News – 11 May, 2009
A survey reveals that Greek university students do not believe that a undergraduate degree is sufficient to enhance their life and employment prospects.
Scooters and motor cycles in Greece will be required to undergo a roadworthiness test every two years as of 2010.
A protest by Greek neo-Nazi group, Chryssi Avghi, against migrants squatting in an abandoned building led to a series of clashes in the streets of central Athens.
Dialogue – 11 May, 2009
Nick Economou makes the case that Kevin Rudd and the decisions made by the Federal Government will play a decisive role in the re-election of John Brumby in 2010.
Jeana Vithoulkas shares the contradictory feelings she felt as she watched her boy play AFL footy for the first time.
Life – 11 May, 2009
The new hit television series MasterChef Australia stars Greek Australian chef, George Calombaris.
George Houvardas went to the 2009 Logies with his fellow Packed to the Rafters cast members.
Sakis Rouvas put his best foot forward during rehearsals for the 2009 Eurovision finals.
John Vasilakakos talks about Patrick White, Costas Tachtsis, his life as a writer and of the reception of Greek writers from Australia in Greece.
Melissa Chrys responds to the findings of a survey on women and their body image by proclaiming that women should be celebrating their bodies and themselves.