Founder of Leading Greek-Australian Newspaper Neos Kosmos Dies

Dimitri, or "Takis" Gogos, the founder of Neos Kosmos, the largest Greek-Australian newspaper in the country, died on Monday at the age of 88. Born...

Greek-Australians Mourn the Death of Former PM Bob Hawke

The death of former Australian Prime Minister and Labor Party leader Bob Hawke on Thursday was especially poignant just before the country's national elections,...

Greek Film Festival Asks Students to Take Inspiration from Their Heritage

The Greek Student Film Festival of Australia returns for the seventh time in October this year, asking this time for participants to take their...

Music of Mikis Theodorakis Coming to Australia

The music of Mikis Theodorakis, the greatest composer in Greek history, is coming to Melbourne and Sydney in two events which will celebrate his...

Makarios Named New Archbishop of Australia

The Holy Synod in Constantinople have unanimously voted for Bishop Makarios of Christoupolis to be named as the new Archbishop of Australia. Makarios was born...

Strong Greek Presence in This Year’s Australian Federal Elections

The Greek Australian community has strong representation in this year's Federal Elections in Australia. The Greek community, always politically active and interested in Australia's future, is...

Lucky Australian Documents Easy Life Living Next to a Greek Yiayia (video)

  A Melbourne resident is enjoying an easy domestic life, as he has been constantly fed for years by a Greek yiayia (Greek for "grandma")...

Diaspora Scholars Invited to Apply for Fellowships in Greek Universities

Foreign-based Greek scholars are invited to apply for the Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program (GDFP) run by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) in collaboration with...