Old Melbourne Gaol in the Peloponnese

According to Neos Kosmos, Canberra’s premier chamber ensemble, The Griffyn Ensemble will be transporting Old Melbourne Gaol to the Peloponnese in Greece with famous...

Greek Orthodox Blessing of the Waters in Australia

  Despite the bad weather at Frankston, south of Melbourne, many people attended the annual Greek Orthodox ceremony of the blessing of the waters. According to...

Kotsiras Offers Multicultural Plan for Victoria

Australian Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship Nicholas Kotsiras has encouraged multicultural communities to contribute to a plan to create harmony between the many...

Cypriot Wine Festival In Melbourne

For the 19th consecutive year, the Cyprus Community of Melbourne held a wine festival, this time on March 2-3 at the Cretan Brotherhood, along with...

Ancient Greek Sculpture in Bendigo

The discus thrower, or Discobolus, is one of the most famous ancient Greek statues. Its photograph has been included in hundreds of books and...

Greek Brides of Arranged Marriages in Australia

The book of Dr Panayota Nazou, "“Greek ‘Proxy Brides’ in Australia: From Life Experience to Artistic Expression” (1950-1975)" is expected to shed some light...

Modern Greek in Australian Schools Curriculum

A Federal Member for Calwell, Maria Vamvakinou and for Hindmarsh, Steve Georganas welcomed the decision of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority’s (ACARA)...

‘Socrates Now’ in Australia and New Zealand

The most famous trial in history revived through the timeless work of Plato, "The Apology of Socrates" will be exhibited in Australia. After its huge...