Features

Features

Antipodean Palette 2019: Meet the artists

The Greek Australian Cultural League (GACL) kicked off its 9th Annual Antipodean Palette Art Event yesterday at Steps Gallery featuring both established and emerging artists in an exhibition that aims …

Features

Survivor’s tale of the German massacre

Kon Karamountzos, ABC Melbourne radio producer was researching the infamous Massacre of Kondomari when he met Vassilis Papadopoulos a survivor of another little known massacre in Rethymnon. Nearly 80 years …

Features

A Greek amongst those leading Australia’s space industry

Andy (Andreas) Koronios passion for airplanes and adventures began in childhood, and those who know him are not surprised that the 65-year-old Information Systems professor and Industry and Enterprise Dean …

Features

Walking off the beaten aisle: Kathi and Sam, a love story beyond ethnicity, religion and… food

In multicultural Australia, interracial weddings are commonplace. For certain communities – usually when the cultural and religious backgrounds are completely different – marrying outside family traditions and expectations can perplex …

Features

Interview: Christos Dantis says meeting with Greeks abroad is a ‘highlight’ of his tours

If ever a Greek musician/singer could be likened to legendary Prince, Christos Dantis is the closest you could get as far as versatility is concerned. With a back catalogue that …

Features

Μάνα είναι μόνο μία… An ode to all our beautiful mothers

The relationship between mother and daughter is a sacred one; adoring, complicated, challenging and everlasting. As mothers and daughters, we all connect with one another. So, what is it that …

Features

Poet and photographer Heidi Seraphim on her Instagram success and new book, combining her two favourite mediums

Heidi Seraphimidou, otherwise known as Heidi Seraphim, was born and bred in Thessaloniki, Greece, specifically in Ano Toumba. While her peers were colouring their days in black and white (the …

Features

Baby name wars: How to name your newborn the Greek way

Women around the world may scour baby name books, search the internet for various selections, or even rely on dreams and signs from the sky to give them an idea …

Features

25 things to do at Syntagma Square in Athens

The steps at Syntagma Square have been a traditional meeting point for people as all roads seem to lead here. You’ll find commuters rushing during peak hour traffic, children feeding …

Features

Anzac Day: Lemnos’ Role Remembered in Greece and Australia

Lemnos’ important role in Australia’s Anzac story was again part of the annual commemorations of the Gallipoli campaign held in Greece and Australia. The events on the Northern Aegean island …