Parliament Condemns Disclaimer of Armenian and Greek Genocide

The Turkish embassy in Australia used the space of the federal parliament in Canberra, in order to adopt a firm position that there was...

Alexander the Great Poisoned: New Theory

Toxicologist Dr. Leo Schep of the National Poisons Center at Otago University in New Zealand believes he has unraveled the 2000-year-old mystery of how...

Australian Honors WWII Vets of Greek Battles

An Academic Symposium to honor Australian World War II veterans, including those of Greek origin and others who fought the Battle of Crete and...

Memorial Service in Memory of the First Greek Settler in South Australia

A memorial service in memory of the first Greek settler who set foot in South Australia was organized on Sunday, March 11, by the...

Aussie Parliament Notes Pontian Genocide

Joining the Senate of Australia's biggest state, New South Wales, the Parliament has recognized the Genocide of Pontian Greeks, Assyrians and Armenians. The motion was...

Photo Exhibition for the Presence of Greek Women in Australia

The Estia Hellenic Women's Cultural Association celebrates 35 years since its founding, with a photo exhibition of rare documents entitled “Greek Women in Australia...

Greeks Filled Aussie Migrant Detention

About 35,000 Greeks lived agonizing moments in the Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre, during the 50's and the 60's. Bonegilla, about 300 kilometers from...

NSW Parliament Recognizes Greek Genocide

The Parliament of New South Wales unanimously passed a motion recognizing the Assyrian, Greek and Armenian genocide on May 1, after the request of...