Epiphany celebration in Port Melbourne

Thousands of Melbourne Greek community were at Port Melbourne to see William Toliopoulos retrieve the holy cross as part of the Epiphany celebrations.


GOCMV election in limbo

A resignation, a petition and a public statement has seen the tensions arising from the upcoming GOCMV elections crank up a gear.


Bailieu: Government’s clearways policy will have a “big impact” on traders

Bailieu has not confidence in the way Minister Tim Pallas forged ahead with clearways decision


Dancing and partying are not only for the young

We should be able to go out and dance regardless of age, just like our elders, argues Jeana Vilthoukas.


Priest’s grandson retrieves Cross at Rye

Hundreds of Greek-Australians have gathered at Rye Pier to watch 16 year-old Nicholas Petropoulos win the annual race to retrieve the Holy Cross.


Reds, Greens win but Ilisiakos triumph

League favourites Olympiakos and Panathinaikos enjoyed comfortable home wins last week to close the year at the top of the table, while Ilisiakos scored a precious victory at Kaval


Greek clubs active as transfer window opens

Olympiakos, Aris and Kavala have brought in strikers to join their squads while Panathinaikos have sent one of their strikers out on loan to Cyprus.


PM, president express hope for new year

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said that 2010 will be a “watershed” for Greece in his New Year’s address and expressed confidence that his government can revive the country


Samaras sets out political themes for 2010

Newly elected New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras has said that his party will inspire with its proposals whilst outlining his general themes for 2010 in his first address for th


Graduates happy to seek fortune abroad

Greek graduates are more likely to go overseas for work and to work longer hours when compared to most of their European peers, according to a survey.