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Two Greek Australian filmmakers navigate their heritage through new film ‘Concrete’

Greek Australian filmmakers, Ari Kwasner-Castri and Renee Kypriotis, created a bond and working relationship years ago over their shared love of art and film. As...

Spiro Stavis becomes permanent CEO of St Basil’s NSW/ACT

St Basil’s NSW/ACT has announced the permanent appointment of Spiro Stavis as their Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Stavis has worked for the organisation for...

Aboard the Ellinis in the 1960s: A traveller’s tale

By Kathy Karageorgiou Most migration stories in the 1960s from Greece to Australia and sometimes back again, echo with sadness and nostalgia for what is...

Two Greek Australians among finalists for South Australia’s science and innovation awards 

Professor Maria Makrides from the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and artist Niki Sperou from the Centre for Marine Bioproducts Development (CMBD) at...

Lachlan Ilias to honour his late pappou by playing for Greece in Rugby League World Cup

South Sydney Rabbitohs halfback, Lachlan Ilias, wants to honour his late pappou when he plays for Greece's national men's team in the Rugby League...

Jacinda Patty brings one-woman show to the Sydney Fringe Festival

After five star reviews at the Adelaide Fringe Festival with her show Safety Banana, Jacinda Patty is bringing her hit new show Tinder Cindy...

Professor James Arvanitakis becomes new Director of Forrest Research Foundation

Professor James Arvanitakis has been appointed the new Director of the Forrest Research Foundation in Western Australia (WA), according to a media release. The foundation...

‘Food is our love language’: Chef Anna Polyviou on her influential Greek Cypriot heritage

Anna Polyviou. She's the award-winning chef everyone remembers by her distinctive pink mohawk, quirky urban style and contagious fun attitude. But how did she get...

Eleni Papavasileiou’s journey to becoming a Senior Curator at the Jewish Museum of Australia

“I think that once you find something that is yours and you care for it, it doesn’t feel like a chore. Follow that path...

Greek, Turkish and Lebanese musicians join forces to bring the Songs of Anatolia to Sydney

Greek, Turkish and Lebanese musicians are joining forces on Friday, August 12 for the much-anticipated Songs of Anatolia concert at the Sydney Opera House. The...

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