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Byron Bay yogi says Transcendental Meditation changed his life

In the midst of the information age, the leaps and bounds of industrial progress have without a doubt made aspects of our lives easier. But that same progress has brought …

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Outback life inspires Martin Dougiamas to create world leading education solution

When the founder of Moodle, Martin Dougiamas spent his childhood years roaming the desert in central Australia, little did he know that one day he would be part of a …

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“Will the Parthenon Marbles return home before us” Dr. Mary Cardaras tells the story of Greece’s lost children

Four years ago, Greek-American journalist and academic Dr. Mary Cardaras embarked on a personal journey, one which saw her through states of loss, discovery and renewal. ‘Voices of the Lost …

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Azra and Gary recreated ‘mini Greece’ in their Gold Coast home and gave us a glimpse

Having a house where you actually enjoy spending time in has became more of a priority for many of us since the pandemic. Certainly that was in the minds of …

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Lara Vafiadis takes on solo 4,800 km row across the Atlantic

On November 28, Lara Vafiadis embarked on an unsupported solo row 4,800 kilometre (3000 miles) across the Atlantic, the world’s second largest ocean. In the process, she is raising money …

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‘We only have one life’: Sydneysider Mihali launches first album and opens up on ‘This Little Apple’ parable

Are you Greek and living in Sydney’s west? You might have met Mihali Notaras or even been served by him if you shop local at the city’s north-west where his …

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Survey participants sought for ‘Not Till You’re Married’ project

Poet, writer and performer Koraly Dimitriadis has been awarded a second grant from Creative Victoria for her first non-fiction book, Not Till You’re Married. The project will examine how the …

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Pokémon cards: From childhood hobby to $100,000 collection

Is it possible for a pastime from your school years to develop into a sum of tens of thousands of dollars? Well, this has become a reality for a Melbournian …

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Greece’s ex-king Constantine, end of a dynasty

Greece’s former king Constantine II, who died on Tuesday aged 82, was the last member of a century-long dynasty in power when a brutal army dictatorship seized control of the …

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Diaspora youth group but not as you know it

Hellenic pride in young diaspora is healthy in part thanks to Greek Youth Generator (GYG) which came about during COVID-19 as a way for Greek youth to connect and GYG …

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