Brain-Computer Device Implanted in US Patient
The first brain-computer interface device was implanted in a patient in the US earlier in July by a doctor at the medical center, Mount Sinai West, in New York, in an investigatory trial of Synchron’s procedure to help patients...
Ancient Greeks, Aboriginal Australians Saw Same Constellations
Many of the constellations we know in the night sky were named according to the myths of the ancient Greeks. But similar stories are told by those from many other cultures on Earth, including those of Australia. By Duane W. Hamacher Look upon...
Jukebox Imported from Greece was Hiding $20 Million Worth of Cocaine
A jukebox imported to Australia from Greece was found to be hiding around 45kg (99 lbs) of cocaine, which was estimated to be worth around $22 million AUD. A total of three men have been arrested in the city of...
Greeks of Australia Celebrate as Sydney’s Suburb Renamed “Little Greece”
A large crowd of Greek Australians gathered at Sydney's suburb of Marrickville on Saturday to celebrate the official renaming of a precinct to “Little Greece”. The ceremony at the Alex Trevallion Plaza included the unveiling of the commissioned public artwork...
1,200 Millionaires Expected to Make Greece their Home This Year
Over 1,000 millionaires will become migrants to Greece and choose the country as their new permanent home this year. Greece cracked the top 10 of destinations that "millionaire movers" are expected to choose, according to a new report from Henley...
Greek-Australian Professor Pioneers New Way to Diagnose Dementia
Diagnosing dementia could be entirely overhauled in the near future using new research by Greek-Australian Professor Dennis Velakoulis.
Hector Vasyli: The Greek-Australian 11-Year-Old Hero
The patriotic spirit of 11-year-old Greek-Australian Hector Vasyli is still alive, and is honored even a century after his death.
Emblematic Ancient Greek Artefacts Travel To Australia
Emblematic ancient Greek artefacts from Greece's largest museum will be exhibited in Australia.
Australia Funds Remembrance Trail on the Greek Island of Lemnos
The Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, announced recently the funding of $4.9 million in the 2022-23 budget for the Lemnos Remembrance Trail to honor fallen heroes of the Gallipoli campaign. The Lemnos Remembrance Trail will honor the service of...
Severe Floods in Australia Leave At Least 13 People Dead
Severe floods in eastern Australia, the worst seen in the country in decades, have left at least 13 people dead since they began in late February. Rushing waters, which destroyed homes, businesses, and power lines across the country, forced tens...