Kouzina at the Show
Theo Kostoglou will be cooking up a storm at the Melbourne Royal Show.
Greek sides mauled in Europa debuts
AEK and Panathinaikos got off to horrible starts on Matchday One of the Europa League, as both sides were comprehensively defeated by their respective opponents.
Reds leave it late to win
Olympiakos earnt a last minute victory against Dutch champions AZ Alkmaar at home while Cypriot side APOEL eked out a scoreless draw against Atletico Madrid in Spain in the group s
No answers for Spanish strength
The Greek run in the 2009 European Basketball Championships came to an end with its loss to Spain in the semi-finals.
Come from behind victory sees Panathinaikos head Greek Super League
Round four of the Greek Super League saw Panathinaikos, Olympiakos, Xanthi, Asteras Tripoli, Iraklis and Kavala emerge as winners.
Brimbank City Council sacked
The sacking of the Brimbank City Council by the Brumby government has drawn strong reactions from the sacked Brimbank councillors.
AHC – SAE stoush continues
The co-ordinator of the Council of Greeks Abroad – Oceania (SAE) has responded to comments by the President of Australian Hellenic Council, Nikos Lalopoulos.
Students protest closing of Greek studies at UNSW
Students at the University of New South Wales protested against the University decision to close the Modern Greek department.
Scrinis makes move on rival company
Con Scrinis and Con Liosatos are fighting for control of the lucrative traffic signs market in Australia.
Rape case against Theophanous officially dropped
The Victorian Director of Public Prosecutions has decided not to purue the rape charge against Victorian MP, Theo Theophanous.