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Artist with no boundaries

Maja Jovic speaks with Greek Australian artist Stelarc who combines art and modern technology and the body in his own brand of sometimes shocking performance art.


Diatribe: Ego, Favorinus

“Look,” Jani, my grandmother’s Albanian neighbour’s son, interrupted me. I was in the process of waxing lyrical about his father’s hometown of Fieri, near the ancient Greek city of Apollonia …


Greece: Was it suicide or murder?

Pundits from the left, from the right and from the centre cannot stop reporting about Greece’s misery. And rightly so because the vast majority of her people live in deep …


Sisters Gia and Maria Soupos on their journey through activism and animal liberation

Our parents originate from the Greek island of Lesvos and migrated to Australia in the 1960s. We are from a working class background, our mother was a seamstress and our …


Rethymno: the heart of Crete

No other city in Crete has the culture and flair of Rethymno. Michael Sweet explores the jewel in the Cretan crown and its magical province.


Michael Zavros: The art chose me

The talented artist is set to showcase his first exhibition in three years in his home state of Queensland.


Our governments are not serious about suicide prevention

World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) is held every year on 10 September.


Hellenic Romania: from Greek colonies to Dracula

Important colonies that emerged included Callatis, Tomis, Histria, Axiopolis, Dionysopoulis, Halmarys.


Are we losing our traditions?

Penni Pappas investigates how second and now third generation Greek Australians are clinging to traditions of culture and faith.


Accessing the promised land

A new wave of Greek migrants desperate to come to Australia to upskill, improve their English and find a job, are being halted by the complex migration process, experts say