News – 4 May, 2009
A motion calling for the recognition of the Armenian, Pontian and Assyrian genocides was passed unanimously by the South Australian Parliament.
A Greek candidate in the local government elections last year has challenged the results in a Port Phillip Council ward.
The twentieth anniversary of Alphington Grammar was marked with a dinner attended by over 300 people.
Life – 4 May, 2009
The annual Greek Festival in Brisbane is coming up.
A proposal for building the proposed multi-purpose hall for Alphington Grammar on an alternative sites will be discussed tonight by the GOCMV Board.
Helen Katselis shares her experience of running Mama Bella, a maternity fashion store for the beautiful mum, with her friend Enza Formoso.
The Kingston Heath Soccer Complex in Cheltenham will enjoy an upgrade with the assistance of $2.9 million grant from the Federal Government.
Despina Donato who loves fakes and feels that go-getter is the one word that best describes her is our Young Greek of the Week.
The swine flu outbreak has prompted a quick response by the Greek government with measures introduced at Greek airports.
A nationwide anti-smoking campaign promoting the new restrictions on smoking in public places was launched by the Greek Health Minister.