World Cup saw the best and the worst for Greece as it qualified, only to fall apart.


Socceroos receive “interesting” AFC draw

FFA also announces a friendly match between Australia and Denmark in South Africa ahead of the World Cup in June.