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The late Jenny Souris’ legacy lives on as family launch philanthropic foundation in her honour

The late Jenny Souris will always be remembered as an exceptional and hard-working woman who was a true humanitarian. When she wasn’t helping her family out at M&J Chickens, she was spending her time supporting...

This Is Personal review – Mary Coustas keeps her promise with her one-woman show

Walking into the Sydney Opera House Playhouse Theatre on Thursday night for the world premiere of Mary Coustas' one-woman comedy show, This Is Personal, was a surreal experience. For years, I have pictured Coustas as her...

Stefanos Tsitsipas outlasts Kolar to reach the French Open third round

Stefanos Tsitsipas has survived another day at the French Open after defeating Czech player, Zdenek Kolar, 6-3, 7-6(10-8), 6-7(3-7), 7-6(9-7) on Thursday. It was a hard fought match for Tsitsipas who came back from 2-6 down...

‘It is an honour’: Theodoros Tsantalidis one of 2,400 new Australian citizens in Parramatta

Theodoros Tsantalidis was among 2,400 people to be conferred as a new Australian citizen in a series of Citizenship Ceremonies held by the City of Parramatta in Western Sydney earlier this month. In an interview...

‘Dedication second to none’: Lee Tarlamis MP recognises AGAPI Care in Victorian Parliament

Lee Tarlamis MP acknowledged and thanked AGAPI Care Inc in Victorian Parliament on Wednesday for the critical role it plays in providing support to people with a disability in Victoria. AGAPI Care is a not-for-profit organisation...

Federal Election 2022: The candidates of Greek heritage who claim victory

The Federal election results on Saturday, May 21 saw a change of leadership in Australia with the Labor Party under Prime Minister Anthony Albanese coming to power. Albanese was sworn in this morning at Government House...

Anthony Albanese sworn in as Australia’s 31st Prime Minister

Anthony Albanese has been sworn in as the 31st Prime Minister of Australia at Government House in Canberra this morning. During the ceremony, Mr Albanese also announced his top posts in an interim ministry. They are: -...

Greek culture and food on proud display at Burwood’s multicultural Fuse Fest

This year's Fuse Fest at Burwood Park in Sydney on May 14 definitely didn't disappoint as multicultural communities came together to celebrate their diversity and connectedness. Fuse Fest was made possible with the help of Youth...

‘Men were taken to be shot’: 91-year-old John Spyrakis recalls life under German rule in Crete

John Spyrakis was only 12 years old when German paratroopers invaded the Greek island of Crete on May 20, 1941, but he remembers the moment vividly. “News started to travel around my village of Alikianos that...

Sydney’s Greek community gather to remember victims of the Greek Pontian genocide

The 353,000 Pontian Greeks who lost their lives during the Greek genocide committed by the Ottoman Turks between 1914 and 1922 were remembered on Thursday night with a special event at Marana Hall in Hurstville,...

Chrysanthi Diasinos’ work about the Pontic Greek dialect shortlisted in the Calibre Essay Prize

Chrysanthi Diasinos has been shortlisted in the Calibre Essay Prize for her creative work titled 'Οι παρχαρομάνες και το χρυσόραμμαν.' The news was made public on Greek Pontian Genocide Remembrance Day by the University of New...

The ‘forgotten Anzacs’ of the Battle of Crete and the Greek Campaign

While the term ‘Anzac’ has come to be defined by the Gallipoli campaign in 1915, history tells us that a second Anzac Corps was also formed a generation later to serve in the Battle of...

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Macquarie University hold first exams in two years for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek Language.

After two years of cancellation due to COVID-19 pandemic, the exams for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek language were successfully completed at Macquarie...

The late Jenny Souris’ legacy lives on as family launch philanthropic foundation in her honour

The late Jenny Souris will always be remembered as an exceptional and hard-working woman who was a true humanitarian. When she wasn’t helping her...

This Is Personal review – Mary Coustas keeps her promise with her one-woman show

Walking into the Sydney Opera House Playhouse Theatre on Thursday night for the world premiere of Mary Coustas' one-woman comedy show, This Is Personal,...

Greek Australian writers to present new books at upcoming festival

The 40th Greek Festival of Sydney is hosting the Greek Australian Writers Festival to showcase the recently-published books by Greek-Australian writers on June 12th,...

The Turkish bargaining and the historical truth

By Professor Anastasios M. Tamis* Following Russia's unnecessary, unprovoked, and deadly invasion of Ukraine, Sweden and Norway felt the need to call for their countries...