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“The Corsica” second book in the Tales of Cyprus series to be launched in November

Author, educator and graphic designer Constantinos Emmanuelle will welcome the launch of his second book ‘The Corsica’ on Sunday 27 November from 2-4pm at Saint John’s College Auditorium in Preston. …

Life

“The Corsica” second book in the Tales of Cyprus series to be launched in November

Author, educator and graphic designer Constantinos Emmanuelle will welcome the launch of his second book ‘The Corsica’ on Sunday 27 November from 2-4pm at Saint John’s College Auditorium in Preston. …

Life

Authors and educators Afroditi Kollias and Theo Kokkalis talk about their upcoming children’s book “The Hottest Town”

Primary school educators Afroditi Kollias and Theo Kokkalis are eagerly awaiting the release of their first children’s book, ‘The Hottest Town’ on Monday 7 November. Afroditi was born in Kyparissia, …

News

Echuca Floods: Local Greeks appeal to community “This is our horio, we need help”

Kathy Kostoglou and her husband Con have lived in Echuca for more than 23 years. Owning and operating a number of pharmacies, they provide a crucial service to their community, …

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Greek-owned gym crowned Victoria’s fitness business of the year

747 Fitness in Melbourne’s suburb of Dandenong, owned and operated by Kosta Drakoulakos has been crowned Victoria’s fitness business of the year in AUSactive’s 2022 national awards. “We’ve been around …

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Plaque in honour of the world’s first milk bar deadlocked by council red-tape

Five years on from the time the idea was initially proposed to the City of Sydney’s Council, the fate of a memorial plaque dedicated to perhaps one of the city’s …

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Preston Market’s fate uncertain as Victorian Planning Authority decision looms

The fate of the historic Preston market hangs in the balance as discussions between its private owners, the City of Darebin, the Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) and the local community …

Life

Greeks take home coveted blue ribbons at Melbourne Royal Show

2022’s Melbourne Royal Show has just come to an end but not without a run of recognition for members of our Greek community. Formerly known as the Royal Melbourne Show …

Sport

Socceroo Snub: lacklustre Greek representation in “Team of the Century” line-up

To commemorate 100 years since Australia’s first men’s ‘A’ international against New Zealand in 1922, the Socceroo’s have announced their “Team of the Century” after lengthy deliberations between supporters and …

Features

A Swan-song off Swan Street: Ode to Koutouki

Just off the corner of Beissel and Burnley Street in Richmond, there’s a coffee shop called Koutouki. As I walk in the owner George Miltsos is serving another gent. We’re …

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