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Chrissa Keramidas made history at the Australian Ballet

Chrissa Keramidas has her mother to thank for discovering her calling in life. The passion sparked to her seven-year-old led her dancing ballet in some of the world’s biggest stages. …

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From self-doubt to state finalist: Dana Diamataris’ inspiring journey to Miss Universe Australia

Confidence has not always come easy for Dana Diamataris, a beautiful Greek girl from Melbourne, who is today one of the State Finalists for Miss Universe Australia 2024. “More than …

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‘Thank You for Your Time’: Charissa Bossinakis laughs off internet trolls

Internet users can agree that online interactions can sometimes be toxic and strange. Charissa Bossinakis turns these personal experiences into comedy in her new show, “Thank You for Your Time” …

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Dream comes true for Greek Aussie lawyer, he’s heading to Oxford

Greek Australian lawyer and community leader Alexander Batsis has been awarded a scholarship to pursue studies at the University of Oxford in England. Batsis was one of 16 to be …

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Maraya’s journey to authenticity: Empowering women to speak their truth

“The power we have to create the kind of world we really want to live in, genuinely rests in the capacity we have to give voice to the things that …

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Girlsplain: Ali Kitinas and Jodie Matthews take on mansplaining with new podcast

Have you ever been ‘mansplained’ to? Greek Australian Ali Κitinas believes the experience is common for women. “I think most women have a pretty negative experience of being mansplained to. …

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George Kapiniaris’ Big Fat Greek Show turns comedy into a party

Actor and comedian George Kapiniaris, known for his role as Memo in hit Greek Aussie sitcom Acropolis Now, is bringing his latest stage show, The Big Fat Greek Music & …

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Exploring the Greek legacy in Chile: Unveiling centuries of heritage

Hellenes are scattered across the globe; we are the Diaspora, yet we rarely think of a country like Chile. Yet there are almost 4,000 Chileans of Greek descent here, making …

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Kaliopi celebrates blueswomen for International Women’s Day

Women most get the blues, especially in a male-dominated music industry. Greek Australian blues artist Kaliopi Stavropoulos aims to shift that. The Greek Australian blues artist Kaliopi Stavropoulos who heads …

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A Galaxy far, far away: Peruvian Greeks

Greeks have traversed near and far, and Peru is far – a galaxy far, far away, not just in geography but also in language and food. Yet when I “navigated” …

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