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Four Greeks honoured in Queen’s list

In today’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List four Greek Australians have made the list. Two of them are awarded the Order of Australian Merit (OAM) and...

Latest school to be hit by swine flu

Melbourne Girls' College in Richmond today confirmed a Year 9 student has tested positive to swine flu yet the school remains open. The Victorian Department...

Looming the memory (A bittersweet story about home and place)

Thomas Papathanassiou is a theatre-maker with insatiable energy. Calling him an actor is insufficient when after one sees his one man show, Looming the Memory. Papathanassiou...

Pontian Genocide Recognition Sours Turkey Australian Relations

The Turkish ambassador to Australia said that relations between the two countries will be affected following the decision by the South Australia State Parliament...

Eleftheria Arvanitaki to tour Australia

One of the greatest moments of this years 27th Greek Festival in Sydney organized by the Greek Orthodox Community if New south Wales, will...

Rejuvenation project of Lonsdale Street

Neos Kosmos reports that words for the rejuvenation project of Lonsdale Street are expected to begin in June and to conclude by July 2010....

Nicolaides is finally free!

mXBc_B9_kQo Harry Nicolaides is free and back at his home in Melbourne after being jailed in Bangkok for three months charged with defamation of Thailand's...

Peter Andrikidis: One of Australia’s most experienced directors

"Underbelly" director Peter Andrikidis of Greek descent broke the rules and changed Australian television. Peter Andrikidis brought Australian drama back and swept the television categories of the Australian Film Institute Awards (AFI) 2008.

Oakleigh Greek Orthodox school under “Egg” Attack

Teachers and students of Oakleigh Greek Orthodox school in Southeast Melbourne were surprised to find their school in such a dirty condition after hundreds of eggs were splattered across the school.

In Jail for defaming the Royal family of Thailand

Harry Nicolaides, a Greek-Australian writer who has worked in Thailand as a university lecturer and freelance writer was arrested at Bangkok airport on 31 August 2008 and now is facing 15 years in jail