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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...

Grand Opening of the New Castellorizian Association of NSW Building

The Castellorizian Association of New South Wales (NSW) inaugurated a new cultural center building in Sydney, Australia on Saturday. 

Greek-Australian Politician Sworn In To New South Wales Parliament

Peter Poulos, a Greek-Australian Liberal Party politician, was sworn into office at the New South Wales (NSW) Parliament last Thursday. 

Two Greek-Australians in the Race for the Barton Seat in NSW

Liberal MPs Nickolas Varvaris and George Vellis, will be attempting to claim the Barton seat in New South Wales in the next federal election. Vellis announced his intention to participate in the election with the Labor party a few...

Hundreds Come Out for the Closing Night of the Greek Film Festival

The Delphi Bank 22nd Greek Film Festival ended on a high with the sold out screening of Zorba the Greek. More than 350 people attended the Closing Night event at Palace Cinemas Norton Street and helped celebrate the end...

Greek-Australian George Poulos Passes Away at 92

Greek-Australian George Poulos passed away last Tuesday. He was found the next day by his son, Nik Poulos, in his milk bar "The Rio." Poulos started his own business after he arrived in Sydney. His milk bar on Smith Street...

Greek Diaspora of Sydney Offers Unique Artwork to NSW State Parliament

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary since Anzac forces arrived on the island of Lemnos, Greece, on March 4, 1915, the Greek Diaspora of Sydney offered a unique artwork by Nikolas Foteinos to the New South Wales State Parliament, in the...

The First ‘Free’ Greek Woman in Australia

The Australian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) organized a special event at Tempe House in New South Wales in order to commemorate two important anniversaries in Australian history. The main speaker, Greek historian Panagiotis Diamandis, noted that 180 years have passed...

Greek-Australians Honored on Australia Day

Eight Greek-Australians were included in the hundreds of people who received the Medal of the Order of Australia on the occasion of Australia Day. The Medal of the Order of Australia is the state’s highest distinction for citizens who have offered...

Greek MPs Resign from Australian Politics

It was not so long ago that the MP of the National Party of New South Wales, Greek Australian George Souris, was a prominent leader in Barry O'Farrell's coalition government. Between 2011 and 2014, Souris served as minister of Tourism, Major Events,...