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“Heliades” celebrated “Protomagia” the… Greek way in the heart of Melbourne

With a lot of “kefi” and heaps of positive vibes, “Heliades”, the Hellenic Women’s Network of Victoria, welcomed “Protomagia” and celebrated Mother’s Day, at the Bar & Grill Restaurant “YASSAS”, …

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“Glitz & Glamour Gala” by the Lemnian Community

After two years of abstaining from all open events, the Lemnian Community of Victoria is back in full force with lots of glamour and style, presenting the “Glitz & Glamour …

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Lemnos Youth pave the way for community revival

“Have you always wanted to see how Lemnians host an event? Want to make Yiayia and Pappou proud? Then you should sign up to become a member of the Lemnian …

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Melbourne yiayia Marianthi Kapantai turns 100

In 1922, the year that Smyrna was burned, Marianthi Kapantai was born across the sea in the village of Filia on the island of Lesvos (Mitilini). Her life wasn’t easy. …

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Greek Community schools celebrate Apokries and welcome Lent [photos]

While the state of affairs in the world remains grim, moments of joy and frivolity can be precious. There is a new war in Europe, an active pandemic, hunger and …

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Greek restaurants and cafes forced to close as Omicron “enters” their businesses

Popular neighbourhoods in Melbourne, famous for their cafes and eateries, should be heaving with crowds these days. Instead, Smith Street in Collingwood, Nelson Place in Williamstown and even our Greek …

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Best of the best share their VCE stories

The moment of truth finally arrived for 50,723 VCE students in the state of Victoria on Thursday, 16 December. Peter Leon Frangos, dux of Melbourne Grammar School, waited for his …

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“I don’t want my son to be forgotten”

Paul and Fanoula Anastasopoulos were on seventh heaven while waiting for their second child to arrive, a sibling for little Ari, aged four. Fanoula’s pregnancy was perfect, just as her …

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Varvara Ioannou’s ground-breaking stories in “Her Voice, Greek Women and Their Friends”

Varvara Athanasiou-Ioannou, one of the most dynamic women of the Greek community, has left her imprint indelibly marked in many sectors. For the last 20 years, she has devoted her …

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Melbourne lockdown ends, but opening up isn’t easy

On Friday morning, Melburnians woke up to the end of the city’s sixth lockdown. At midnight, there were cheers from balconies in downtown Melbourne. Euphoria was justified. Since March 2020, …

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