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Lemnos Gallipoli commemoration welcomes naming of Lemnos Square

Lemnos Gallipoli commemoration welcomes naming of Lemnos Square

The service at Melbourne's Albert Park went one step further in recognising the role of Lemnos in the Gallipoli campaign in 1915.

Olympia Dukakis' new short film Eleftheromania brings Auschwitz story to life

Olympia Dukakis' new short film Eleftheromania brings Auschwitz story to life

The film is based on a true story uncovered from the diary of a Holocaust survivor mentioning Greek prisoners.

Gunners looking to add rugby to the Cretan lifestyle

Gunners looking to add rugby to the Cretan lifestyle

An island where inhabitants historically struggled for independence and resisted occupation with their famous fighting spirit, the Cretan people are well-suited to rugby.

Using words to change the world

Using words to change the world

Writer Michalia Arathimos talks about her book, Aukati/ Boundary Line which she will launch at the Melbourne Writers Festival.

Peter Voterakis explores the 'Past and Present'

Peter Voterakis explores the 'Past and Present'

An exhibition inspired by the artist's grandfather's early photos of Daylesford and Crete forms part of the 7th Ballarat International Foto Biennale.

Radiant Pavilion welcomes eight Greek creatives

Radiant Pavilion welcomes eight Greek creatives

The Melbourne Contemporary Jewellery and Object Biennial is now on.

Celebrities and their dream homes in Greece

Celebrities and their dream homes in Greece

'I feel 110 per cent Greek,' says Hollywood star Tom Hanks who owns a house in Antiparos.

Heidelberg's FFA Cup success takes them back to the future

Heidelberg's FFA Cup success takes them back to the future

Heidelberg's 2-1 win over Perth Glory was more than just a stunning giant killing result – it was a snapshot of past, present and future glories.

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  • 18 August 2017

    Nikos Fotakis' big fat Greek week of news.

  • 18 August 2017

    Following the water festival season of Anatolia, Dean Kalimniou looks at how disjointed some customs can feel out of context.

  • 18 August 2017

    When we look in the mirror we think that we see ourselves clearly but our reflection is clouded by many things. If we can strip the layers back we will see our true self.

  • 14 August 2017

    Hunting for some Athenian silence with the heat as an ally.

  • 11 August 2017

    Nothing good is going to come out of the postal plebiscite on marriage equality. In fact we should brace for polarisation, division, and toxic rhetoric.

  • 09 August 2017

    Despite the advent of multiculturalism, the archetypal model in Australia seems to have remained the same.

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