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A vocal advocate for overseas students

A desire to help people drove Aristotle Paipetis to forsake the more lucrative end of the legal profession to assist international students

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Bran Nue Broome: Reflections of a southern tourist

Broome, in Western Australia, is a magical place with a vibrant Aboriginal, Greek, Japanese past and presence

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The call of the ‘real Cyprus’

Sofronios Potamitis was one of the first to spot the potential of rural tourism and began converting derelict village houses into tourist accommodation back in 1987.

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3 Point Motors moving forward

Motoring enthusiast FIV ANTONIOU speaks with 3 Point Motors Chief Executive Sam Curtis and reviews two of Merc’s latest models

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The voice of new generation Greek wines

He’s been described as a “poster boy for a modern, urbane wine industry.” Victoria Kyriakopoulos meets respected Greek winemaker and educator, Yiannis Paraskevopoulos.

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Taking modern Greek food to the ‘burbs

Theo Kostoglou talks to VICTORIA KYRIAKOPOULOS about how he has struck gold with a combination of contemporary Greek mezedes and casual  restaurants in major shopping centres

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Top End Greeks: Tales of Greek cafes ‘up north’

Two contemporary chroniclers of the Greek experience in Australia give us a taste of the Greek presence in the Top End

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A Grecian delight in the Big Apple

A random dinner at a New York hotel saw LAURA MILLER discover the delights of Molyvos, one of NYC’s best modern Greek restaurants

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Battle of Crete: Greece sacrificed much for the greater good

Maria Hill looks at the real reasons as to why Diggers who fought an died in Crete against the Germans are not remembered in Australia.

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Premium Greek wines entice Australian palates

Greek wine is making its presence known in Australia and Press Club manager, Ange Giannakodakis is full of praise for its quality and taste.

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