Thomas Andronas

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Sydney Professor elected to Athens Academy

A prominent Greek Australian neuroscientist, Professor George Paxinos AO, has been elected to the prestigious Athens Academy.

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Litigation likely in Parthenon Marbles campaign

Campaigners for the reunification for the Parthenon sculptures say they’ll consider suing the British government to force the marbles’ return to Athens.

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Australian medical aid to Greece

Greek Australian lecturer in pharmacy Con Berbatis is urging the community to send medical aid to Greece.

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Australian contingent off to UK to get Marbles back

A united contingent of campaigners seeking the restitution of the Parthenon marbles to Greece will travel to London later this year, to apply pressure on the British government.

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The silent killer

Suicide: A taboo topic in the Greek community. Thomas Andronas speaks to a family who want to help others recognise the signs and do something, before it’s too late.

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Come find yourself

Thomas Andronas and Hellenic Museum Director Vicki Yianoulatos, delve into the history of the Greek community at the State Library in Victoria.

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Modern myth

Renowned Greek painter Alekos Fassianos explains the link between Mount Olympus and Gotham City.

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Taste the sun

Thomas Andronas ponders his pappou’s backyard urban food paradise

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The last divided capital

Thomas Andronas takes a walk through the dusty, daunting streets of Lefkosia, Cyprus.

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A Roman I was born

In Istanbul, the Greeks call themselves Romans. In 2011, they’re engaged in a fight to survive, and it’s the sound of rembetika that is leading the way.