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The journey to Melbourne’s best coffee

Steve Agi talks about the just-published Melbourne Coffee Review which review the best 100 coffee spots in Melbourne.

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Travellers, Philhellenes and visions of Greek music

The emergence of Greece and Greek nationalism, claims MICHAEL CHRISTOFORIDIS, played an important role in shaping the Romantic music tradition of the 19th century.

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Looking at snapshots of the past

Old family photographs and a mother’s anecdote sends JEANA VITHOULKAS off on a journey of exploration of representations of the past.

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The Apprentice’s wizard

Host of The Apprentice and financial whizz-kid Mark Bouris talks about how a kid from Punchbowl in Sydney became a leading light in the heavyweight world of finance.

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Father Themi: The Missionary Man

Father Themi updates Neos Kosmos on the progress of his missionary work in the western African state of Sierra Leone.

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At the helm of trade

Simon Crean has the role of generating a new brand for Australia which will encompase our cultural diversity, our innovation and excellence in services and goods.

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UNESCO application offers hope for Da Vinci’s lace-makers

The fast-disappearing traditions of hand made embroidery and the small-scale production of loukoumia in Lefkara, Cyprus are seeking UNESCO assistance for their preservation.

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Living the Victorian Railways

Tony Giannopoulos pays tribute to his father and the thousands of Greek migrants who worked on Victoria’s railways.

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Elia Kazan

Dean Kalimniou pays tribute to the controversial film director Elia Kazan and his career in Hollywood.

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Lord Byron: A man of his time

FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS takes on the Lord Byron myth and points to the ironies of Byron’s mythical status in the Hellenic imagination.