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...

Genocide Education Website Launched at ANC Australia Banquet

During the annual banquet of the Armenian National Committee on November 25, the Armenian Genocide Education website was launched, which will assist Australian history...

New Exhibition on Greek Migrants Launched at Bonegilla Migrant Experience

Greek-Australian Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship, Nicholas Kotsiras, referred to Bonegilla Migrant Experience as the “birthplace of multiculturalism” in Australia, when he launched...

The Unknown Story of a Greek Spy

Olga Staboli was born in Egypt, immigrated to Australia, worked her way into theatre business, performed in Athens just before World War II broke...

Anastasios Tami’s Book on Greeks in the Far East

Unknown information about the lives and activities of Greeks who settled in Far East countries at the end of the 19th century are being...

Exhibition for Greeks of the Bonegilla Migrants Center

The Greek Australian Minister of Multicultural Affairs of Victoria Nikos Kotsiras announced that funds will be given for the creation of a permanent...

Byzantine Mosaic at the Australian War Museum in Canberra

According to Sydney's Sun-Herald last Sunday, a Byzantine mosaic dating from the reign of Emperor Justinian,,  was removed from the ruins of a church near Gaza by Australian soldiers in 1917. There is a...

Greek History and Culture Seminars Organised in Melbourne

The Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria and the Greek Program of La Trobe University are offering a program of Greek History and...