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Keep it Greek this International Lego Classicism Day

Each year we celebrate International Lego Classicism Day and this year we look to the many people who have kept history alive through LEGO.  This...

Adelaide High Students join seniors to learn Greek and keep immigration stories alive

When Year 9 Adelaide High students and their teacher arrive for their annual catch up with members of the Greek Union of Aged Pensioners...

Australian Hellenic Medical Charity raise over $30,000 to support Aglaia Kyriakou Children’s Hospital

The generosity of the South Australian community is once again on display after more than $30,000 was raised to support the purchase of medical...

TGH Exclusive: Greek company ‘TED3D’ completes distribution of over 5000 3D printed face shields

The COVID-19 outbreak found humanity almost completely unprepared. And while some countries have dealt with the overwhelming risk effectively, it has become clear that...

Deputy Minister for Immigration meeting with Melbourne community leaders to discuss temporary visas

The President of the Hellenic Community of Melbourne, Mr. Vassilis Papastergiadis, is scheduled to meet with the Deputy Minister for Immigration in Australia, Mr...

Costa Georgiadis asks kids stuck in isolation to snap photos of ‘What’s In Your Backyard’

Greek-Australian landscape architect and host of ABC's Gardening Australia, Costa Georgiadis, has launched the 'What's In Your Backyard?' campaign to encourage the next generation...

Australian MP John Alexander joins Armenian-Assyrian-Greek ‘Joint Justice Initiative’

Member of Parliament and Chair of the Australian House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities, John Alexander, has signed an Affirmation of...

The White Pearl Foundation honours women dedicated to brain cancer treatment

The White Pearl Foundation celebrated International Women’s Day this year by hosting its second annual “Breakfast for Brain Cancer” event at Le Montage, Lilyfield....

Sydney mother, Maria Kaloudis, fights to add eczema treatment to Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme

Sydney mother Maria Kaloudis strengthened her commitment to lobbying the federal government to add eczema treatment to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), The Leader...

“Woman Who Changed Her Brain” impressed with Oakleigh Grammar’s ‘Arrowsmith Program’ for students with learning disabilities

Barbara 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...
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