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Alex Economou

Comeback Kid’s parents at heart of changes to medical procedure

When Jo Traikos waited to take her son Josh, 11, home after a routine 25-minute operation, she did not expect to be confronted with the nightmare no parent should have …

‘United effort to decide future of fading associations’ assets must start now’: Theo Thephanous

The process of what to do with the assets of Greek associations and brotherhoods facing difficulties because of shrinking memberships and financial difficulties should begin with a legal survey of …

Swedish Greek filmmaker’s latest scores high on world film festivals

In the three months since he sent he submitted his short film to the world film-festival circuit, Nico Falcone Georgiadis’ film The Promenade has garnered 27 awards, news of the …

Greek-Australian specialist engineer creates his own Antikythera Mechanism and presents plans for the world to use

While a team from the University of London made a big splash early in 2021 when it unveiled its 3D rendering of the famed Antikythera Mechanism, a Greek Australian living …

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Patricia Karvelas takes charge on ABC flagship RN Breakfast

Patricia Karvelas attended University High School where she wrote for the school magazine and began broadcasting on a Melbourne community radio station while still at school. She is a graduate …

Growing worries surface over fate of Greek associations’ assets

The recent failed auction of the Pontian Community of Melbourne building has brought to the fore an issue that is sure to dominate a wider debate in the coming years: …

Hellas football superstar Ulysses Kokkinos’ odyssey comes to an end

To many he was the embodiment of the “mangas”, a Greek larrikin, in his day, flamboyant footballer Ulysses Kokkinos embodied not only the Swinging Sixties but was also the star …

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Fires over Greece: veteran Aussie pilot praises nation’s resolve

The fires that ravaged Greece earlier this year were the most dangerous that veteran Australian aerial firefighter Craig Patton had encountered in his 32-year professional career but what also impressed …

Greek-Australian Paxinos among top Greek scientists of last 200 years

He may liken himself to a “mapmaker” but the work of Greek-Australian neuroscientist George Paxinos in mapping the human brain makes him the most cited in his field and placing …

Queen Victoria Market is part of Melburnians’ Christmas traditions

Perhaps one of the best signs that Melbourne is coming out of the deep gloom of the past two years is the opportunity for Melburnians to again take advantage of …

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