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Tsitsipas Australian Open

Stefanos Tsitsipas Weighs in on Australian Open Vaccine Controversy

With the current debate surrounding vaccinations dividing the tennis world, Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas has posted a cryptic message on Twitter regarding the controversy ahead of the Australian Open.

Stefanos Tsitsipas at the 2021 French Open Photo credit: Julian Finney

Tsitsipas Image One of Time’s Top 100 Photos 2021, Likened to ‘Caravaggio Painting’

An image of Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas has been named one of Time’s Top Photos of 2021 with the creative genius of its photographer Julian Finney compared to that of famed Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio.

Vote 1 Ilias Tzortzis: Your Truly Independent Candidate for Bayside 1

Vote 1 Ilias Tzortzis: Your Truly Independent Candidate for Bayside

Pre-poll voting has opened for more than 5 million voters in this year’s local council elections in the Australian state of NSW. If you reside in Ward 5 of Bayside Council, which covers the suburbs of Kyeemagh, Brighton-Le-Sands, Monterey, Ramsgate Beach, Dolls Point, Sandringham, Sans Souci, Ilias Tzortzis is your man. Here’s what he stands for and how to vote for him.

Ouzo Talk

Ouzo Talk Podcast Going Down a Treat

Greek City Times is proud to present the Ouzo Talk podcast. Custom-made for the Greek diaspora, Ouzo Talk, is making waves, with listeners in over 20 countries globally now tuning in for the Ouzo-fuelled conversations of co-hosts Nick Athanassiou and Tom Skolarikis.

Chanel Contos

Chanel Contos Crowned Amongst Marie Claire’s ‘Women of the Year’ 2021

She may have started the year as an everyday university student, but Chanel Contos is ending it as one of nine women crowned by Marie Claire Australia as “Women of the Year 2021” as she is recognised for her ground-breaking achievements this year lobbying for and providing holistic consent and sexuality education.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis Greek Prime Minister UK

The UK has Fallen in Love with the Greek Prime Minister

British TV presenters have admitted that they received an “outpouring of love for the Geek Prime Minister” Kyriakos Mitsotakis  after he appeared on popular UK breakfast show ‘Good Morning Britain.’

Greek travel couple yabatravellers

The Yabatravellers – Because the Couple Who Travels Together Stays Together

Authors of the e-book entitled ‘How to travel the world with a Greek salary’, Vasiliki and George and the Greek bloggers offering crucial travel (and survival) guides such as ‘How to survive the first trip with your new relationship,’ and the no doubt popular ‘Vacation with parents (or in-laws)’ plus many more tips and tricks through their website ‘yabatravellers.com’.

Renowned Athenian 'I Love Life' Artist, STMTS 3

Renowned Athenian ‘I Love Life’ Artist, STMTS

Best known for his politically and emotionally charged, large-scale drawings of children that he wheatpastes on various public buildings throughout Athens, Greek City Times speaks to New York Times featured artist STMTS about his artistic vision, his perspectives as a Greek artist and where he stands on the graffiti vs street art debate.

Giannis Antetokounmpo

King Giannis Antetokounmpo, Coming for Khris Middleton’s 3-Point Title

After playfully drawing a crown over his name on the scoreboard in a friendly competition with his team at practice, Milwaulkee Bucks power forward Giannis Antetokounmpo was jubilant to learn that his three-point percentage for the season was higher than fellow team member, two time NBA All-Star Khris Middleton’s.

Fofi Gemminata

The Australian Labor Party Expresses Condolences on the Passing of Fotini “Fofi” Gennimata

The Australian Labor Party expresses our condolences on the passing of Fotini “Fofi” Gennimata, who has been hailed by the Greek PM Mitsotakis as a “symbol of courage for all women, but also for men being tested by serious illnesses.”

Ted Sarandos Netflix

“Entertaining the World” – Greek Titan Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos Under Fire

Dealing with an internal outcry unprecedented in the company’s history, and ahead of an employee walkout this week, Greek-American co-CEO of Netflix Ted Sarandos admits that he ‘screwed up’ over Dave Chappelle memos and his company-wide messages ‘lacked humanity’, but that his stance on the comic’s controversial material ‘hasn’t changed’.