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American comic book writer Stan Lee was the human behind the superheroes.
Many marvel at the man who gave his characters extraordinary powers and everyday headaches - a formula which revolutionised comics. The Hulk, Iron Man, Daredevil and the Fantastic Four all sprang from his fertile imagination and spilled onto the ...
Alexandros Pappos, a fourth generation Greek, living in Australia, was planning to get married in Greece, last year. But it wasn't meant to happen. He lost his life due to an asthma attack, that was followed by a heart attack. His father, Emanouel...
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British historian Andrew Chugg is a world-renowned researcher in ancient history, who has written several books on Alexander the Great, and he was recently in Australia for a series of lectures. He talks to SBS Greek about the largest and most...
Historian British Andrew Chugg was recently in Australia for a series of lectures on the findings of the Amphipolis tomb and he told SBS Greek that the tomb has confidently dateable to the last quarter of the 4th century BC, just after the death...
Team leader Manos Avtzis, speaks to SBS Greek, about the history, of the Greek Scouts in Oakleigh, on the occasion of a major financial "injection" they received from the Victorian government.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants states and territories to plan where migrants go so they can be funnelled into growth areas.
It will be up to states to plan where new migrants should settle under potential changes to Australia's national migration program. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has flagged migrants could be asked to spend five years in a regional area if they w...
The funnel-web spider – with venom that can kill a human in just 15 minutes, have cancer-fighting properties.
New research led by Greek Australian Dr Maria Ikonomopoulou, has found that Australian funnel-web spiders have anti-cancer properties that can kill melanoma cancer cells in humans and stop them from spreading.
A new research, looking into the healing properties of Australian plants based on Indigenous lore, might provide the First Australians with new opportunities, but it might also be an unexplored industry for Australia.
Dr Greg Leach works for the Menzies School of Health Research, one of the four organisations participating in the project. According to him, the research aims to understand how indigenous medicines work and prove their effectiveness to the world....
Lemnos was on the "centre stage" of the events commemorating the Armistice of Mudros the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Lemnos island Sub-Prefect Evagelos Giarmadouros spoke to SBS Greek.
Lemnos island Sub-Prefect Evagelos Giarmadouros spoke to SBS Greek about the events on the Greek island of Lemnos to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War. The 30 Army Cadet Unit has travelled to Lemnos to participat...
The Australian Pier in Lemnos island becomes a reality.