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All the kids of Father Themi

For those orphaned children by Ebola, Father Themi is taking on a new mission.

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Hellenic Museum amongst the best

The invitation to take part in the international conference is the recognition of hard work, CEO John Tatoulis says.

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The trauma of our landowners

For young lawyer Christie George, it’s the intergenerational trauma that we need to understand to help Aboriginal communities around us.

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Grain by grain

From land in Wanneroo, where Dimitrios Trandos first started his farming business, four proud generations have been building upon 77 years of success growing sweet corn and beans.

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Luhrmann’s Greek Fran

Phoebe Panaretos grew up consumed by musicals like Grease and Strictly Ballroom. She now takes on the lead role in Baz Luhrmann’s stage reinvention of his iconic movie.

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Hellenic Australian lawyers growing strong

With the association founded in Victoria only six months ago, its membership has grown from 20 to 200 members, and its branches launched in South Australia and Queensland.

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A 160-year-old legacy takes new shape

The legacy of ancient Greece will be revived at the University of Melbourne, with a $1 million donation to be used for the new Chair of Classics and its facilities.

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Time for shorts

The Greek Australian Short Film Festival will this year feature a session of international shorts from all around the Greek diaspora.

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Courageous monk

With the rates of Ebola infection accelerating in Sierra Leone, Greek Australian Father Themi Adamopoulos says he won’t leave even if he contracts the virus.

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In the language of music

Greek pop star Mihalis Hatzigiannis will hit the stage of Melbourne’s iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl, in his first performance with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.