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George Diakomichalis keeps family traditions alive at Kalymnos Pastries in SA

Are you looking for somewhere to indulge in authentic Greek sweets and pastries? If so, then Kalymnos Pastries might just be the place.

Restaurateur Chris Lucas set to define a new dining destination for Melbourne

Australian restaurateur Chris Lucas announced he will bring his elegant style and sophisticated design to 435 Bourke Street, Melbourne.

Elfa Moraitakis joins Multicultural NSW Advisory Board

Multicultural NSW has welcomed two new voices to the Multicultural NSW Advisory Board and reappointed two current members.

King’s Birthday 2024 Honours List: Greek Australian achievements celebrated

At least seven Australians of Greek heritage have been recognised today in the King’s Birthday 2024 Honours List.

Greek Government Spokesman Pavlos Marinakis on European elections and the diaspora

Two days before the crucial European elections on June 9th, Greek Government Spokesperson Pavlos Marinakis spoke to The Greek Herald.

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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.   

Can Islamocentric Turkey find its European footing?

After twenty years of rule and having tasted for the first time the heavy defeat in the elections, the Turkish President resorted to neo-Ottomanism.

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