News – 23 Mar, 2009
The Antipodes Festival on Lonsdale Street was overwhelming success with thousands of Melbournians attending the weekend Festival.
The secrets of a ‘super bug’ which kills hospital patients worldwide has been unlocked by an Australian Greek scientist.
Souvlakihut sales have gone through the roof since introducing its ‘kids eat free’ promotion.
Year Seven students from South Oakleigh College are helping preps from Clarina Primary School learn Greek.
The Mayor of Monash, Paul Klissaris, and three Melbourne Storm players honoured the student leaders at South Oakleigh Secondary Primary School.
Name Andrew Kariofyllidis Your greatest achievement(s)? Releasing an album nationally and internationally. How did you get to where you are now? With great difficulty! A combination of making stupid mistakes, …
Features – 23 Mar, 2009
Professor Vrasidas Karalis explores the political and historical significance of the 1821 revolution and its relevance to our contemporary times.
Jeana Vithoulkas speaks to friend and fellow author, Christos Tsiolkas, about his sexuality, politics and sense of Greekness.
The Hellenic Foundation for Culture launched Athenian Democracy, its first major exhibition of antiquities at the Hellenic Museum.
Watching the Clipsal 500 on television with Fiv Antoniou along with his cat and rabbit.