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Greek Australian artist creates biodegradable plastic from seaweed

In 2019, we used more plastic than in all the years since 2000. On average, we each use 53 kilograms of plastic a year...

Principal at Lucas Gardens School, Jenny Zagas: ‘We put the person before their disability’

From a very young age, Jenny Zagas, was passionate about helping people. She tells The Greek Herald how she always used to translate for...

Theodora Ahilas OAM: Bringing justice to families suffering from asbestos-related diseases

In 2021, Theodora Ahilas was honoured with an Order of Australia medal. A token of appreciation for what she has accomplished in the field...

Associate Law Professor and LGBTIQ+ member, Lisa Sarmas, on social justice and inclusivity

“I think the real barrier for people entering areas like law is less on the basis of sexuality and gender and probably more on...

Irini Kassas’ journey growing Newcastle into one of Australia’s greatest cities

Irini Kassas’ Australian odyssey is a modern replication of the journey made by Greeks during the post-WWII migration, demonstrating kindness as she devotes her...

Esther Anatolitis: “A range of government decisions have deprioritised our culture”

One of Australia’s leading advocates for the arts, culture and the creative industries, Esther Anatolitis is well known for her drive for change while...

Maria Skyllas-Kazacos: One of Australia’s first female professors in chemical engineering

A quick Google search on Emeritus Professor Maria Skyllas-Kazacos from the University of New South Wales’ School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, uncovers what...

Eleni Glouftsis on kicking through boundaries to become the AFL’s first female field umpire

Being the best at her job is the only thing that field umpire Eleni Glouftsis wants in her career, as the Greek Australian continues...

Detective Senior Constable, Angela Vergopoulos: “I continue to challenge myself and gender bias”

Photo: Angela Vergopoulos, Detective Senior Constable, Criminal Investigation, Burwood Police Area Command (PAC) / Supplied

Christina Bacchiella: Making her mark on Indigenous education and the creative industry

Christina Bacchiella describes herself as a third generation Greek-Italian Australian “who is helplessly in love with Greek music, art, language and humour.” This love...
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