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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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Diatribe: A Nightingale in Greece

In 1850, British public opinion of Greece had hit rock bottom. Some years earlier, in 1847 James Mayer de Rothschild had been visiting Athens during the Greek Orthodox Easter to …

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Dora Houpis sees more in the classical Greek alphabet than COVID-19 ‘variants of concern’

The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced in May 2021 it would use the letters of the classical Greek alphabet to identify COVID-19 “variants of concern”. Doing so was a simple, …

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Billy Cotsis on testing issues and COVID-19 crisis management in NSW

The State had essentially relaxed ways to proactively enforce some of the measures which were in place until 15 December. In fact, from the start of December. The Premier seems …

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Why Dan will win: In a crisis we want to be led

In the hit series Boss, Chicago mayor Tom Kane, played by Kelsey Grammer, reflects on a foundational mayor of that great city, Anton Cermak, who brought together the warring tribes, …

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Bill Papastergiadis OAM on the Assyrians, the VMC and the Greek Community

Multiculturalism is the bedrock upon which Melbourne and Australia’s society is built on. As a Commissioner of the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC), I had the opportunity to recently address a …

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Mrs Olga Bitsas retires after 32 years of service as a teacher at St John’s College

The founder of our school, the Very Reverend Father Ierotheos Kourtessis of eternal memory, made an inspired decision in 1982. That is when he appointed a just graduated teacher, Miss …

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Parthenon sculptures in 2021-A year in review

2021 marked the 200th anniversary of the start of the Greek Revolution. During the early stages of the Greek War of Independence there was a siege of the Acropolis by …

Offering something for Parthenon Marbles should be last-resort option

The return of the Parthenon Marbles is a sensitive topic that concerns all Greeks around the world. All of us are passionate about bringing them back to Athens, which is …

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