1821: the significance of the Greek revolution
Professor Vrasidas Karalis explores the political and historical significance of the 1821 revolution and its relevance to our contemporary times.
A candid chat between friends
Jeana Vithoulkas speaks to friend and fellow author, Christos Tsiolkas, about his sexuality, politics and sense of Greekness.
A couch potato goes to the Clipsal 500
Watching the Clipsal 500 on television with Fiv Antoniou along with his cat and rabbit.
Panos Couros: A designer of life’s soundtrack
Greek Australian sound artist and composer, Panos Couros, talks about his art and his practice.
Noris Ioannou leads a colourful nexus
A profile of Nexus, the South Australian multicultural arts organisation which is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
On being Greek
Niki Sperou explores the identity politics at play for Australian Greeks as they move between Australia and in Greece.
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.
At the forefront of early warning systems
Kon Papafotiou, is in the forefront of developing technology that would provide early warning systems in case of catastrophic events such as the recent bushfires.
The endgame for Olympic Airlines
The final fate of Olympic Airlines and the political, business and financial factors which will impact on its future are explored by a leading business analyst.