Maja Jovic

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In homage to Cyprus

Vintage family photos from a bygone era serve as an homage to Cyprus before 1950 and the dying generation of those who remember it, says Con Emmanuelle.

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Modern day tailor

Over 16 years, the Arthur Galan label has set itself as one of the most unique Australian brands. The secret was hidden in the long family line of tailors.

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The Ora is now

It was a dream come true when Stephanie Manolas and her partner John Vroom opened their first cafe Ora in Kew.

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Taste of slow music

Melbourne double bass player and composer, Nick Tsiavos will perform his seven hour-long Akathistos at this year’s Festival of Slow Music in Ballarat

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Written word as a key

Poetic License – a riff on the new, the old, the power and the limitations of words – will feature three Greek Australian artists.

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The idea(s) of Greece

The Bendigo Writers Festival hosted three Greek Australian writers, to discuss different ideas of Greece that emerge in Australian writing.

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Our own Indiana Jones

Lieutenant Commander Andrea Argirides is determined to help save archaeological treasures in conflict zones.

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Taking on a dream role

It wasn’t until this year that Maria Mercedes recognised the similarities that connected her with Greek opera legend Maria Callas.

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Infused with Greece

Up for yet another of her business endeavours, Nicole Condos’ collection ‘Candles by Nikoletta’ captures the scent and memories of Greek summer.

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Lefkandi: illuminating the Greek Dark Age

Many brushed off the Dark Age of Greece, until new discoveries in Lefkandi, Euboea, offered a different perspective.