Foreign Minister reassures Greek lobby

The Australian Foreign Affair minister Mr. Stephen Smith has reassured the Greek Australian community that the government’s position concerning the naming of FYROM remains...

Greek-Australian’s book to become ABC series

Greek-Australian author Christos Tsiolkas' award-winning novel, “The Slap”, is to be turned into an eight-part series for ABC television. Production on the drama is...

Hatzigiannis gives his all

Greek pop sensation Michalis Hatzigiannis rocked Melbourne on Friday and Saturday night with his shows at the Palace Theatre on Bourke Street. Hatzigiannis put...

Adelaide Glendi a roaring success

The Greek Glendi Festival in Adelaide was held for the first time in October, after three decades of being held in March to commemorate...

Uncle and nephew tragically drown on bay

Two Greek fishermen tragically drowned on Friday night whilst fishing in Port Phillip Bay near Frankston. The bodies of 41 year old Paul Katelas and...

With an eye on Australia, Papandreou seeks talents of ‘the other Greece’

ALL his life, George Papandreou, the son and grandson of Greek prime ministers, thought of himself as being part of a world that was...

Kokkinos Receives Best Screenplay Award

A Greek Australian director, Anna Konkkinos, has just returned from Spain's San Sebastian Film Festival, where her new film, "Blessed", won  the prize for...

Employers discriminate against international students

We may be a multicultural society but the ability to assimilate into the Australian way of living remains an integral quality that employers are...