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Fifteen-Year-Old Greek Australian Wins Prestigious Greek Language Award

Greek Australian student Anastasia Rigopoulos, age fifteen, was recently given the European Union Delegation to Australia's "European Language Award" for her mastery of the...

Greek Australians Rank Among Country’s Wealthiest People

According to the annual "Rich List," recently released by Australian publication Financial Review, three Greek Australians are on the list of the country's 100...

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,...

Controversy Over Greek-style Club on Australia’s Bondi Beach

Australia's iconic Bondi Beach has made headlines for a proposed Greek-style beachside club, the first step into privatizing Sydney's beaches. Currently under review by...

Melbourne Seminar to Portray Misery of a Starving Greece Under Nazi Occupation

Violetta Hionidou, aProfessor of Modern European History at Newcastle University, will present an online lecture about Greece under the years of Nazi occupation on...

Victoria: One in Five Victims of Coronavirus is Greek

Out of the 549 coronavirus deaths in Australia, 462 are from Victoria. One in five of those victims is of Greek heritage. As the Australian...

Senator Paul Scarr Calls on Australia to Recognize Armenian Genocide

Federal Senator for Queensland Paul Scarr announced his support of the Joint Justice Initiative, calling for Australia to recognize the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek...