A Greek amongst the Chinese media

A passion for truth led Greek Australian Tina Sofos to present the world news for a Chinese broadcaster

Breeze to your ears

With its small size and reasonable price, the Breeze is sure to win the hearts of many digital radio listeners wanting a portable solution that runs on both batteries and mains pow


What’s in a name? Drones and gorgons

Joanne Lock looks at how Greek mythological figures have filtered there way into modern technology and warfare.


Wishful thinking Brooke

Brooke Shields revealed on a UK chat show that she thought she was going to lose her virginity to George Michael.


New car sales on the decrease

New car sales have plunged by 2.9 per cent in December 2011 when compared with November 2011 according to the latest ABS figures.



Spanish goals give PAO the lead

Panathinaikos predictably stretched its lead at the top of the Super League to five points on Wednesday by dismissing visiting Levadiakos 3-0, while bottom club Doxa Dramas scored


Europe expresses doubt for Greece recovery

European leaders have expressed their concern and are skeptical that Greece can recover from the crisis.


Unions and employers reject govt wage cuts

Employers and labor unions found some common ground during the first day of wage talks neither side is willing to agree to Papademos’s suggestion that private sector workers’ salar


Australia seeks overseas bartenders

The Federal Government is looking at importing more people from overseas to pour beers and serve parmas.


Rent hike for elderly

The elderly have to endure a $10 rent hike in public housing in Victoria.