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Sotiris Hatzimanolis

News

Who killed the two Greek-Australian boys in Greece?

The report, issued by district attorney Panagiotis Angelopoulos in 1999 and handed over to the Karalis family in Melbourne only recently, is clear: “from the depositions of the witnesses and …

Dialogue

Editor’s Note: Patriotism and responsibility

An old, yet interesting, story leading up to the protest rally for Macedonia on Sunday

News

A weekend trip from Melbourne to Athens to attend the protest rally for Macedonia

“It was my duty and what my soul needed,” says Zoi Petalidou who traveled back and forth in two days.

Sport

Greece’s best young female athlete for 2015 now calls Australia home

Anastasia Marinakou has moved to Melbourne to be trained by Kathy Freeman’s coach, Nic Bideau.

News

Varoufakis says ‘thank you’ for solidarity

While addressing the Let Greece Breathe campaign in Australia this week, Greece’s finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says he hopes to visit Australia soon.

News

Varoufakis says ‘thank you’ for solidarity

While addressing the Let Greece Breathe campaign in Australia this week, Greece’s finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says he hopes to visit Australia soon.

News

Malcolm Fraser remembered

A strong campaigner for multiculturalism and a Philhellene, former prime minister Malcolm Fraser has died aged 84.

News

Idle property provides a new way forward

Under-utilised and under-developed properties in the hands of Greek community organisations should be harnessed better to meet the needs of our changing community.

Features

The shepherd who counted stars

The tiny village of Kerastari hosts some of the greatest minds in radio astronomy each year thanks to Dr Tassos Tzioumis

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