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Peter Adamis

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Peter Adamis shares his New Year’s resolutions

As humans we live on in the knowledge that life will become better no matter what challenges we have yet to face. For some, life can change in a twinkling …

28 October 1940, the date when Greeks said ‘Ohi’ and it really meant ‘No’

‘Ohi’ means ‘No’ in Greek. It was a response by the then Greek Prime Minister Ioannis Metaxas. The 28 October is but one of many days in modern Hellenic history …

Life

Returning veteran reflects on his mandatory quarantine homecoming

Arriving in Australia and being processed I left Greece on 27 August and arrived in Melbourne on Sunday, 29 August. where I was met and overwhelmed by a barrage of …

Dialogue

Archbishop Makarios an Orthodox Odyssey

Life is what it is, a journey and as such we mere mortals who walk upon this earth do so in order to survive the challenges and ravages of time. …

News

Ode to Australian Greeks

As we approach the New it is always great to reflect on the past and look towards the future with Hope and Optimism. I wrote the article and poem some …

Dialogue

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 …

Dialogue

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.

Dialogue

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.

News

Talking about my father

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

Dialogue

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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