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Greeks of Port Pirie on mission to document community’s history ahead of centenary anniversary

The Greeks of Port Pirie in South Australia are on mission to document the community’s history ahead of centenary anniversary.

Mary’s Pantry: Baking Greece’s Christmas culinary traditions in her Adelaide home kitchen

With Christmas and New Year’s fast approaching, Maria’s home kitchen in Adelaide works like a quirky timer. 

Greek stunt rider Marios Pol reflects on career with Australia’s Great Moscow Circus

Greek trial motorbike stunt rider Marios Pol reflects on career with Australia's Great Moscow Circus to The Greek Herald.

‘A modern policy for Greeks abroad is a strategic choice’: Secretary General for Greeks Abroad

John Chrysoulakis, spoke to TGH about his plans to further engage with Australia's Greek diaspora and the possibility to visit Australia.

Demi Markobotsaris: Meet the Year 12 student leader invited to SA’s Government House

It is not often that Year 12 students visit the Government House and get to have a chat with the Governor herself.

Greek Australian’s story on diversity features in latest edition of Seniors’ Stories

The story Evgenia Klitsas, is the only one from a Greek Australian author that features in the latest edition of Seniors' Stories in NSW.

Winds of change: ‘Leading our Community’ group seeks election to future-proof GOCSA

A group led by the treasurer of Greek Orthodox Community SA, Peter Gardiakos, gains momentum ahead of the board election on December 1st.

Floods and wildfires: Meet the Greek Australian helping communities recover from natural disasters

Disaster Relief Australia's, Anastasia Bougesis, says that assisting communities impacted by natural disasters gives her purpose.



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NSW Premier replies to 7-year-old boy’s letter who couldn’t celebrate birthday in lockdown

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has responded to a young boy’s letter who was not able to celebrate his birthday due to the lockdown.

Thanasi Kokkinakis’ father shares feelings ahead of Adelaide International quarterfinals

Ahead of his son's quarterfinal match at Adelaide International, Trevor Kokkinakis, talks about the tennis star's upbringing and heritage.

Begona Untold Stories: ‘I was not one of the brides. I enjoyed the journey’

Despina Sahinidis travelled alongside 900 brides on the old Spanish ship Begona.

Cooking his way through life: Meet The Real Greek Chef

Giannis or The Real Greek Chef not only has a place in our homes but also a place in our hearts for his authentic personality.

‘I have love for everyone’: Christina Giannakis turns 100 and shares her secret to a long life

A migrant from the Greek island of Kefallonia, Christina Giannakis, recently celebrated her 100th birthday with friends and family.


2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Two)

In our previous article we referred to the important year 2035, a milestone for the presence and evolution of Hellenism in Australia.

2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part One)

Thirty years ago, in research and publications, I argued that after 2035, the communities of Greeks in Australia will have completed their first cycle.

The Pharos Alliance: Greek belongs in Victoria

Melbourne is a city about which we have all heard innumerable politicians praise as a contemporary jewel of Greek culture.