Argos, Greece, the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world

Argos: The World's Oldest Continuously Inhabited City

Argos, Greece, is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, and the oldest in Europe.  Located in the northeastern Peloponnese region, Argos has a rich history that spans over three millennia, making it a fascinating destination for travellers who are looking to explore ancient Greece and its heritage.

Dog friendly: Pets allowed into more than 120 archaeological sites in Greece

Dog-Friendly: Pets Now Allowed Into Archaeological Sites in Greece

Greece’s Culture Ministry has announced that it will allow pets to enter more than 120 archaeological sites across the country, easing the current regulations that only allow guide dogs for disabled visitors.

CNN: A Major Volcanic Eruption in Santorini is 'A Matter of Time', Say Scientists – What Do They Mean?

CNN: A Major Volcanic Eruption in Santorini is 'A Matter of Time', Say Scientists. What Do They Mean?

The Eastern Mediterranean’s most active underwater volcano, Kolumbo, is located 6.5 kilometres northeast of Santorini. Scientists know that a Kolumbo explosion could cause great destruction – and they say that it’s only a matter of time.

Theatre for all Lysicrates Prize

Theatre for All: Be Part of the 7th Lysicrates Prize

The Lysicrates Prize is an annual competition that showcases some of Australia’s most exciting playwriting talent and awards the commission of that play. The 7th Lysicrates Prize will be held on Saturday 29th April 2023 at the Conservatorium of Music and tickets are now available.

Dimitris Tzankatian Greece by drone

Dimitris' Greece by Drone

Dimitris Tzankatian’s love affair with travel began in 2019 when he bought his first drone. Now, just four years later, the talented photographer and certified drone pilot is stunning audiences with amazing aerial perspectives of Greece’s beautiful landscapes, historic sites, and picturesque towns and villages, captured through his beautiful photography and videography.

Nikos Gatsos Six Songs of Holy Week

Nikos Gatsos: The Six Songs of Holy Week

The six songs of the Holy Week sequence, “Days of the Epitaph”, is a tribute to Christ by Nikos Gatsos, one of the greatest Greek poets of the 20th century, who feels that Christ’s sacrifice was the ultimate manifestation of God’s love for people. All six songs are interspersed with frequent quotations, sometimes slightly modified, from the Bible and other religious texts, expressing the poet’s conviction that Christ is the only hope for mankind.

Stephen Kamper Sworn into NSW Parliament Today

Stephen Kamper Sworn into NSW Parliament Today

Greek Australian Stephen Kamper, former accountant and shadow small business minister, has been appointed to lead New South Wales’ small business policies by newly elected Premier Chris Minns. In addition to his responsibilities for small business, Kamper will also oversee lands and property, multiculturalism, and sport.

Antikythera Mechanism ancient greek

Antikythera Mechanism: The Ancient Greek computer that leaves scientists stunned

Stunned researchers discover that, in addition to accurately tracing the movement of the sun, moon and predicting when eclipses would occur, the Antikythera Mechanism created by the Ancient Greeks around 100-200BC also tracked the movements of Venus and Saturn. “Our work reveals the Antikythera Mechanism as a beautiful conception, translated by superb engineering into a device of genius,” the study concludes about the creation considered to be the world’s first computer.

Nikos Oikonomopoulos Announces Duet with Israeli Artist Eden Ben Zaken - Australian Tour Dates and Tickets

Nikos Oikonomopoulos Duet with Israeli Artist Eden Ben Zaken Revealed

Nikos Oikonomopoulos will soon be releasing a duet with Israeli singer Eden Ben Zaken his official fan page has revealed. The duet, which is to be Nikos first collaboration with an Israeli artist, is expected to be recorded very soon and released in the coming months.

Rita Wilson Sings at the White House for Greek Independence Day

Rita Wilson Sings at the White House for Greek Independence Day [video]

Rita Wilson, wife of acclaimed Hollywood actor Tom Hanks, sang three songs on stage at a reception hosted by President Joe Biden at the White House in recognition of Greek Independence Day on Wednesday. Watch the video.

International Award in Athens for its policies in drug overdose prevention and antidote

Athens Wins International Award for its Drug Overdose Prevention and Antidote Policies

Athens’ Mayor, Kostas Bakoyannis, has received one of five awards at the inaugural “Partnership for Healthy Cities” Summit ( PHC), for Athens efforts in the prevention of overdose in drug users and for in its inroads in making drug overdose antidote naloxone more readily available. “Naloxone can make the difference between life and death…this means that a mother who has naloxone at home can administer it and save her child,” he says.

Greatest Greek Women of All Time

Greatest Greek Women of All Time

Greek women have played an essential role in shaping the history and culture not just of Greece, but of the world. As a tribute to International Women’s Day we honour some of the greatest Greek women who have left a lasting impact on history through their achievements.

Macedon Distillery: Handcrafted Spirits from the Mountains of Greece

Macedon Distillery: Handcrafted Spirits from the Mountains of Greece

From the mountains of Greece all the way to the mountains of regional Victoria in Australia, Macedon Distillery has formulated a unity of cultures to create authentic small batch spirits based on recipes passed down through generations of family history. The life and soul of the Mediterranean is family, friends and hospitality, and Macedon Distillery lives by this tradition.