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Artefacts found in Lord Elgin’s sunken ship off the coast of Kythera

The Greek Ministry of Culture recently conducted their latest underwater investigation of the ‘Mentor’, one of the ships used by Elgin to transport the...

‘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...

GCM announces inaugural summer cultural camp in Northern Greece for young Greek Australians

The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), in cooperation with the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs (GMFA) through the General Secretary of Public Diplomacy and...

Robert De Niro begins filming new movie ‘Tin Soldier’ in Thessaloniki

Filming has begun in the Greek city of Thessaloniki for the new action film, Tin Soldier, starring Robert De Niro, Jamie Foxx and Scott...

UTS Hellenic holds talk for the 100 year anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe

The Greek students of our community have put their stamp in this year’s events for the commemoration of the 100 years since the Asia...

On This Day: Actress, poet and activist, Maya Angelou, dies

On this day in 2014, Actress, Poet and Activist, Maya Angelou passed away. Maya Angelou was a world-famous author and was best known for...

Papaflessas dinner dance to launch Jim Claven’s ‘Grecian Adventure’

Melbourne’s Papaflessas Pammessinian Brotherhood will hold its 63rd annual dinner dance in honour of the 201st Greek independence and the freedom of Kalamata at...

George Miller’s new film receives six-minute standing ovation at Cannes festival

George Miller has electrified the Cannes Film Festival this year with Three Thousand Years of Longing - his first directorial effort since Mad Max:...

‘We will not forget’: NSW and SA communities mark anniversary of Greek Pontian genocide

By Andriana Simos and Argyro Vourdoumpa. Greek communities across New South Wales and South Australia commemorated the Greek Pontian genocide and its 353,000 victims over...
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