Tortured, mutilated dolphins and seals wash up dead in the north Aegean

A seal and tree spinner-dolphins were washed up on the shores of Greek islands in the last few days. The ‘Archipelagos’ Institute of Marine Conservation reported on Thursday, that the …

Ancient Greek history held captive: What’s next for the Parthenon Sculptures?

The British Museum needs to decide whether it wants to progress with the times or "remain a colonial museum"
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Greek summer festivals go on despite global pandemic

Greece’s Culture Minister Lina Mendoni announced 251 events and performances which will take place in 111 archaeological sites and museums around Greece, separate to those of the Herod Atticus Theatre …



Meeting of eight heads of state from countries which handled COVID-19 crisis with success

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison took part in the third video conference of the leaders of countries that addressed the first wave of the …


What is COVID-19 when Brisbane needs its 41st annual paniyiri

It would have taken more than exceptional cold and  COVID-19 to stop a good paniyiri and thanks to technology the organisers of the 41st Brisbane Panayiri Greek Festival found that …


Pontian observance of crimes against Australia’s ‘Stolen Generations’ bring to mind their own struggles

The Federation of Pontian Associations of Australia observed National Sorry Day – 26 May – remembering and acknowledging the mistreatment of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people forcibly removed …


Katia Pyliotis, convicted of murder, wins appeal to have conviction quashed after being denied fair trial

Convicted killer Katia Pyliotis, jailed for 19 years last year for the murder of widower Elia Abdelmessih, won an appeal to have her conviction quashed on Wednesday. Victoria’s Court of …


Pavlou fights legal battles on two fronts as uni career in jeopardy

Drew Pavlou may well be on the way to becoming the “world’s most famous undergraduate” for his outspoken criticism of the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) treatment of its Uyghur …


The coronavirus has not stopped these restaurateurs

From 1 June restaurants, cafes, bars and other restaurants will be able to receive and serve up to 20 people at a time. This will go ahead under specific conditions …


Greek Community supports National Reconciliation Week 2020

This Wednesday marks the beginning National Reconciliation Week for 2020. This year’s theme is ‘In this Together’, which allows us as to assess what role we can play, as Greek …


Senator Dodson signs on to initiative to recognise WWI genocides

On Monday prominent Aboriginal leader Senator Pat Dodson became the latest high profile signatory of an Affirmation of Support to back the Joint Justice Initiative for national recognition of the …


Victorian Government backing multicultural media outlets with grants

Up to $500,000 is up for grabs for multicultural media outlets in Victoria for new equipment and technology. The Victorian Government is putting the money forward to enable outlets to …


A year on… Courtney Herron’s mother demands justice for her ‘little girl’

A year ago, on 26 May 2019, Courtney Herron’s body was found lifeless in Royal Park, Melbourne, after a “horrendous bashing”. Maxie Antoniou, her mother, told The Age that it …