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...

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...

Australians Drink Espresso’s Thanks to Greeks!

Apparently, the espresso coffee was introduced and established in Australia thanks to the Greeks! In 1954, they brought Australia the first coffeemakers for espresso,...

ANZAC Day is Equally Important to Greeks and Australians (video)

ANZAC Day commemorates the date the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed at Gallipoli, Turkey on April 25, 1915, marking the first time the...

Iconic Greek-Australian Cafe Facing Closure

Over a century of Greek-Australian history in New South Wales is coming to an end with the forced move of Katoomba's opulent Paragon Cafe,...

Greek Independence Day Parade in Melbourne

On Sunday, March 29, Greek-Australians gathered in Melbourne for the official celebration of the Greek Independence Day. Thousands of Greek students, mostly third generation Greek-Australians,...

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...

New Zealand Represented at 75th Anniversary Battle of Crete

New Zealand Governor-General, Sir Jerry Mateparae will be in attendance at the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Crete representing New Zealand in commemorating...