Tsiolkas is a great mentor

A letter from a happy fan of Christos Tsiolkas.


The X-Factor, back again

Sakis Rouvas is rumoured to be involved in the second season of The X-Factor in Greece.


Anna Vissi back in the studio again

Anna Vissi is currently preparing a new edition of her hit album Apagorevmeno which will feature four new tracks.


Elia Kazan

Dean Kalimniou pays tribute to the controversial film director Elia Kazan and his career in Hollywood.


Lord Byron: A man of his time

FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS takes on the Lord Byron myth and points to the ironies of Byron’s mythical status in the Hellenic imagination.


Tusks from Grevena recognised by Guiness Book of Records

Fossil tusks held at the Milias Natural History Museum in northern Greece have been listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest ever found.


Greeklish popular with Greek primary and secondary students

The widespread use of Greeklish by young Greeks, which begins as early as elementary school, is adversely affecting their spelling skills and may ultimately pose a threat to the Gr


Ministry gets real tough on those who owe tax

In an effort to increase tax revenues, Greek tax officials have been told to seek out personal assets and launch criminal charges against those who don’t pay their taxes.


Young Greek of the Week

10 year old Kyrin Karagiannis, who loves souvlaki and feels that funny is the one word that best describes him best, is our Young Greek of the Week.


International training with local quality

Peter Jasonides shares his experience of running Institute of Tertiary and Higher Education Australia, a burgeoning private educational provider.