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Diatribe: Antipodean Palette – trailing art

If Greek-Australian culture is going to survive, then it needs to be neither reactionary, that, is responding solely to stimuli emanating from Greece or the mainstream, nor mimetic. Instead, it …

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NUGAS Co-Presidents discuss goals, events and collaborations for 2022

NUGAS is nothing without our affiliate clubs, members, sponsors and the support from the wider Greek-Australian community. As such, strengthening the NUGAS community is our key focus for the 2022/23 …

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VALE David Cox, 1938 – 2022

We write this farewell to recognise and to celebrate the life of David Cox and achievements as the compassionate volunteer, social worker, academic in the field of assisting migrants and …

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Reading Greek epic through another massacre

In the U.S., the past two weeks have seen the white supremacist massacre of ten Black Americans at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York and the slaughter of 19 children …

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Petitions to preselection – the political satirist

In a country where voting is compulsory, it may seem moot to explore the issue of political participation. All eligible Australian citizens over 18 years of age are required to …

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Odrysian Kingdom: a rough diamond in the ancient world

I occasionally come across a rough diamond. That unique story that is hidden or shaded by other more prominent histories of the Balkans. The ancient kingdom of Odrysia is an …

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Children’s book launch an inspiration for community cultural activity across generations

On a recent Sunday afternoon, I made my way to the launch of the illustrated children’s book, Soumela and the Magic Kemenche by Dean Kalimniou. It was a cold day, …

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Who would send their children to a school without a gate?

It’s been a week since the pedestrian entrance to Alphington Grammar was taken down by the City of Yarra, and more than 500 children are going to school every day, …

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A Teal Wave and now what: another great reversal?

As the dust settles from the federal election, it is time to take stock and think about this changing political landscape. The continued decline of the primary vote of the …

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Archbishop Makarios shares message for National Reconciliation Week

On the 28 May, 2000, an unprecedented number of Australians (approximately 250,000 people) crossed the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and set the impetus for the substantive reconciliation of the Australian …

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