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Macquarie University hold first exams in two years for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek Language.

After two years of cancellation due to COVID-19 pandemic, the exams for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek language were successfully completed at Macquarie...

The late Jenny Souris’ legacy lives on as family launch philanthropic foundation in her honour

The late Jenny Souris will always be remembered as an exceptional and hard-working woman who was a true humanitarian. When she wasn’t helping her...

Greek Australian writers to present new books at upcoming festival

The 40th Greek Festival of Sydney is hosting the Greek Australian Writers Festival to showcase the recently-published books by Greek-Australian writers on June 12th,...

‘You don’t look Greek’ and my DNA test story

by Kathy Karageorgiou Growing up in Australia, I always knew I was 'other' than the mainstream Aussie tribe. For a start, I was a...

10 Australians of Greek heritage named on the Financial Review’s Rich List 2022

The Australian Financial Review has released its Rich List for 2022 and among the names are at least 10 Australians of Greek heritage. Who...

‘A blow through corridors of power’: Elena Carapetis on her adaptation of Antigone

A Greek play written a few millennia ago can still be spectacularly relevant today. Playwright Elena Carapetis brings the first heroine of western drama raging...

‘It is an honour’: Theodoros Tsantalidis one of 2,400 new Australian citizens in Parramatta

Theodoros Tsantalidis was among 2,400 people to be conferred as a new Australian citizen in a series of Citizenship Ceremonies held by the City...

Greek Community of Melbourne to host family weekend at Melbourne Museum

In celebration of the National Archaeological Museum of Greece’s Open Horizons exhibition at Melbourne Museum, the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) is organising a...

‘My Rembetika Blues’: Mary Zournazi takes people on journey of self discovery in new film

By Ilias Karagiannis. We are who we are not because of the people we have met but because of those we have left behind. When...

‘I was lucky’: How Nick Andrianakos went from petrol-pumping to Australian billionaire

Melbourne entrepreneur, Nick Andrianakos, has opened up recently to The Australian Financial Review about his life story and how patience, a passion for property...
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