Football Federation moves into a new era

Football in Australia is facing a complete overhaul, with the resignation of Stephen Lowy and the changes by the Congress Review Working Group mandating that a new chairman and new …

Kalamaki: Bringing Athenian vibes to Windsor

From Athens to Warragul and now Windsor, we speak with Dino Koutsotheodoros, one half of the father-son duo behind the newly opened Kalamaki
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Yo-Chi and Jimmy Grants meet in Bondi Junction

George Calombaris is taking on a new challenge, two to be precise – this time in New South Wales. The Greek Cypriot Masterchef judge has decided to venture into the …

Halloumi Festival: The Cypriot feast everyone in Melbourne will be talking about

Everything from traditional Cypriot food and Halloumi tasting to making before your eyes
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The great Greek tuckshop blockade

“That stupid kid,” my friend raged as his son cowered in the corner, protecting his carefully coiffed hairstyle from his father’s verbal onslaught. “A detention again! Can you believe it? …


Helen of Hume

Helen Patsikatheodorou was the recipient of the 2018 Robert Kumar Community Award for her outstanding contribution to the Hume Community, by Banksia Gardens Community Services at their AGM last week. …


The Greens side with the GCM on the Bulleen development debate

The Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria found yet another ally in the face of Kathleen Maltzahn. The Victorian Greens candidate for Richmond issued a statement praising the Greek community …


“We are a hard working government that delivers”

Philip Dalidakis the current Labor upper house member representing the Southern Metropolitan Region, first ‘punched the clock’ at Spring Street in 2014. In little more than a year after his …


Socceroos prepare for Cahill farewell

The Socceroos are getting ready for their two final games of the year, as they face Korea Republic at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane tomorrow. On Tuesday, they will host …


Turkey once again brings up war as an option to ‘resolve’ Aegean Sea border issue

Yet another warning against Greece has come from Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu who said that if the dispute with Greece over the Aegean Sea is not resolved soon, “there …


Antigone reimagined, through music and dance

To say that Antigone is one of the most enduring characters of fiction, her perennial relevance confirmed throughout the centuries, would be both an understatement and a pleonasm. After all, …


Prehistoric Mastodon tusk uncovered in Greece

This week saw a massive 2-metre tusk found in Greece said to belong to a prehistoric Mastodon. The tusk, which is in surprisingly good condition, was discovered during landslide operations by …


Ex-Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias accuses Tsipras of undermining Gov’t policy

Greece’s foreign minister Nikos Kotzias, stepped down from his role last month following a heated cabinet session regarding the name deal with neighbouring Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. On Wednesday, …


Athens named European Capital of Innovation for 2018

The European Commission awarded Athens the title of the European Capital of Innovation 2018, in recognition of the city’s use of innovation to overcome the recent economic and social crisis. …