10 years of Krazy Kon

DJ Krazy Kon celebrates his Greece series of CD’s with Greece 2012, 10th Anniversary edition with an Australian tour.


800 million saved on wrongly paid pensions

Greece’s social security funds will save 750 to 800 million euros per year thanks to a clampdown on pensions and benefits that were wrongly paid or falsely claimed.


Greeks in Germany see varied reactions from hosts

Greeks who study, work or live in Germany are increasingly having to answer uncomfortable questions such as how much money their parents make back home and how Greece spent Europea


The accidental archaeologist: an informal perspective

Joanna Tsalikis will present a talk in SA as part of Festival Hellenika about her experiences volunteering in the archaeology department of the University of Sydney


More room for baby boom in the top end

NT people find a procreative way to keep warm in winter.



The Slap goes to Greece, while Tsiolkas works on a new success

Christos Tsiolkas talks to Neos Kosmos about the success of The Slap and his latest literary venture.


War through Hellenic eyes

Ex-warrant officer Peter Adamis shares with us his personal account of what it’s like to be a Greek Australian soldier fighting for your country and what the spirit of ANZAC means


The silence is deafening

In this week’s Three Sides to Every Story, J Spiropoulos looks at whether or not the Newcastle Jets will make the next A-League season.

Windows 8: is this the tablet to tackle iPad stranglehold?

Microsoft is reportedly aiming to push Apple’s worldwide iPad market share to under 50 per cent by mid 2013 with Windows 8 tablets


Bank of Beirut launches new corporate identity

Bank of Beirut launched a new corporate identity and logo recently, which includes an image overhaul in all of the bank’s 15 branches around Australia in Melbourne, Sydney and Adel