Greek and gay – is it ok?
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.
A genuine multicultural boss
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.
Valour and obligation
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.
Why study Modern Greek?
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
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.
The Battle of Crete: A campaign ignored
That so little attention is paid to the Australian contribution to the campains in mainland Greece and Crete is a disservice to the many AUstrealians who took part in those camp
ERT’s sports hunt comes to Australia
An international documentary on Greeks and sport saw Greece’s national broadcaster, ERT, visit Melbourne and profile Greek Australian sporting legends.
Cretan Journeys: The road to Sfakia
Mike Sweet visits some of the sites in western Crete that mark historic Australian actions in the Battle of Crete.
A true democrat: Gage rails at quasi-Marxism
Nicholas Gage spares nobody as he talks with Mike Sweet about politics, political life in Greece and the hold of the Greek Left on the public imagination.
Mum’s the word for George Calombaris
George Calombaris marks Mothers Day by sharing why his mother is special.