Stefanos Ntouskos has won the first ever Olympic rowing gold for Greece in the men’s single sculls at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics, breaking the world record along the way.
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“That’s the beautiful thing about music – there is a song or melody for every mood, feeling or experience.” Enjoy our premiere of the beautiful and very talented singer,Tina Kokkalis in just TWO hours from now.
Premiering in just TWO HOURS!! Don’t miss our debut episode featuring the epically talented and internationally acclaimed bouzouki player, Tommy Tsonis.
Kyriakoulis Mavromichalis was a fighter during the Revolution of 1821. He became the icon of the sacrifice made in behalf of the freedom of Greece for the Peloponnesians, and in particular, the Maniots.
Dean Giannakis is the man who pioneered the ‘Greek donut’ craze in Australia. He reveals the keys to the success behind his brand St.Gerry’s, as well as his secrets to making the best ever golden, bite-sized pieces of heaven, that we call loukoumades.
Take a peek inside six properties that Jennifer Aniston has called home over the past twenty years, each capturing elements of the super star’s personality and taste.
Archrival to Aristotle Onassis Stavros, Spyros Niarchos was the Greek shipping magnate who left half of his $22billion fortune to establish The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (ISN), one of the largest private charities in the world.
Greek chef Akis Petretzikis announces the birth of his son yesterday. Posting a photo on Instagram after the birth he writes “I never thought that so much happiness could fit in one picture.”
Nikos Vertis has released a brand new song “Koita” and you are going to fall in love with it the minute you hear it. Listen to it here and read the beautiful lyrics, composed by Vertis himself.
Nick Giannopoulos reveals that he was more determined than ever to bring his latest movie ‘Wog Boy 3’ to life after his beloved father Leonidas passed away in January following a short illness.
Academic and Byzantine thinker John Argyropoulos pioneered the revival of classical Greek learning in 15th-century Italy, contributing hugely to the restoration of the classical studies and connecting humanists with the Greek spirit. With Leonardo Da Vinci counted amongst his numerous notable students, Argyropoulos’ translations and teaching of Greek philosophy helped to disseminate Greek culture to the Western world.
The heartwarming story about how a little Greek village girl from Platy, Lemnos, who had built a life of “milk and honey” was recognised at the Australian National Maritime Museum.
Born on August 12, 1800 in Lampovo in Northern Epirus, Zappas was a fighter in the Greek War of Independence and later, a businessman, philanthropist, national benefactor and founder of the modern Olympic Games.
When Steve (Skevos) Tsoukalas arrived in Sydney in 1964 at the young age of 19, he was filled with awe when he first saw the Opera House. Little did he know that his incredible connection with the Opera House would still be enduring over 50 years later.
It is virtually impossible to eat just one, two, even three Doritos. Before you know it the bag is half gone, and your thumb and foreﬁnger are coated in that telltale orange dust. But as much as you love eating these chips, be it Cool Ranch, Cheese Supreme, or Salsa Verde, you probably don’t know all that much about your favourite snack.
Working in the disability space as a physiotherapist for many years, helping those who suffer from MS and other neurological disorders live a better life, in 2019 Irene Georgakopoulos found herself diagnosed with MS. The hope of inspiring others to soldier on, regardless of the unknown, is what drives Irene to push forward and bravely tell her inspiring story.