Greek and gay – is it ok?

Two Greek Australians who are also gay share their experience of ‘coming out’ and share sage advice about supporting a family member who comes out.


From Tirnavos to Australia fine Greek products

Archie Tsoukras shares his experience of running Tinarvos Imports, one of Australia’s largest importers of Greek alcoholic beverages.


Cannon crash to draw against Thunder

Oakleigh Cannons let a two goal lead slip in the 2-2 draw in their away match with Dandenong Thunder.


Second child porn arrest at school

A leading Melbourne private school has suspended a Greek Australian teacher following his arrest on child pornography charges.


AMAC’s General Meeting branded a “success”

The Australian Macedonian Advisory Committee announced exciting plans for its future expansion at its annual general meeting.



Xenophon opposes petrol station mergers

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon has opposed the proposed merger between Caltex and Mobil on the grounds that motorists will end up paying higher prices.


NUGAS wrangling over future direction

A leaked internal report accuses the entire national committee of the National Union of Greek Australian Students as being dysfunctional and ineffective.


Greeks Australians make 200 BRW rich list

Six Greek Australians from across Australia made the 2009 BRW Rich List.


Stavros Flatly: where the hasapiko meets riverdance

A father and son duo made the finals of Britain’s Got Talent with their distinctive brand of dance.


Erdogan stirs ethnic debate

The statement by Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that the Turkish treatment of ethnic minorities were the result of a ‘fascist mentality’ has stirred both internal an