Cotsis was growing up, she had the upbringing many migrant children are
familiar with; translating bills for their parents, helping them with
directions and writing letters on their behalf. It wasn’t until much later...
Arrowsmith-Young, also known as “the woman who changed her brain”, is the
founder of the ‘Arrowsmith Program’, which is being integrated into schools to
assist children with learning difficulties.
Oakleigh Grammar, in...
The Greek Herald, one of the first Greek Australian newspapers, and currently the largest national daily Greek newspaper in Australia, signified its transition into the new era, with a relaunch party last Thursday...
The Cyprus Community of South Australia hosted its 5th annual cultural festival last weekend, February 8th and 9th, at their community centre.
Cypriot traditions were carried down through the generations,...
Day 2020, January 26, Ms Violet Roumeliotis received the highest honour an
Australian citizen can be awarded – the Order of Australia Medal (OAM).
Roumeliotis is no stranger to honorary...
Macquarie University Greek Association (MUGA) was formed by an enthusiastic
group of young Greek individuals, in 1984. Vasilis Georgiou led the MUGA
initiative, which then established the Macquarie University Greek Studies
Foundation. The foundation began as...