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A tweet by Greek Olympian Voula Papachristou brings the racial debate back onto the public platform.

Dialogue

Pausanias: Lonely planeteer

Dean Kalimniou looks at the insecurities of the Greek race, where it came from and where it’s going.

Features

Swedish ambassador says “return of the Parthenon Marbles to Athens is a question of moral principle”

Kirster Kumlin, retired ambassador and chair of the Swedish Parthenon Committee, was in Athens last April to speak at the International Conference for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures that …

Dialogue

Diatribe: An Antipodean Palette of identity

For a people that have been around for a considerable length of time, it is astounding that we still struggle to define ourselves. When coupled with an antipodean hypostasis that …

News

‘We have known for years what has occurred in the NT juvenile detention facilities’

Activist and suicide prevention specialist Gerry Georgatos believes that the Don Dale incident is proof of Australia’s systemic racism.

Sport

‘Signing for South Melbourne reminded me of being a kid’

Women’s football has been making giant strides off and on the field and Matildas and South Melbourne star, Lisa De Vanna has been at the centre of the sport’s rise in Australia.

News

Greek community celebrates its VCE high achievers

Oakleigh Grammar’s school dux, Eirini Souli completed her VCE all while adjusting to life in Australia from Greece and learning a new language.

Life

Between the mountain and the sea

On the Orthodox Feast of the Holy Cross, every September 14, the faithful from villages near Mount Kofinas climb its peak to observe an ancient rite. On the summit, three …

News

Athens v Melbourne: the liveability debate

Comparing the quality of life and the economy between Greece and Australia countries is a popular subject of discussion among Greeks, both those living in Greece and those who have …

Features

Honour, thrift and industry

The story of the Michelides brothers, who migrated to Australia from Kastellorizo in the 1900s, has been lovingly recorded by their grandchildren.