Helfgott to play at research charity night

David Helfgott will be performing at the inaugural charity dinner in Canberra to raise funds for the newly established Hellenic Club Neurosurgery Research Fellowship.


Tanner prefers Greek

The Federal Minister of Finance, Lindsay Tanner, explains why he can speak Greek with a good degree of fluency.


Saying “No” to the Patriarch

“Thanks but no thanks!” was the response from Australia’s and America’s Archbishops to the call by the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew – spiritual leader of global Greek Orthodoxy


PAO seal Greek Cup final spot

The age-old Hellenic rivalry will again reignite when Athens side Panathinaikos will take on Thessalonican giants Aris in the Cup Final later this month


Goalless draw gives PAO ticket to Greek Cup final

Panathinaikos will be Aris’s opponents in the final of the Greek Cup, after securing a goalless draw at PAS Yiannina.


Greek-Australian Scouts prepare for the worst

6th Box Hill Hellenic Scout Group has served the Melbourne Greek community for 40 years and it’s now at risk of closing down. THOMAS ANDRONAS has been there for 15 of them.


Ethnikos women win LEN Trophy

The women’s team of Ethnikos Piraeus came from behind to win the LEN Trophy, Europe’s second-tier club competition, for the first time by beating Russia’s Khanty-Mansiysk.


Moore farewells Greek league

Craig Moore has ended his spell at Kavala to return home where
he will try to secure a place in Australia’s World Cup squad.


Football: ‘breathe it, live it, love it.’

Phil Papadopoulos points to hard work, commitment and discipline as a key to football success.


Eurobasket final four has Greek flavour

Olympiakos will join three other former Champions at the Final Four in
Paris as the showpiece of European basketball beckons in early May