Greek Film Festival Features Tsiolkas’ Dead Europe

This year's Greek Film Festival in Australia will showcase more than 30 innovative productions from Greek or Greek-born directors from around the world. It...

Kanis to Speak at Chios Fires Fundraiser

Jennifer Kanis, a new Labor Party Member of Parliament from Melbourne, hasn't forgotten her family's roots on the island of Chios, where she's registered...

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...

Melbourne Greeks Mark 100th Year of Thessaloniki Liberation

Greek Australians have never forgotten their roots, their history or culture and those in Melbourne are organizing a public lecture to celebrate the centenary...

Monash University Offers Modern Greek Studies

Monash University aims to give a boost to Modern Greek studies abroad by offering  a variety of Greece-related courses for young students who want...

New Zealander’s Role in Battle of Crete to Be Filmed

A New Zealander soldier's life and action while fighting against the Nazis at the Battle of Crete will be filmed, based on Murray Elliott's...

Greek Food Companies Promote Products at Australian Exhibit

Greek and Cypriot companies are gearing up to display their products from Sept. 10-13 in Melbourne, where some 35 businesses from the two countries...

Greek Mythology Inspires Australian’s Epic Greek Novel

Paul M. Hansen from Canberra launched his debut novel, Macedon – Child of a God, some months ago drawing inspiration from the ancient Greek...