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Roderick Beaton wins Runciman Award for biography on modern Greece

It is Beaton's record-breaking fourth time winning the award, one for each consecutive decade since the 1990s.

Microsoft’s Myladie Stoumbou to guest Greek Australian Dialogue Series event

Myladie Stoumbou will speak about women in STEM careers, the Greek economy, the future of work, and post-pandemic trends.

Marios Koutsakos awarded Victoria Fellowship to improve flu and COVID-19 vaccines

The University of Melbourne researcher will travel to the US to study human immune responses to flu and COVID-19 vaccines.

Oakleigh Grammar Year 12 students score top ATARs

Year 12 student Steven Kostopoulos has graduated as dux of Oakleigh Grammar in Melbourne with an ATAR of 96.1 and VCE scores above 40.

Developer Jim Raptis buys $16m Gold Coast property amid ATO asset freeze

The ATO say Raptis, members of his family, and other entities allegedly linked to him, owe them almost $110 million in taxes and penalties.

Greek Australian councillors vote in move to change ‘racist’ Moreland council name

Councillors Angelica Panopoulos and Lambros Tapinos voted successfully to rename Moreland Council, while Helen Pavlidis-Mihalakos voted against the motion.

Chanel Contos receives Young People’s Medal at Human Rights Awards

Chanel Contos was awarded the young people’s medal by the Australian Human Rights Commission for her advocacy of sexual consent.

Milwaukee names bus route after Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo

Route 34 has been named ‘Giannis Line’, to coincide with Antetokounmpo’s jersey number, in honour of his "historic contributions" to the county.



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‘Stalactites’ restaurant owners sell Toorak house for close to $10m

Nicole Papasavas and Lazaros Papasavas sold the house on June 11 for a million more than the listed price.

Halimah Kyrgios, Nick Kyrgios’ sister, to compete on ‘The Voice’

Halimah Kyrgios, Nick Kyrgios' sister, will make her reality television debut on competition singing show 'The Voice' next month.

Greek cafe owners launch Tasmania’s first locally-made ouzo

Ritsa and Perry Nicholas have teamed up with Michael Stevens and Peter Hayes to create Tasmania’s very first locally-made ouzo.  The couple make the distinct...

On This Day in 1453: The Fall of Constantinople

The 29th of May, 1453, marks the end to one of the longest-lasting Medieval powers and the beginning of centuries of Greek oppression.

What led AFL footballer Josh Rachele to call the Adelaide Crows home

The Greek-Italian-Australian midfielder says he has found a second family in the Adelaide Crows after being selected in the AFL Draft.


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

In his previous article professor A.Tamis, referred to the consequences that will follow the year 2035 for the Australian diaspora.

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.