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Tsitsipas Loses to Medvedev in Straight Sets

Stefanos Tsitsipas looked tired and lost the seminal of the Australian Open to fourth seed Daniil Medvedev in straight sets 4-6, 2-6, 5-7.

Greek Food and Tsitsipas Inspire Osaka to Reach Australian Open Final

Greek food has apparently inspired Naomi Osaka to reach the Australian Open final on Thursday, beating Serena Williams 6-3, 6-4 in the semifinal.

Tsitsipas Wins Epic Battle Against Nadal at Australian Open

Stefanos Tsitsipas won a heroic battle against Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.

Sydney’s Greek Suburb to be Renamed “Little Greece”

Marrickville has long been the center of Australia's thriving Greek community. Now, an area of the Sydney suburb will officially be called "Little Greece." Honoring the district's distinct culture and history, including the rich stories of generations of Greek immigrants,...

Tsitsipas Fends Off Kokkinakis in All-Greek Australian Open Battle

Stefanos Tsitsipas fended off Greek-Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis 6-7(5) 6-4 6-1 6-7(5) 6-4 and reached the third round of the Australian Open on Thursday. The fifth seed battled hard in a four-hour 32-minute epic against the 267th-ranked Kokkinakis. Fans were on the...

Archdiocese of Australia Plans Massive Revitalization Project

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia has proposed a large-scale plan to revive its position in the local community. The comprehensive framework includes creating a library and museum, renovating significant liturgical and administrative buildings, and investing in Greek language education. The...

Australian Nursing Home Mogul Skips Country, Flees to Greece

Australian nursing home mogul Peter Arvanitis and his wife, Areti, slipped out of the country almost unnoticed and landed in Greece.

Greek and Turkish Musicians Perform “Songs Without Borders” at Sydney Opera House

The beautiful and evocative music of Asia Minor took the audience at the Sydney Opera House on an historic, emotional journey in two performances recently, showcasing the melodies and rhythms of its rich, ancient cultures. The band members say that...

Melbourne’s La Trobe University Reinstates Greek Language Program

After receiving word that the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) will donate funds and help in increasing student enrollment, La Trobe University reversed its recent decision to cease offering the Greek language in its curriculum. The language will be taught...

Hellenic Museum To Offer Virtual Course on Ancient Greece in January

The Hellenic Museum, Melbourne's iconic hub of Greek culture and history, both ancient and modern, will be hosting a fascinating course called "City, town and country in ancient Greece" in January via Zoom. The educational program will allow learners to...