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Mount Athos, the Autonomous Monastic Republic of the Holy Mountain

On the surface it may appear as though a mini-Byzantium exists on 336 km2 of the Chalcidice in Greece. Byzantium of course was ruled by an emperor who was meant …

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Refugee children of the Civil War celebrate 66 years of marriage in Australia

Two children of the Greek Civil War found themselves falling in love, far from their motherland. As a teenager Dimitris Papadopoulos was uprooted due to the Civil War in the …

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Language, poetry and a Hot Air Balloon: Ioannis Vilaras and Ioannina in the time of Ali Pasha

Dr Alfred Vincent will give an online lecture entitled “Language, Poetry and a Hot Air Balloon: Ioannis Vilaras and Ioannina in the time of Ali Pasha”, on Thursday 9 September …

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AusMumpreneurs, meet the mothers of great success

They are women, wives, mothers, good Greek daughters and hard workers. It is 2021, not 1951 and yet this is the reality for Greek Australians carrying on the legacy of …

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Greek family values, fundamental to innovative lawyer’s success

“This year, it has been a case of when it rains, it pours,” Cassandra Kalpaxis of Kalpaxis Legal told Neos Kosmos, regarding a deluge of nominations. In the AusMumpreneur Awards, …

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The poor boy from Ikaria celebrating 70 years of success in Australia

Seven decades ago, Nik Tsapaliaris (Chapley) fled Ikaria with his mother and brother, John, seeking a better future in Australia. Today, the 87-year-old business is celebrating 70 years of success …

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Exclusive Interview: Greek Australians may sometimes feel overlooked by Greece, but Dr Kostas Vlasis says he is addressing their needs

The diaspora of Australia, despite being robust, is often overshadowed by those of Europe and America. There was not one Greek Australian intellectual represented in the Greece 2021 committee, there …

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Zeppelin over Moudros: The night a giant German airship bombed Moudros

Keep calm and carry on. The stoic attitude shown by Londoners to German bombing in World War Two is legendary. But they had experienced it before. In the First World …

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The crisis of Domestic Violence on the agenda of the Greek Community

On the agenda of the Greek Community of Melbourne tomorrow, is a discussion about domestic violence prevention, which was organised in collaboration with White Ribbon Australia. The aim of this …

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Free tour to Medieval Athens

Visit the streets of the Athens historic centres in real time with Nota at 5pm (Sydney, Melbourne, ACT time) on Wednesday via Heygo. Nota explore the famous Athenian Byzantine chapels …

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