AMAC annual dinner a success

The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council organised a successful fundraising dinner on Friday night with Professor Vrasidas Karalis the keynote speaker.


Tsiolkas bags another award for ‘The Slap’

‘The Slap’ has earnt Christos Tsiolkas another award for his look at how a slap at a bbq changes the lives of the people involved.


Eighth International Conference on Greek Research begins at Flinders University

Adelaide has some of the world’s leading scholars in Modern Greek studies attening the Eighth International Conference on Greek Research at Flinders University.


The Greek corner at the Queen Vic Market

Steve and Annie Papailiadis shares their experience of running of running The Grill and Market Star Cafe, two local eateries on the rise in North Melbourne.


Loveline as a cabaret

Melanie Velissaris is one of three young performers who explore the idea of the woman who is unlucky in love in the cabaret show, Loveline-the Cabaret.


Young Greek of the Week

Liza Xanthopoulos, who loves souvlakia and feels that Pontian is the one word that best describes her, is our Young Greek of the Week.


New rules for smoking challenge old habits

The introduction of smoking bans in venues and bars in Greece on July 1 elicits a strong response amongst young Athenians.


Greek shipping still world leading

The Greek shipping industry is an important contributor to the Greek economy and could provide an important driver to the revival of the Greek economy.


Go early or go double dissolution?

Dr Nick Economou explores the whether the Rudd Government will go for an early election or a double dissolution.


Hellenic line in the sand

A reader offers their solution for the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece.