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Maria Sakkari presents her inspirational logo

Maria Sakkari under quarantine before Australian open

An Australian Open press release on Saturday night revealed that a passenger on the charter flight from Melbourne to Abu Dhabi returned positive in COVID-19 test, putting Greek tennis player Maria Sakkari…

Maria Sakkari presents her inspirational logo

Maria Sakkari presents her inspirational logo

“One of the greatest civilisations in the world has become an inspiration for the birth of my logo.” Greece’s tennis star Maria Sakkari presented her new logo on social media, which is…

34th HACCI Awards goes virtual

The 34th HACCI Awards – Announcing the 2020 award Winners

HACCI celebrated the best and brightest of the Hellenic-Australian community for the 34th consecutive year last night, in its first-ever digital awards ceremony. The live-streamed event was screened to thousands of people…

34th HACCI Awards goes virtual

34th HACCI Awards goes virtual

The Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) is going virtual for its 34th awards ceremony, ensuring that the coronavirus pandemic will not prevent acknowledging the best and brightest of the Greek…

Save Modern Greek at La Trobe University, Melbourne

Save Modern Greek at La Trobe University, Melbourne

Last week, La Trobe University announced that they propose to discontinue Modern Greek Studies. La Trobe University is currently the only university in Victoria that offers a comprehensive program in Modern Greek…

Open Online Lecture: Greek Civil War Refugees in Czechoslovakia

Open Online Lecture: Greek Civil War Refugees in Czechoslovakia

Kateřina Králová, Associate Professor of Modern History and Head of the Department of Russian and Eastern European Studies at Charles University, Prague, will give an online lecture entitled “Greek Civil War Refugees in…

Greek-Australian owned brewing closes due to covid-19 pandemic

Greek-Australian owned brewing closes due to covid-19 pandemic

Greek Australians, Petros Gyftopoulos and Yiannis Psimoulis have made the difficult decision to sell ‘Fall & Rise Brewing’, after less than a year in operation due to the economic impact caused by Covid-19.…

Violetta Hionidou, Professor of Modern European History at Newcastle University, UK

Open Online Seminar: Famine and Death in Occupied Greece

Violetta Hionidou, Professor of Modern European History at Newcastle University, UK, will present an online lecture entitled ‘Famine and Death in Occupied Greece’, on Thursday 8 October, as part of the Greek…