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Greek Festival of Sydney Receives $75,000 Grant

Australian Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams and Mark Coure, M.P. representing Oatley, announced that a grant of $75,000 will be awarded for the 2019 Greek Festival...

Mandarin Edges Out Greek as Second Language in Sydney

Sydney's diverse cultural melting pot is constantly evolving. And, according to an anthology titled Multilingual Sydney, Greek is no longer ranked as one of...

South Australia to Celebrate All Things Greek

Photos: Delphi Bank Semaphore Greek Festival, 2018. Facebook images South Australia will once again celebrate all things Greek at Semaphore Beach in Adelaide. The 40th...

How to Spot Real Feta Cheese in Australia

Greek Ambassador to Australia Katerina Xagorari and Greek Trade Commissioner Katia Gkikiza participated in an event aimed to promote Greek food in Sydney on Saturday. The...

This Australian Beach Club Feels like Mykonos

(Photos from Facebook) The Moseley Beach Club on Glenelg beach in Adelaide brings to mind the posh beach clubs of Mykonos, where the party starts...

Australian Interest in Greek Investment Growing, Says Ambassador

Australia's interest in Greek investment is growing all the time, stated Australia's Ambassador to Greece Kate Logan at a meeting on Thursday with Deputy Prime...

Greek Professor in Australia Discovers New Area in Brain

The internationally renowned neuroscientist Professor George Paxinos, a researcher at Neuroscience Research Australia-NeuRA, has discovered a new, previously unknown area in the human brain. The...

Australian Tourists Are the Biggest Spenders in Greece

Australian tourists visiting Greece are the biggest spenders per capita among all nationalities, according to a new study by INSETE, the research institute of...

Pillars of Greek-Australian Community Honored at HACCI Awards

The Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) celebrated the best and brightest of the Hellenic-Australian community at its annual Gala Ball, on...
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Greek-Australian Scientist’s Amazing Discovery: Spider Venom Kills Cancer Cells

Spiders belonging to the Darling Downs funnel-web species can be found throughout eastern Australia, and two out of fourteen recorded people who have been...

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