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St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church World Trade Center New York

Finest Iconographers in the World Complete Dome at St. Nicholas Greek Church on World Trade Centre Site

The final iconography including the Pantokrator icon at the Dome’s centre and the 20 Prophets at the Dome’s perimeter painted by Mount Athos monks Fr. Lukas and his associate Fr. Pachimos, among the finest iconographers in the world, was completed at St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, New York early this week.

Routes For Good

Routes For Good

With the mantra of ‘Travel For a Better World’, Routes for Good is the brain child of Greek woman, Eleni Hatziioannou, who has fallen in love with Africa and social impact travel – a growing trend as people are increasingly seeking immersive local cultural experiences that are respectful ethical and sustainable.

How Filoxenia made it to Greece

How FiloXenia Made it All the Way to Greece

“To say it’s a dream come true is an understatement.” Greek band FiloXenia are packing their bags and getting ready to hit the world stage, with multiple performances and gigs booked across Greece in 2023.

St Basil's Kogarah

St Basil’s Kogarah Achieves 100% Approval for its Quality of Care and Services

The historic First Pan-Australian Clergy Synaxis was a great success, ending with a dinner hosted by St Basil’s NSW/ ACT of the Holy Archdiocese of Australia at the venue of the Parish of St Spyridon, Kingsford with the evident satisfaction of all for the spiritual interaction and the substantial benefit from this – the first National Clergy Synaxis.

Synaxis

St Basil’s NSW/ ACT Hosts Historic First Pan-Australian Clergy Synaxis Dinner of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

The historic First Pan-Australian Clergy Synaxis was a great success, ending with a dinner hosted by St Basil’s NSW/ ACT of the Holy Archdiocese of Australia at the venue of the Parish of St Spyridon, Kingsford with the evident satisfaction of all for the spiritual interaction and the substantial benefit from this – the first National Clergy Synaxis.

Apart but Alike: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney [VIDEO]

Apart but Alike: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney [VIDEO]

Presented at Parliament House, Sydney by the Executive Board of Greek-Australian Business Leaders on Tuesday 18 October 2022 and hosted by The Hon. Rob Stokes, Minister for Infrastructure, Cities and Active Transport; ‘Apart but Alike: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney’ provided a great opportunity to reflect on the legacy of the Greeks in Sydney and how Classical Greece broadly impacted Western culture.

Legacy Greeks Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney

The Legacy of the Greeks: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney

You’re Invited! The Executive Board of Greek-Australian Business Leaders presents: “Apart but Alike – Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney” – a great opportunity to reflect on the legacy of the Greeks in Sydney and how classical Greece broadly impacted Western culture.

Sharia Sarantis: The Braid Boss

Sharia Sarantis: The Braid Boss

California born African American Sharia Sarantis, celebrity stylist and director of thriving business ‘The Braid Boss’ says “I would never have guessed I’d be Greek Orthodox and living in Australia with a thriving business!” Yet somehow, at 39 years of age, Sharia finds herself living in Sydney with her Greek Australian husband Sotiri, their two beautiful children and her 72 year old mother-in law. And she couldn’t be happier.

Her Voice

Her Voice: Greek Women and Their Friends

Called an insightful anthology, ‘Her Voice: Greek Women and their Friends’ contains the individual stories of 42 women – Greek Australian women and their friends to be precise – as they reflect upon the challenges that they have encountered on a myriad of levels in Australia over decades.

COVID-19, Monkey Pox, Buruli Ulcer, Tomato Flu and Other Outbreaks: All You Need To Know Professor Vasso Apostolopoulos

COVID-19, Monkeypox, Buruli Ulcer, Tomato Flu and Other Outbreaks: All You Need To Know

This year alone we’ve heard about outbreaks of the Hepatitis virus, Hand Foot and Mouth Disease, Monkeypox, Buruli ulcer, Langya and in the last few days, Tomato flu has also come to our attention. Greek Australian and Woman of the Year, Professor Vasso Apostolopoulos updates us on what we need to know.

Her Honour Judge Nola Karapanagiotidis: First Greek-Australian Woman to be Appointed

Her Honour Judge Nola Karapanagiotidis: First Greek-Australian Woman to be Appointed

A welcome sitting was held yesterday to officially mark the appointment of Her Honour Judge Nola Karapanagiotidis. The proud daughter of migrant parents who raised her to dream that she could “touch the sky and be anything” is the first Greek Australian woman to be appointed.

LEGO Nike of Samothrace

LEGO Nike of Samothrace

Next year is the 160th anniversary of the discovery of Nike of Samothrace in mid-April of 1863. To honour the unknown ancient artist(s) who carved the masterpiece from Rhodian marble about 2,200 years ago, Japan-based aerospace engineer Tatsuya Arai made this most celebrated sculpture in the world using LEGO.

Buying property in Greece

The Dos and Don'ts of Buying Property in Greece

Who wouldn’t love to own an apartment at the Athens Riviera, or a summer house in an Aegean island?! Paradise! Indeed. BUT what about all the legal, tax, banking, administrative, and other bureaucratic procedures that a potential buyer might encounter. Lawyer John Tripidakis guides us on what to expect, pinpointing some ‘red flags.’

Why the World Should Move on from Greek Approach to Maths

Why the World Should Move on from Greek Approach to Maths?

Hate maths? One man suggests that it’s the ancient Greeks to blame! Michael Brooks, who holds a PhD in quantum physics, is a science author, journalist and broadcaster says, “We have a problem with maths. I blame this on our obsession with the ancient Greeks.” Greek City Times spoke with Brooks to understand more about his theories.