Hellenic Australian Chamber to Present 34th Annual Awards in Livestreamed Ceremony

The Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in Victoria, undaunted by the coronavirus pandemic, will hold its 34th annual HACCI Awards on Thursday,...

Plans to Close Greek Studies Program of La Trobe University Sparks Reactions

La Trobe University of Victoria, in Melbourne, announced recently that it is planning to discontinue its Modern Greek Studies program, sparking widespread negative reactions...

Greek-Australian Awarded Prestigious Schenberg Art Fellowship

Greek-Australian artist Tina Stefanou was awarded the Schenberg Art Fellowship from the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) on October 9 of this year....

Melbourne’s Oldest Greek Orthodox Church to Reopen Before Christmas

The renovated Holy Church of the Annunciation of Our Lady, or Evangelismos tis Theotokou, is preparing to open its doors to the faithful before...

New Head of Curation at the Helm of Melbourne’s Hellenic Museum

The Hellenic Museum in Melbourne, an integral institution in the preservation of Greek history and culture in the center of Australia's Greek diaspora community,...

Australia’s PM Scott Morrison: OXI Day a Beacon That Lit Our Way to Victory

The Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison on Wednesday described OXI Day as "a beacon that lit our way to victory," in a message...

Melbourne Opens Up Again After “Long Winter” of Coronvirus Lockdown

After what officials and residents called a "Long Winter" of coronavirus restrictions, and the reporting of zero new coronavirus cases in Victoria, Melbourne's many...

PM Mitsotakis Reconnects with Greek-Australians in Videoconference

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis held a video conference on Tuesday with the president of The Hellenic Initiative, Andrew N. Liveris, and the president of...