Thirty three new private colleges open

The Greek private education sector has heralded a new phase of growth with the opening of 33 new private tertiary colleges in major cities across Greece.


Rapid rise in H1N1 cases in Greece

Greece has suffered a rapid rise in the number of swine flu cases with Greek medical authorities expecting numbers to continue to rise in the coming weeks.


Greek political party offices bombed

The offices of New Democracy, PASOk and La.OS were firebombed last week but no one was hurt.


Turkish incursions on Greek territory ‘unacceptable’

Greek Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis criticised Turkey for its recent incursions over Greek sovereign spaces at an EU meeting of Foreign Affairs Ministers.


Multicultural Network invites young Victorians

The Victorian State Government has invited young people aged 16 – 25 to apply for a place on the Multifaith Multicultural Youth Network.


Greek politicians from around the globe assemble in Athens

The World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Association meeting in Athens has attracted a number of Greek Australian politicians.


Olive Oil wins ‘gold’ at Organics Expo

A Greek owned olive oil producer from Western Australia has added to its trophy cabinet by winning gold at the Organics Expo.


Greek Australian Viet Vets honoured by Greek Community

Over 120 Greek Australians served in the Vietnam War as members of the Australian Defence Forces, 17 of them were honoured by the Greek Community of Melbourne.


Cyprus is relevant to youth regardless of the article publiched in NKEE

President of NEPOMAK is concerned with the approach taken in the article ‘Cyprus issue: not relevant to youth’


Beauty Wrap: Part 1 Banishing wrinkles an age-old effort

Get wised up to what you need to do for a radiant and youthful complexion with tips from a cosmetic physician and an expert dermatologist.