FECCA support Federal Government legislation on refugee human rights
The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia has supported Federal Government legislation to abolish the refugee detention debts and to better protect refugees at fu
Evia: from fire to floods in three weeks
Evia was struck by heavy local rain which resulted in flooding which claimed the life of one man over the weekend.
Tsipras: SYRIZA remains united
The Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) remains united Coalition of the Left, Movements and Ecology (SYN) party leader Alexis Tsipras stressed last week after the coalition
Election air time decided
Arrangements for the political parties to have access to run their campaign advertising on radio and television was determined by a all-parties committee convened by the Greek Inte
Two televised election debates in run up to October polls
The major Greek parties have agreed to hold two televised debates in the run up to the Greek elections.
Cyprus talks: slow progress and good will
The resumption of talks between the Greek President of Cyprus Dimitris Christofias and Turkish leader Mehment Ali Talat saw both sides discuss ways of moving the discussions forwar
Put Greece back on the diplomatic map
Nicolas Mottas critiques the consensus that exists between the two major political parties in Greece on regional foreign policy
Absence and silence
Jeana Vithoulkas tells how a visit to a photographic exhibition with an old friend changed their view of each other.
Papandreou: ‘It’s time to roll up our sleeves and all work together’
In his address to the Thessaloniki International Fair George Papandreou has pledged to take immediate measures to bring the country out of economic crisis.
PAO lead Greek Super League after three rounds
A victory over Panthrakikos has seen Panathinaikos lead the Greek Super League.