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Theodora Maios

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Byzantine women under the microscope in Adelaide

Women actively participated in many aspects and spheres of Byzantine society although to an extent, these were limited to the upper classes.

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South Australians remember Lemnos war connection

Not much has been documented in regards to the relationships between the soldiers and the islanders in Lemnos.

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OOEGASA – Memories of Lemnos

The secret behind Australia and Lemnos being forever linked.

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The Good Son

Greek Australian actress Elena Carapetis makes her debut in writing, presenting her first theatrical play The Good Son.

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South Australia goes Greek in March

In the spirit of the ‘Speak Greek’ campaign, Festival Hellenika and Greek National Day celebrations are helping to keep the Greek language and traditions alive.

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Quiet achiever

Charalambos ‘Harry’ Tavlaridis helped kick-start a precedent that saw state governments around Australia recognise the Pontian Genocide.

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Festival Hellenika launches in South Australia

The annual festival is an open platform for people of any background to showcase Hellenic connections to the arts.

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A challenging but rewarding journey

First opened its doors back in 1984, St George College has changed quite a bit.

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‘We should not allow issues to divide the Greek community’

Bill Gonis, president of the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia, talks exclusively to Neos Kosmos

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