Thunder struck by South’s late comeback

South Melbourne came back from a 2 goal deficit to forge a 2-2 draw with Dandenong Thunder on Saturday night.


19 year old, first swine flu case in Greece

The first case of swine flu in Greece was detected last week and the 19-year-old is in a stable condition in Sismanogleio Hospital in Athens.


Antiquities return prompts calls for marbles

Greece is stepping up pressure on the British Museum to return the Parthenon Marbles following the return of more than 200 antiquities to Greece last week.


Detention and warrant for former Siemens executives

The ongoing investigation into the Siemens bribery scandal in Greece has seen two former Siemens executives detained in jail and an international warrant arrest for the former CEO.


Students oppose closure of the Greek Department at UNSW

The proposed closure of the Modern Greek department prompted a strong and passionate response from Greek university students in Sydney in support of the program.



Hellenes of the SS Regina d’Italia

Sydney will enjoy the screening of an early Australian film about the voyage of an Italian ship carry 504 migrants from Europe to Australia.


New President for SAE Youth

The controversy sparked by an email by Emmanuel Lambou led to his resignation and the election of a new President for the SAE Youth in Victoria.


No elections. GOCMV EGM cancelled

The scheduled extra-ordinary general meeting has been called off by the GOCMV because of concerns about the legality of holding such a meeting to determine whether an early electio


Brumby praises book on Vietnam veterans

The release of a book on Greek Australian veterans who served in Vietnam was marked with a special ceremony addressed by the Victorian Premier, John Brumby.


Valour and obligation

The personal stories of Australian Greeks who fought in the Vietnam War comes to the fore with the recent release of the book Greek Australian in the Vietnam War.