Features – 15 Jun, 2009
Discover how an Australian Prime Minister at the inauguration of a new church in Dandenong had a life changing effect on Theo Giantsos.
Features – 8 Jun, 2009
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 life long commitment to Modern Greek and the development of literary practice saw an ‘unsung hero’ of the Greek community in Melbourne being honoured at a public function.
Features – 5 Jun, 2009
Regardless of a acceptance of gay and lesbian rights in Europe, Greece still lags behind Western Europe and the Gay Pride march in Athens is an important step towards greater recog
Features – 3 Jun, 2009
Michael Cassapidis otherwise known as Lobsang Yeshe, is a Greek Australian who has seen Buddha’s way.
Features – 2 Jun, 2009
Chris Fotinopoulos explores the importance of the Socratic method to his philosophical approach to life and his ability to question, examine, evaluate and decide.
Features – 1 Jun, 2009
Two Greek Australians who are also gay share their experience of ‘coming out’ and share sage advice about supporting a family member who comes out.
Features – 25 May, 2009
A Greek-Australian with over 30 years involvement at the cutting edge of the arts and cultural diversity shares what has made him a tireless champion of multiculturalism.
The personal stories of Australian Greeks who fought in the Vietnam War comes to the fore with the recent release of the book Greek Australian in the Vietnam War.
A broader and multidisciplinary approach to Modern Greek studies is necessary if Modern Greek wants to be relevant to Greek Australian students, according to the leading academic i