Georgia’s silver lining
Catherine Kladakis reviews Red Carpet Burns – a memoir of one woman’s experience with love, heartbreak and life in Hollywood.
50 kgs in 12 weeks: Jordan’s weight loss journey
A dying uncle’s wishes made Jordan Tirekidis get his life, and weight, back on track.
LALA Land from the front line
Sydney born journalist Georgia Cassimatis entered Hollywood and found all that glitters is not gold.
Calombaris new challenge
George Calombaris opened the doors of The Press Club for the launch of a fundraiser for cerebal palsy education.
Vasili to work his magic in school garden
Local community television gardner Vasili will be working with children from Brunswick East Primary School to develop their school garden.
Opening doors through sports
James Demetriou creates opportunities for newly arrived refugee youth to better themselves
The force in blue wants you to join up
Greek Australian police recruit Tiffany Delle-Vergini talks about her experience of being a Victorian police recruit.
Elderly couple lose their ‘Castle’
Seventy-two-year-old Hariklia Vorgiatzidis and her sick husband Nikos are heartbroken that their Footscray home will be bulldozed to make way for the Victorian Government’s $4.3 bi
Greek families stay strong
Professor Demetrios Georgas presented a public lecture in which he presented the findings of his research into the Greek family in Greece and abroad.
Premier honours Greek students
Five Greek Australian students in Victoria were honoured with a Premier’s VCE Award