Logos Honors Greek Grand Guru Amanatides

The literary magazine Logos, published by the Hellenic Writers Association of Australia, produced a tribute to Kyriakos Amanatides, in recognition of his longstanding contribution...

Melbourne To Get Greek Cultural Center

A Greek Cultural Centre is going to be built in Melbourne, a building that will include activity rooms for the Greek Orthodox Community of...

“I Was Born Greek!” – Melina Mercouri

Andrew Horton, the Jeanne H. Smith Professor of Film and Video Studies of the University of Oklahoma, will be giving a presentation about...

Alexander the Great Exhibit Big Draw

The coming exhibit featuring Alexander the Great has drawn big interest with The Australian Museum in Sydney launching a special website, which beyond the...

Farantouri, Kotsiras Fete Greek-Australians

To go along with an exhibition entitled Through the Eyes of Children, depicting is part of Greek history of a post-war migration to help...

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)...

Critic, Professor, Kostas Kastanas, Dies

Kostas Kastanas, a well-known professor, literary critic and researcher of Greek-Australian Literature, has passed away at 81 years old. Born in Brisbane in 1931, Kastanas...

To the Farthest Place on Earth

Vasilis Vasilas' latest book, To the Farthest Place on Earth, is about Greeks living on the other side of the world. The author presents...