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Sailing on the Aegean

Enjoying the delights of a yacht with eight friends in the Cyclades is a lot of fun and not difficult to organise, says Thomas Andronas

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Kalliroi lives the dream

At the tender age of 22, Kalliroi is a Greek singer in Melbourne with a burgeoning career

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The woman with the golden heart

Working to help new migrants successfully integrate into a multicultural Australia is important to Maria Tsopanis, Co-Manager of the Melbourne Multicultural Hub

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If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands

Nothing irks Chris Fotinopoulos more than the banal muzak to which neo Christians clap their hands.

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LALA Land from the front line

Sydney born journalist Georgia Cassimatis entered Hollywood and found all that glitters is not gold.

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The one that got away!

John-Paul Hussey on John Giannakodakis, who revolutionised the Australian fishing industry but has never been acknowledged.

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Couples flock to Greece for ‘Mamma Mia!’ weddings

The Greek Islands, such as Santorini or Myconos, have become fashionable among couples from a number of countries around the world who wish to get married in their own version of ‘

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24 carat Karteris

Between serving on the boards of the Greek Festival of Sydney and the Greek Community of NSW, working as a real estate agent and raising funds for cancer research, Nia Karteris fin

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Fear, uncertainty and doubt in Athens

Lambros Karavis reflects on the current state of affairs in Greece, 18 months after his previous visit to Athens.

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“Hellenism is a great survivor,” says Paula Masselos

Paula Masselos has worked in a number of industries and sectors as a strong voice for multiculturalism and cultural diversity.

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