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Diatribe: Summer Peninsula Malaise

The twelve days of Christmas are well and truly over, even if yet again for another year, their termination was not marked by a mass migration to Princess Pier, for …

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Four insights from the Djokovic Saga

The Djokovic saga that was played out in front of us over the last few weeks should have been a welcome distraction from the many global events that are keeping …

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Strong words advanced against Australia from the Serbian President over the Anti-Vaxxer- Djokovic

Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vučić posted a four-minute video on Instagram on Saturday titled: “Support for Novak Djokovic and response to the Prime Minister of Australia”. President Vučić said it was …

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Goodbye my friend – Ulysses arrives in Ithaca

Monday 3 January was warm and bright. Ulysses, Odysseus, died.  If there is god, then Ulysses Kokkinos was on-side that day. The man who entertained a generation of fans, on …

Greek-Australian specialist engineer creates his own Antikythera Mechanism and presents plans for the world to use

While a team from the University of London made a big splash early in 2021 when it unveiled its 3D rendering of the famed Antikythera Mechanism, a Greek Australian living …

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Love people, use things: John Vithoulkas in response to worry over the fate of Greek associations

I would like to thank Dean Kalymniou and Alex Economou for their articles relating to the future of Hellenism in Australia and the position of the many Greek organisations. Beyond …

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Diatribe: Ancient Greeks – Athletes, warriors, heroes and… thieves

One of the first things that I discovered about my late lamented father in law upon meeting him for the first time was that unbeknownst to us, we had crossed …

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The Passion of the Greek Diaspora for their homeland

Last year’s bicentennial celebrations of the Greek revolution of 1821 have spotlighted the passion of the Greek Diaspora for their homeland. The celebrations revealed that the contemporary Greek Diaspora has …

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Diatribe: Selling the farm

Of all Greek brotherhood buildings around Melbourne, one of the ones I have the fondest memories of, is that of Pontiaki Koinotita in Brunswick. For years, its Friday night Taverna …

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Peter Adamis shares his New Year’s resolutions

As humans we live on in the knowledge that life will become better no matter what challenges we have yet to face. For some, life can change in a twinkling …

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