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Varvara Ioannou’s book ‘Her Voice’, officially launched in highly emotional, enthusiastic atmosphere

The official launch of Varvara Ioannou’s book ‘Her Voice – Greek Women and Their Friends’ took place with great success last Sunday 12 Dec afternoon at the Alphington Grammar School. …

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How a Melbourne library makes a difference to people’s lives

Even when libraries across Victoria had to shut their doors due to the ongoing lockdowns, they never stopped caring for their communities, looking for ways to support them during the …

Life

The ABC of Christmas

It is usually at the term of the season that the familiar lament takes place: Christmas is just an excuse to sell things. It is overhyped. It is a day …

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Varvara Ioannou’s ground-breaking stories in “Her Voice, Greek Women and Their Friends”

Varvara Athanasiou-Ioannou, one of the most dynamic women of the Greek community, has left her imprint indelibly marked in many sectors. For the last 20 years, she has devoted her …

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Chris Macheras’ “Old Vintage Melbourne” flying off the shelves

From a lockdown pass time to a book, industrial relations lawyer, artist and self proclaimed history enthusiast Chris Macheras has created a Melburnian cultural zeitgeist. After launching his book Old …

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The book launch on Imbros and Tenedos

The Australian Institute of Macedonian Studies in collaboration with the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria, the Cypriot Community of Melbourne, the Panarcadian Federation of Australia, the  fraternities of Imvrian …

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Best book in Europe is Greek: Christos Homenidis wins Prix du Livre Europeen

Christos Homenidis’ book “Victory” (Niki) won the Prix du Livre Europeen (European Book Prize), one of the most important distinctions in the field of literature. Mr Homenidis said, “The awarding of …

Coach, author Cathy Dimarchos prepares us for a changing world

Change is the theme that most defines the work of Sydney life and business coach, mentor speaker and author Cathy Dimarchos. Her most recent work “Same People Different Vision” was …

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Christos Tsiolkas wins $60,000 literary award

Greek-Australian author Christos Tsiolkas, has won one of Australia’s richest literary prizes, in light of his “outstanding contribution to Australian literature and to cultural and intellectual life” according to the …

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Andrew Pippos’ “Lucky’s” wins 2021 Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction

Andrew Pippos’ “Lucky’s” is the winner of the 2021 Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction. Elizabeth Tan, who won the 2020 prize for her short story collection Smart Ovens for …

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