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From souvlaki to stories: Pipeworks Market transforms for Greek Festival

Sizzling souvlaki aromas mingled with the sounds of lively Greek music for the Greek Festival at Pipeworks Market in Thomastown, Victoria.

Small but committed attendance at Pharos’ Greek language workshop in Victoria

A seminar aimed at helping parents raise bilingual children became the Pharos Alliance’s latest call to action for Modern Greek in Victoria.

‘Not taking the bait’: Melbourne events for Cyprus reunification to promote peace

A group dedicated to Cypriot reunification held a meeting on Thursday, June 6, at the Cyprus Community of Melbourne and Victoria (CCMV).

Greek Community of Melbourne members discuss Constitutional reform proposals at meeting

On Sunday, June 2, just under 30 people gathered to discuss the Greek Community of Melbourne's planned Constitutional reforms.

In the footsteps of Digenis Akritas: Melbourne exhibition celebrates Hellenic unity

A new Melbourne exhibition fosters a deeper understanding of the shared history and culture of Greeks from Cyprus.

‘Into the Moonlit Village’ echoes of Battle of Crete and Minoan myth

The story behind ‘Into the Moonlit Village’ is as captivating as the work itself. We found out more to mark the Battle of Crete.

Generations of Pontians remember their roots at genocide commemoration in Melbourne

Melbourne's Pontian community commemorated the Greek Genocide on Sunday, May 19, as part of a series of events. Read more here.

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‘Into the Moonlit Village’ echoes of Battle of Crete and Minoan myth

The story behind ‘Into the Moonlit Village’ is as captivating as the work itself. We found out more to mark the Battle of Crete.

From souvlaki to stories: Pipeworks Market transforms for Greek Festival

Sizzling souvlaki aromas mingled with the sounds of lively Greek music for the Greek Festival at Pipeworks Market in Thomastown, Victoria.

‘Not taking the bait’: Melbourne events for Cyprus reunification to promote peace

A group dedicated to Cypriot reunification held a meeting on Thursday, June 6, at the Cyprus Community of Melbourne and Victoria (CCMV).

In the footsteps of Digenis Akritas: Melbourne exhibition celebrates Hellenic unity

A new Melbourne exhibition fosters a deeper understanding of the shared history and culture of Greeks from Cyprus.

Greek Community of Melbourne members discuss Constitutional reform proposals at meeting

On Sunday, June 2, just under 30 people gathered to discuss the Greek Community of Melbourne's planned Constitutional reforms.

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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.