Dina Gerolymou


Young actress takes a journey with Pericles

25 year old Sydney actress Andrea Demitiriades reveals herself as a confident and effortlessly charming individual.


Cyprus: Of guilt and responsibility

Dina Gerolymou makes the case that acknowledging responsibility and learning about the past are important principles which need to be followed if the Cypriot community is to come t


‘Justice for Cyprus’ the call

The Greek Cypriot community in Melbourne rallied over the weekend in support of justice for Cyprus.


They’ve taken the Parthenon Marbles. Return them back to Greece.

The public debate about the ownership of cultural artefacts was given new momentum as a result of a panel discussion about the return of the Parthenon Marbles.


AMAC annual dinner a success

The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council organised a successful fundraising dinner on Friday night with Professor Vrasidas Karalis the keynote speaker.


Harry’s strategic path to successful action

A proud Pontian who has served in the Australian Army and works as a training manager speaks about what was involved in advocating for the recognition of the Pontian Genocide by th


A journey to a simpler Buddhist life

A practising Buddhist who has survived multiples sclerosis, a gambling addiction and a history of violence talks about his journey and what his faith means to him.


A new history of migrant workers

A book celebrating migrants workers and ethnic communities was launched at Trade Hall last week.


Gifts from Aphrodite’s isle at the Cypriot Food and Wine Festival

The annual Cypriot Food and Wine Festival will provide a showcase of the modern and the traditional food, music and dance from the island of Aphrodite.