Migrant Arvanitakis Australia’s Top Lecturer

Migrant James Arvanitakis has been proclaimed lecturer of the year in Australia. The award given to him was accompanied by a $50,000 cash prize,...

Vaktsalis’ Candidacy Pushes Greek Education

The  former Minister of the Northern Territory Government of Australia, Kostas Vaktsalis, has decided to run for TEI of Patras as a member of...

Mikakos Sees Help for Greek Migrants

The Shadow Ministers for Seniors and Aging, Assisting the Leader on Children and Young Adults,and Youth Justice and a Member of the Legislative Council...

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)...

St. Euphemia College Gets $323,000 Grant

The Australian government is providing $323,000 dollars to St Euphemia Greek Orthodox College in Bankstown, New South Wales of Australia for safety upgrades under...

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...

Babiniotis’ Linguistics Talks in Australia

Professor of Linguistics and former rector of the University of Athens George Babiniotis, will be visiting Australia from November 16 to 28 as a...

Bloomfield Awards Students to Mark Battle of Crete

Australia's Ambassador to Greece, Jenny Bloomfield - herself a Greek-Australian - hosted an event at the Australian Residence for the presentation of annual awards...