Swimming in the waters of history

Anna Cominos explores Pavlopetri, Laconia’s submerged town


Mark Bouris: Banking monopoly

Finance expert Mark Bouris gives his two cents on competition in banking.


The sky’s the limit for Helen

For Helen Georgas, the travel business is all about selling dreams.


Leaders take summer break

The distance between President Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu over the property issue appeared to remain last week following their last meeting befor


Greek PM ponders next moves

Papandreou and several of his ministers headed to the island of Paros to consider his PASOK’s list of candidates for the November local elections, which, sources say, is likely to


Recipe for success

Young entrepreneur Constantinos Pissiotis and chef Christoforos Peskias talk with Mike Sweet about the New York-style deli with a cosmopolitan twist they’ve opened in Kifissia.


Mature age students: NUGAS turns 40

The National Union of Greek Australian Students celebrates its 40th birthday in Syndey this weekend.


Athens retailers reeling

Fifteen percent of retail businesses in Athens have closed because of the debt crisis and ensuing recession, a study released by a leading trader association


The Coalition campaign is coming off the rails

Embracing John Howard has signalled Tony Abbott’s return to the past for help, says Dr Nick Economou


Sharp increase in teacher retirement

The number of Greek teachers applying to retire has tripled in the last year according to the Greek Deputy Minister for Education Evi Christofilopoulou.