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News – 28 Jul, 2017
Former Northern Territory minister vows to bring ‘focus and vision’.
Life – 19 Jul, 2017
The past decade a quiet revolution has taken place: a redefinition of what a ’boutique hotel’ can be. Michael Sweet celebrates a renaissance in the art of Athenian accommodation.
News – 14 Jul, 2017
Two years of UN-brokered negotiations over Cyprus’s future are over without an agreement. What now for the divided island?
Life – 5 Jul, 2017
No other city in Crete has the culture and flair of Rethymno. Michael Sweet explores the jewel in the Cretan crown and its magical province.
News – 29 May, 2017
The story of how captured diggers were subjected to medical experiments after the Battle of Crete is still to be told, but new research is shining light on this dark and evil act.
Life – 17 May, 2017
South of bustling Heraklion, Archanes is a tranquil retreat steeped in history and cultural treasures. Michael Sweet explores a town on the Cretan road less-travelled.
Life – 1 May, 2017
Minoan, Roman, Byzantine and beyond; Crete’s most popular city is a product of its occupiers. Michael Sweet explores the alleyways of La Canea to reveal its Venetian legacies.
News – 20 Apr, 2017
Rhodes’ Old Town holds its secrets close – ancient stories of faith, conquest and resistance. Michael Sweet walks its timeworn monopati to reveal hidden treasures.
News – 17 Feb, 2017
Cyprus parliament backs enosis referendum anniversary event.
News – 10 Feb, 2017
Restaurateurs Tony and Peter Giannakis are moving on − having put Port Melbourne on the fine-dining map.