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Queensland Library to Virtually Revive Early 20th Century Greek Cafes

With a series of workshops, exhibitions and events, the State Library of Queensland aims to revive the atmosphere of the old cafes, restaurants and...

Victoria Government Will Send 22 Students to Greece to Study Democracy

The government of Victoria in Australia recently announced that it will hold a competition for students who would like to travel to Greece for...

The Story Behind Queen Elizabeth’s Response to Philhellene’s Plea for Return of Parthenon Sculptures

In August 2019, an Australian campaigner wrote a letter to Buckingham Palace, asking for Queen Elizabeth's intervention so that the Parthenon Sculptures could one...

Meet the Greek-Australian Who Transforms Hospitalized Kids into Superheroes

Jason Sotiris, an Australian father of Greek descent, recently had a brainstorm in his quest to improve hospital life for children who are fighting...

Greek Australians: The History of One of Australia’s Most Vibrant Communities

According to the latest census from 2011, more than 422,000 people in Australia said that they have Greek, Greek Cypriot or Greek Vlach ancestry. This...

Greeks in Ballarat Honor George Treloar, the Savior of Pontian Greek Refugees

Greek Australians recently raised money to create a statue of George Treloar, the Australian man who helped thousands of Pontian Greeks when they were...

Scions of Greek Community Meet Immigration Minister to Discuss Issues of Interest

Bill Stergiadis and Costas Markos, who serve as the president and secretary of the Greek Community of Melbourne, recently had an official meeting with...

Melbourne’s Greek Film Festival Announces Opening Night Film

From award-winning Greek Director Tassos Boulmetis, the heart-warming docudrama "1968," chronicling the epic basketball game between A.E.K. Athens and the Chechoslovakian team Slavia, will open the...