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Young Greek of the Week

James Anagnostidis, who loves his Yiayia’s souvlaki recipe and describes himself as realistic is our Young Greek of the Week.

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“I learned Greek over the internet”

Jona Karsniqi’s Greek is so fluent you never would have picked that she was of Albanian heritage, or that she studied Greek over the internet. Catherine Kladakis speaks to Jona abo

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Greek day schools facing the future

There are excellent opportunities as well as great challenges faced by Greek day schools in Australia

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Aussies on the green line

Australian police officers currently serve in Cyprus as part of the UN Peace Keeping Forces as a call of duty which has been carried out since 1964.

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Greek myths stage a Hollywood comeback

Greek myths will always resonate in Hollywood and contemporary culture argues the The Los Angeles Times’ Geoff Boucher.

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…and so the circle continues

Anna Cominos reflects from Kythera on the closing of a generation’s circle with the death of her grandmother and the opening of a new cycle with the baptism of her godson.

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A bonza day for Aussies in Athens

Mike Sweet reveals what some of the Athenian Aussies are going to be doing to celebrate Australia Day.

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A Life Amphibious

Living for twelve days in a small steel capsule submerged in a flooded gravel pit, and using algae soaked in his own urine to produce the oxygen he needed to survive, isn’t everyon

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The forgotten Greeks of Eritrea

Intrepid traveller Nick Dallas travels to Eritrea in north Africa to see firsthand how this young nation is faring and to investigate what remained of a once-flourishing Greek comm

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Love and lust in antiquity

An exhibition in Athens offers an unparalleled – and at times almost pornographic – insight into the changing perceptions of Eros from the 7th century BC to Roman times.