WELL-BEING

the state of being happy, healthy, or prosperous

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.

GNTO supports sports tourism in Greece

GNTO Supports Sports Tourism in Greece

Five high-level international sports tourism events are scheduled to take place in the coming days on the islands of Santorini, Corfu, Sifnos and Mykonos and the town of Nafpaktos, under the auspices of the Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO).

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.

Skip the Skittles

Skip the Skittles

Skittles “taste the rainbow” motto is taking on a dark new meaning in the wake of a lawsuit alleging the dangers of a known ingredient: titanium dioxide, an artificial chemical additive (banned in Europe) that gives the fruity candy its fun and bright colouring.

Record Ocean Cleanup Milestone of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Record 100,000 Kilograms of Plastic Removed from Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Over 100,000 kilograms of plastic has been removed from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP) in a record haul orchestrated by non-profit ‘The Ocean Cleanup’: “If we repeat this 100,000 kilogram haul 1,000 times – the Great Pacific Garbage Patch will be gone.”