A mobile phone or tablet can now be used to tour the Museum of Cycladic…
Contemporary Greek culture and traditions are very rich and diverse, reflecting Greece’s location at the crossing point where the West meets the East and the country’s great and turbulent history.
During Sunday’s Orthodox Cafe, held weekly at the Greek Orthodox Parish of St. Stylianos in Gymea, Dr Philip Kariatlis opened an inspiring discussion about what the Holy Cross means for Orthodox Christians.
For Greeks, filotimo is something that has been passed through generations, it’s inherited in our DNA. Could this age-old noun encapsulating the highest of Greek virtues be the key to ending this ‘age of loneliness’?
Mary Politis is the woman behind the popular food blog Mary’s Kouzina. Uploading recipes daily, Mary teaches people how to make traditional Greek style food inspired by her mother and grandmother and taking us back to flavours from yiayias kitchen or our favourite Greek island.
As schools and academic institutions are scheduled to start on September 14th The Greek Ministry of Education and Religions has launched a new campaign for Greek students titled “#MathainoumeAsfaleis” (#WeLearnSafely) to mitigate concerns about the health and safety of students inside classrooms amidst the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
The Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) helps senior Australians access entry-level support services to live independently and safely at home.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and also Alegra’s birthday month. In September 2011, beautiful little girl…