Here’s something you might not know about Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex: She…
Reading “Once We Were Here,” we are reminded of the unyielding spirit of Greece, the profound impact of history, and the enduring legacy of love and sacrifice. Christopher Cosmos’ debut novel stands as a tribute to the brave men and women who fought for their country, their loved ones, and ultimately, for the cause of freedom.
The inspiration behind “PIMATA” is a deeply personal one, rooted in the profound loss of Doris’ beloved son, Angelo. Last June, Angelo’s battle with bowel and liver cancer came to an end, leaving a void in the lives of those who cherished him. In the wake of this heartbreak, Doris turned to writing as a form of therapy and self-expression.
The Randwick location of St. Basil’s NSW & ACT, a cherished haven known for its warmth and compassion, recently came together to honour Betty Connell’s 100th birthday.
In a world dominated by fast-paced communication and digital interactions, the art of conversation often takes a backseat. However, Australian entrepreneur Mark Bouris seeks to change that narrative with “The Bird,” a unique whiskey brand that aims to bring people together and reignite meaningful conversations.
St. Basil’s NSW & ACT, an organisation established by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, is dedicated to providing quality care and support for ageing Australians. Among their exceptional services, the Day Centres stand as warm and inviting places, where individuals can partake in stimulating programs, savour nutritious meals, and receive appropriate care, including specialised services for those with dementia.
A heartwarming social media video capturing the touching journey of an 89-year-old Greek American grandfather’s…
St. Basil’s NSW & ACT, an organisation established by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, is committed to providing exceptional care and enriching the lives of ageing Australians. With a focus on tailored activities and fostering a sense of belonging, St. Basil’s NSW & ACT offers a wide range of lifestyle activities that cater to the diverse interests and preferences of its residents.
In a remarkable feat of dedication and impeccable timing, Evan Vossos, a recent graduate of Carl Sandburg High School, has completed a stunning 12 years of perfect attendance. Not even COVID-19, which coincidentally struck him on his birthday, could derail his streak, proving that not even a pandemic can keep Vossos away from his classroom throne.
Made from the world’s finest pure silk materials, with finely rolled hand finished edges and immaculate attention to every single detail, Fetolia’s luxury limited edition scarves are exclusive designs inspired by history, nature and ethnic influences, including some beautiful Greek-themed designs such as the aptly named ‘The Olympian Gods’, ‘Evzonas’ and ‘The Abduction of Europa.’
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.
Described as “’My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ meets ‘Bring it On’ and ‘Hairspray’”, ‘Finally Me’, the new movie by ex footy star Jasons Stevens is finally here. Watch the trailer here!
With more than 80,000 visitors, over 100 stalls and live entertainment, the Greek Summer Festival is officially Sydney’s largest Greek cultural festival of the year.
“Given the importance of this legislative initiative, we invite you to participate in the public online consultation, expressing your views and comments on the proposed regulations,” said Niki Kerameos, The Minister of Education and Religious Affairs, in a statement yesterday, as a draft anti-bullying law is submitted with the view to ending bullying and violence in schools in Greece.