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21-year-old John Kokolakis retrieves Holy Cross on his nameday…

Last Thursday marked a historical day for the members of the Greek Orthodox Community of Port Adelaide in South Australia, as they were the only Greek Australians in the country …

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Police name Greek-Australian murder victim and man charged

52-year-old Greek-Australian Anastasios Tzanavaras of Hectorville was a murdered by a man allegedly  known to him. Police were called to the Wingfield Integrated Waste Services, on the corner of Wingfield …

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Goodbye pappou! Greek Australian student pays farewell to her beloved grandfather and wins award

Dezzi Tsoukalas was one of the three Greek-Australian students to receive an award at this year’s Ethnic Schools Association of South Australia Children’s Week Awards, a yearly event that encourages …

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Stratos Pouras, the son of Asia Minor refugees who became one of the most successful restaurateurs in Australia

Stratos Pouras, 84, is one of the most successful restaurateurs in Australia, and also one of the most well-respected Greek Australians in South Australia. Born on 22 July, 1937, the …

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Penelope Kari, the first Greek-Australian woman appointed to the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia

Judge Penelope Kari is the first Australian of Greek descent to be appointed Honorable Justice to the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia. The 45-year-old was appointed to the …

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Greek-Australian former Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis is threatened with a lawsuit

South Australia’s Deputy Premier Vickie Chapman issued a lawyer’s letter threatening to sue Greek-Australian Labor front bencher Tom Koutsantonis last Friday. It is understood her legal action includes a demand …

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A son of Greek migrants amongst the most influential lawyers in SA

Greek Australian lawyer Harry Patsouris has been recognised as one of the most influential lawyers in South Australia according to SA’s largest newspaper, The Advertiser. The publication surveyed more than a …

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Celebrating Hellenism in Australia!

The Foundation for Hellenic Studies launched the By George! exhibition was held to commemorate the 71st Anniversary of ‘Ohi Day’ and Hellenism in Australia. The opening of the exhibition, which …

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Nick Xenophon hints at a return to politics

Staying true to his reputation as a controversial and unpredictable, lawyer and former senator Nick Xenophon has hinted at a return to politics in the next elections. Mr Xenophon, who …

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Greek Australian QC Stephen Pallaras launches his own political party

The former director of Public Prosecutions has decided to launch his own political party, named Real Change SA. Stephen Pallaras QC hopes to run as a candidate in the upcoming …

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