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Greek restauranteur drives 293 kilometres across Australia to get the right potatoes

The owner of a South Australia fish and chippery, Jimmy Leonardos, is famous for his hospitality, positive outlook and of course the tastiest and most authentic fish and chips in …

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Sidney Nolan: Ancient Greece, War and the never changing realities of humanity

Fotis Kapetopoulos talks to Sidney Nolan: Myth Rider curator Anthony Fitzpatrick and artist Heather B. Swann on Troy, Gallipoli and the Leda and the Swan now showing the TaraWara Museum.
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Greece ranks fourth in best gap-year destination list

A new study by Bounce explores the most popular gap year destinations across the globe, and Greece ranks proudly in the fourth place! The research has taken into consideration factors …

Recalling the Journey of the Diakakis Family: the story of Helen Pagonis

This short biography appears in “What Happened at the Pier: Recalling the Journey II”, a collection of migrant stories published by Executive Editor Lella Cariddi and Multicultural Arts Victoria, in August 2018.
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As Greek Australians we find it tough to get our children to maintain their Greek language skills. It is equally difficult for us to preserve our own Greek. English is …

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St John’s College enters a new stage of growth

St John’s College has every reason to take pride in its VCE and VCAL achievements during one of the toughest years, thanks to the hard work and efforts of its …

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Lexi School of Modern Greek: passionate about maintaining Greek language

At Lexi School of Modern Greek, a dynamic team of dedicated teachers are passionate about maintaining Greek language in our community. Through an interactive thematic approach and modern teaching methodologies, …

Greeks storm their way into Australian Open contention

Tennis is not one of your traditional Hellenic sports Greeks from the homeland and the diaspora have done well over the years but never have so many done so well …

Need for action over associations is urgent, says Panarcadian president

The task of settling the assets of Greek brotherhoods and associations in Australia is an absolute necessity but it will be difficult to achieve, says Dimitris Alexopoulos, the president of …

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GCM launches mentoring program for future Greek teachers

In a space that constantly changes, all human activity is based on the evolution of innovative decisions and the exchange of new knowledge. The Greek Community of Melbourne, wanting to …

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One teaspoon of oil a day keeps the doctor away, Harvard study finds

Α team of Harvard nutritionists conducted a new research proving that olive oil consumption can significantly slash a person’s risk of dying prematurely from a wide range of diseases. Published …

Attica municipalities fighting their own ‘battle’ to clear streets of snow

For the consecutive fourth day, the crews of municipalities in Attica were fighting their own “battle” in the streets and neighbourhoods of each municipality on Thursday. Whereas the central roads …

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Kyrgios and Kokkinakis blast through to the final

In a packed Rod Laver Arena Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis gave their 100 per cent while fans were cheering on non-stop. The Greek Australian mates, an unseeded pair, have …

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Australia records 59 more deaths as ICU admissions increase

Even though Australia has probably reached its peak of COVID-19 infections, it recorded 87 COVID-19 deaths as infectious rates remain relatively high but lower than the weeks before. NSW recorded …

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Westpac to also pursue court action against Papas in Greece

Bill Papas fled to Greece back in June to avoid the debacle in Australia following allegations of committing fraud through his company Forum Finance. Westpac one of the main clients …

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