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Greek Australians saturate Greece once again this summer!

What better way for Greek Australians to display their adoration for Greece than visiting their homeland once again this summer and enjoying the holiday of a lifetime? Athens, Rhodes, Crete, …

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Greek Australian volunteer Jane Pilot in Sierra Leone: ‘We need to look beyond our own borders’

Since returning to Melbourne from Africa, Jane Pallot is sure of one thing: the majority of middle class Australians have no idea what real poverty is. In March, the Greek …

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Uncovering family secrets through genealogy and DNA testing

A few years ago Con Drakos’ life was changed forever. Born and raised in Brisbane to parents of Asia Minor heritage, he grew up in a family of seven siblings. …

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Dardalis Archives revive the Greek migrant story at La Trobe University

Migrants move with the future in mind, but their journeys inevitably involve excising part of their past. Moving forth for a better life, little by little, they discard parts of …

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‘The Ghost of Peter Sellers’ conjures the hot director in idyllic Cyprus

A comedy genius, a new hot director and a 17th century pirate comedy filmed in idyllic Cyprus. What could possibly go wrong? You’d be surprised! Award-winning documentary ‘The Ghost of …

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Make sure your fingerprints aren’t all over it

“…when Antony and Dolabella were accused to him of plotting revolution, Caesar said: ‘I am not much in fear of these fat, long-haired fellows, but rather of those pale, thin …

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The passionate, poetic voice of Luka Lesson Haralampou

With the 2019 High School Certificate approaching later this year and his performance poem, ‘May Your Pen Grace the Page’, being a core text for Year 12 English’s Module C …

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Are Cypriot wine varieties the answer to Australia’s climate change crisis?

Clashing viewpoints show that climate change continues to be a contested issue among experts, politicians and the general public. But for those working across Australia whose livelihood depends on nature’s …

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Fiona Barbouttis-Martin proves sports and politics do mix

The often-spoken phrase ‘sports and politics don’t mix’ is used as a warning to keep both worlds apart so as not to damage the purity of athletic pursuits. However newly-elected …

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George Tambassis: The smooth yet powerful operator

George Tambassis is not one of those who feels comfortable talking about himself and his achievements. While it was pretty clear from the start that this interview was all about …