Maja Jovic


Vasili the gardener wins Melbourne Award for Sustainability

Vasili Kanidiadis, famous host of the Vasili’s Garden show, was presented with Melbourne Award for Contribution to Sustainability by an Individual.


Four-year-old George Dotas saved from burning house

A passing hero saved the life of the youngest Dotas family member, after their home and belongings were ravaged in a fire.


Greek Australians in the largest Victorian trade mission to China

Six Greek Australians are among the 600 delegates on the largest ever Victorian trade mission to China, from 17 to 21 September


Hidden stories of a Melbourne club boy

Greek Australian author Christian Clarke delves into another world in his first novel A Synthetic Illusion – a story about drugs, clubs and the sex industry


Steven Theochari’s ticket to Hollywood

Greek Australian Steven Theochari won the competition StarNow Music Immersive 2012, getting his very own ticket to Hollywood.


Cycling odyssey finishes in Kokoris’ birthplace

After 3 continents and more than 12 000 kilometres, the cycling odyssey for charity of Greek Australian Tom Kokoris finished in his village of Reichia.


Dole increase needed for Greek jobseekers

Jobseekers can’t cover transport costs, appropriate clothing and even internet connection on the benefits they receive – all things desperately needed to find a job.


Radiothon raises $74,258 for AGWS

The Australian Greek Welfare Society (AGWS) raised $74,258 at their annual radiothon, conducted with the help of 3XY radio station.


The modern Ithaca of Noris Ioannou

Exploring shifting self-identity from the perspective of the migrant.


Artist with no boundaries

Maja Jovic speaks with Greek Australian artist Stelarc who combines art and modern technology and the body in his own brand of sometimes shocking performance art.