Peter Adamis

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Premier Daniel Andrews and technology used for Victorians

Has Daniel Andrews and his government relied far too much on technology to make decisions on the health and well being of Victorians? Over the past few months,Victorians have been …

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Becoming an Australian, staying Greek

Over a 30-year period, the average migrant achieved a success that was not possible given the same period of time.

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Domestic terrorism reaction

A climate of fear must not replace the Aussie way of life as a result of the Islamic State group’s threat.

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Talking about my father

Ex-Australian military serviceman and commentator Peter Adamis reflects upon his relationship with his father Vasilios.

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To be an Australian

Peter Adamis explores what it is to be an Australian, as someone born in Greece in today’s day and age

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Ode to Australian Greeks

One day of reflection

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It’s okay to be Greek, on one day of the year

Peter Adamis looks at what it means to be Greek on March 25

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When being Greek is not a dirty word

In part two, Peter Adamis looks at the challenges faced in maintaining Greek culture in Australia and what we can do to ensure Hellenism survives in the diaspora.

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When being Greek is not a dirty word

In part one, Peter Adamis explores the ongoing issue of the Australian and Hellenic twin identities.

News

When OXI in Greek means no

Various members of the Greek community and dignitaries paid their respects last Sunday for OXI Day at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne.