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‘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...

‘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...

‘South Australia’s Greek community opened their arms to me’: Labor’s Olivia Savvas 

At the age of 25, Newland Labor MP Olivia Savvas, is the youngest member of South Australia’s state parliament.  However, with her recent maiden speech,...

Dimitris Skartsilakis: ‘The war prowess of Australians and New Zealanders is awe-inspiring’

By Panagiotis Dalatariof Historical researcher from Rethymno, Dimitris Skartsilakis, talks to The Greek Herald about the Battle of Crete, whose importance and the crimes committed...

‘Men were taken to be shot’: 91-year-old John Spyrakis recalls life under German rule in Crete

John Spyrakis was only 12 years old when German paratroopers invaded the Greek island of Crete on May 20, 1941, but he remembers the...

Kytherian Association of Australia President Emmanuel Alfieris: ‘We do all this for our youth’

In May 1922, sixty Kytherian expatriates met in an Oxford Street café in Sydney to establish the Kytherian Association of Australia (KAA). One of...

Greek Cypriot sound composer Chrysoulla Markoulli set to showcase talent in new Sydney play

Greek Cypriot sound composer, Chrysoulla Markoulli, will be sharing her musical talents on the stage as she collaborates with director, Adam Bock, on his...

Minister Koutsantonis announces $2.1m investment to boost Greek language in SA

The creation of a permanent memorial at the Greek Orthodox Community and Parish of St. George Thebarton and the boost of the Foundation for...

Kytherian Youth Association President Michael Preneas: ‘I look forward to our future’

Michael Preneas was only recently elected the President of the Kytherian Youth Association (KYA), but he’s hit the ground running. The Greek Herald sat down...

Regional Victoria student Jamie Day defied the odds to be selected for Melbourne Museum exhibition

When the lockdowns began again in 2021, Victorians were faced with the longest lockdown in the country. The everchanging rules were something that rural Greek...
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