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Greek Australian receives SA Best Patisserie Award

Greek Australian pastry chef George Diakomichalis made us all proud last Monday 13 September as he received the Best Patisserie in South Australia (2021) award for his Greek patisserie, known …

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The poor boy from Ikaria celebrating 70 years of success in Australia

Seven decades ago, Nik Tsapaliaris (Chapley) fled Ikaria with his mother and brother, John, seeking a better future in Australia. Today, the 87-year-old business is celebrating 70 years of success …

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Celebrating 58 years of marriage… When a proxy turns into a love story

Eleftheria Lambrinos, 80, and her husband Isidoros Parthenis, 91, are living proof that some people are truly meant for each other and that some love stories last forever. “We feel …

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Loss during COVID-19: “My yiayia died and I didn’t get to say goodbye”

The act of saying goodbye to a loved one often begins well before a funeral or burial. For many people, the days and hours at the end of a loved …

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“Our brother was stolen. Please help us find him,” plead Greek-Australian family

This is the story of Harry Tavlaridis. A baby born in November 1964 in the Greek clinic of Giannitsa. Harry was declared dead a few days after his birth. Today, …

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“The day we found out our son had cancer, our lives changed forever”

“The day we found out our son had cancer, our lives changed forever,” Nelly Theodoridou, Alex’s mum, told Neos Kosmos. “Our beautiful Alex was a cheeky little boy whose aim …

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After 25 years in Australia, he returned to Greece to breathe life into his island

Jimmy Sklavenitis, who was born on Meganisi – a remote secluded islet a little to the east of the island of Lefkada – was just 17 years old when, in …

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South Australia goes into lockdown: Greek restaurant listed as exposure site

South Australia will go into full lockdown from 6pm tonight, as was announced by the state’s Premier Steven Marshall. The decision comes after health authorities identified five new cases linked …

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Greek Australian entrepreneur Kayla Itsines “sells out” for a staggering $400 million

Greek Australian fitness queen Kayla Itsines and former fiancée Tobi Pearce have sold their global health and fitness empire Sweat for the staggering amount of $400 million. The dynamic duo …

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“Greece, how we miss you!” say Greek Australians, remembering their last summer trip to the homeland

The dream of going back to Greece this summer is fading away as holidays of Greece during times past are flooding back. Many Greek Australians are reminiscing about the good …

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