Inventories of the ancient world

Cambridge scholar Micheal C. Scott looks into Greece’s ancient love for inventories and their meaning.


Victoria honours women

Voula Messimeri-Kianidis, executive director of the Australian Greek Welfare Society, discusses why it is important for women to be nominated for the 2011 Victorian Honour Roll of


The force in blue wants you to join up

Greek Australian police recruit Tiffany Delle-Vergini talks about her experience of being a Victorian police recruit.


AEK to get “up close” to Aussie fans

Melbourne’s Original 21 club are ready to head to Sydney as AEK FC announced some exciting fan activities and an official Government welcome.


Sydney-bound AEK announce 24-man squad

AEK announces a 24-man squad ahead of its departure to Australia.


Iron Lion roars

Longinides wins by KO


A bold song of lament

The use of a once oppressed Rebetika music & a forgotten history of the Greek Jews marks Salonika Bound as essential theatre


AEK ready for Aussie odyssey

Stavros Adamidis, President and CEO of AEK FC speaks to James Belias ahead of AEK’s trip to Sydney.


Journalist shot dead in Athens: “A cowardly, cold-blooded murder”

Greek journalist Sokratis Giolias, who was shot dead in cowardly predawn attack outside his home


It’s the person not the gender that matters

The focus on the prime minister’s gender, Jeana Vithoulkas argues, is irrelevant in comparison to beliefs and policies.