Greeks shut out Romania in Kalamata heat

The Greek mens and womens volleyball team played in their respective European leagues with mixed success.


Finn leads Acropolis Rally

The Acropolis Rally has challenged all competitors in hot and trying conditions


Cyprus talks bring opening of Liminitis crossing closer

Establishing a crossing at Liminitis to allow movement to and from the northern Turkish occupied areas of Cyprus were the major topic of discussion at the latest meeting betwee


Army service to be shortened to nine months

The Karamanlis government is proposing a reduction in the mandatory length of military service in the army to nine months.


Greeks appointed to Refugee Tribunals

Two Greek Australians were appointed as members to the Migration Review Tribunal and the Refugee Review Tribunal.


Greek day schools dodge swine flu

The Greek days schools in Melbourne are actively working with parents and children to ensure that they remain free of swine flu.


$2.85 million for Greek day schools

Two Greek day schools will receive a substantial boost in their infrastructure as a result of the Rudd Government handouts to primary schools.


Labor’s Brimbank quagmire deepens

A parliamentary outburst by Theo Theophanous against a former electorate officer has added fuel to the Brimbank scandal.


Wild Fox brings an organic touch to local wines

Chris Despotakis shares his experience of running Wild Fox, an organic wine producer in South Australia.


A memorable journey

Thomas Papathanassiou’s award winning, Looming the memory recently on at Melbourne’s LaMama, is reviewed by Ross Karavis.