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Magdalena Simonis AM: A journey of service to medicine and women’s health

Through the years, Greek Australian Magdalena Simonis AM has contributed to medicine and to women’s health in so many ways that it is hard...

Christine Christian breaks barriers as first female president of the State Library of Victoria

With more than 37 years of experience in financial, investment, government, digital media and many other fields in Australia and overseas, the career of...

Paroula: The Sydney icon teaching Greek dance for close to 60 years

Year after year, student after student, Paroula Thurban has built a legacy over the past 59 years as one of Sydney’s most well-known Greek...

Tsindos: The legendary Greek tavern of Lonsdale Street in Melbourne

When I first saw Tsindos tavern on Lonsdale Street in Melbourne, Victoria, it was a summer night with live Greek music calling me from...

Greek contingent join Melbourne rally in support of Indigenous Voice to Parliament

A group of Greek Australians gathered on Sunday morning in front of the Victorian Trades Hall in Carlton, Melbourne to publicly express their support...

How Jim’s Greek Tavern in Melbourne gives people a taste of Greek village hospitality

In the Collingwood neighbourhood of Melbourne, Victoria, next to the second-hand shops and the hipster corners, there is a special Greek tavern that everyone...

Nicholas Maikousis shares his generational family connection to South Melbourne FC

“I can’t remember not having South Melbourne FC in my life,” Nicholas Maikousis, the President of the historic football club in Victoria, tells The...

Sydney’s Laconian diaspora unite to help Spartan robotics team compete in championship

A group of high school students from Sparta, Laconia, are set to represent Greece at the Asia Pacific Open Championship 2023 for the FIRST...

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The Greek family story behind one of the oldest fruit shops in Melbourne

In the Melbourne suburb of Ripponlea, there is one strip where shops look exactly the same as when buildings were first built back in...

Tsindos: The legendary Greek tavern of Lonsdale Street in Melbourne

When I first saw Tsindos tavern on Lonsdale Street in Melbourne, Victoria, it was a summer night with live Greek music calling me from...

‘A home away from home’: Family story behind Melbourne’s iconic Stalactites restaurant

“It was created as a home away from home,” Nicole Papasavas tells The Greek Herald about the iconic Stalactites Greek restaurant in Lonsdale Street,...

‘The heart of Hellenism’: A walk through Melbourne’s Greek community in Oakleigh

It is early Thursday morning at Eaton Mall in Oakleigh, Victoria and you can already hear Greeks talking loudly. “Kalimera,” they say to each...

How Jim’s Greek Tavern in Melbourne gives people a taste of Greek village hospitality

In the Collingwood neighbourhood of Melbourne, Victoria, next to the second-hand shops and the hipster corners, there is a special Greek tavern that everyone...

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Simon Kennedy sends message to Greek community ahead of Cook by-election

Next Saturday, April 13, the by-election in the federal seat of Cook takes place following the resignation of former Prime Minister of Australia, Scott...

The dream, the utopia and the Greeks abroad built the independence of Greece

By Anastasios M. Tamis* There are many readings and interpretations, and myriad questions arise about the Greek Revolution, a phenomenon that gave birth to the...

Professor Anastasios Tamis: ‘Abolish university entrance exams in Australia’

By Anastasios M. Tamis* I have always been in favour of abolishing university entrance examinations. This institutional examination process in the form of HSC, VCE...