Australia

By Vahe Artinian Special to the Mirror-Spectator SYDNEY, Australia — Representatives of the government of the Republic of Armenia dealing with the Armenian diaspora are visiting Australia this February. This[...]

NEW YORK — Cinema enthusiasts gathered at independent and large-stage theaters alike across Sydney, Melbourne, London, and New York for the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) Arts’ eighth annual Armenians[...]

To the Editor: Would you like to interview our fighters from Shahumyan? Asked me the mamig sitting at the desk on our floor in Hotel Armenia. ‘Shahumyan?” “Where is Shahumyan?”[...]

By Sona Hovsepyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN — 120,000 ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh claim they have little trust in a reintegration effort. People are reluctant to live in conditions[...]

By Vahe Artinian Special to the Mirror-Spectator SINGAPORE — When traveling as an Armenian, you tend to look for symbols and places where our small but ancient nation has a[...]

NICOSIA — The former long-standing leader of the major multicultural agencies of the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW), Stepan Kerkyasharian, has been awarded the Medal of Outstanding Contribution[...]

CANBERRA, Australia — Woolworth’s supermarkets publishes a free recipe magazine each month, and I sometimes pick one up when I’m shopping. This Middle Eastern-inspired recipe with cauliflower and chickpeas really[...]

SYDNEY (PanARMENIAN.Net) — A monument was unveiled this week in Sydney’s Northern Beaches dedicated to the lives of past, present and future Armenians. The eight-meter-high monument was unveiled at the[...]

YEREVAN / GLENDALE — Aida Amirkhanian is a choreographer and performer in dance theatre, as well as a yoga teacher. Born in Tehran, she graduated from the world-renowned École Mudra[...]

By Kirsty Needham SYDNEY (Reuters) — The premier of Australia’s biggest state economy New South Wales (NSW), Gladys Berejiklian, resigned on Friday, October 1, after a corruption watchdog said it was[...]