Advertisement

Dialogue

Dialogue

The beautiful Greek house where nobody lives anymore

The last time I saw Mr Aleco* he was so clean that not even a mosquito would sit on him. That’s what the Greeks say. “Είναι τόσο καθαρός, που ούτε …

Dialogue

Flying fish of Baloukli, and life’s painful lessons stored in my shed

It was a sunny summer August morning at the prestigious Greek Baloukli hospital of Istanbul, a historic facility established in 1753 that still reflects the pride of the few remaining …

Dialogue

Keeping Greece’s region specific traditions alive in the diaspora

As the first Greek immigrants arrived on the shores of Australia, they carried with them more than just a suitcase with some clothes. A collection of regional traditions were brought …

News

Plutarch writings point to ancient Greek travels to America, says new paper

The Vikings may have reached America in the Dark Ages but a re-examination of a dialogue written by Greek historian Plutarch suggests that the Ancient Greeks may have beaten them …

Dialogue

How Gladys Berejiklian became the Queen of Hearts

The past fortnight certainly did not send Gladys Berejiklian off in a blaze of glory. Her shock resignation had all the makings of a Greek tragedy with Berejklian falling under …

Twenty years of Diatribe

It seems like only yesterday that fresh out of university and having written the NUGAS column for three years, I was afforded the unique privilege by then editor Nick Psaltopoulos …

Dialogue

Anthony Albanese outlines Labor’s alternative plan for Australia

Former Labor prime minister Paul Keating once said that when our government changes, our nation changes. It’s true. Governments manage day-to-day events, but they also shape our nation’s future and …

Fairfield Theatre, part of our multicultural heritage

It is close to forty years since the first Epidavros Festival took place by the banks of the Yarra River in Fairfield. The festival helped give birth to the flowering …

Dialogue

Steve Dimopoulos says there’s a reason why a lot is being asked of Victorians

Since the global coronavirus pandemic landed in our state nearly 19 months ago, we have asked a lot of Victorians. We’ve needed people to stay at home, to avoid meeting …

Dialogue

Theo Theophanous’ message for the 61st anniversary of Independence for the Republic of Cyprus

On 1 October, Cypriots around the world, along with their Greek brothers and sisters, celebrated with great joy and pride the 61st anniversary of the proclamation of our Cyprus, as …

Advertisement