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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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WHAT’S ON Guide: Greek-inspired events across Australia, 22 August onward

VIC ‘MALAKAS WITH ATTITUDE’ DINNER + SHOW Catch George Kapiniaris’ latest comedy show ‘Malakas with Attitude’ at Eleni’s Kitchen + Bar (28 Anderson St, Yarraville) on Friday 23 August at …

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Meet Greece’s first museum education dog, helping to increase participation and learning

The University of Crete’s Museum of Natural History has had a new, and rather unique, member join its team: Ravel, an affectionate Labrador. The first museum education dog in Greece, …

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Free lecture: Voyage of the SS Corsica from Cyprus to Australia in 1951-52

On 13 December, 1951 the SS Corsica left Limassol with 761 Cypriot migrants for Australia and was the first ship to leave Cyprus with so many emigrants. Arriving at Fremantle …

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Chevening Scholarships offered to Greek students wishing to study in the UK

Chevening Scholarships are awarded to individuals with demonstrable leadership potential who also have strong academic backgrounds. The scholarship offers full financial support for future leaders to study for any eligible …

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Greek students win big at 26th International Mathematics Competition, taking home gold and silver medals

Greek students competing in this year’s International Mathematics Competition (IMC) in Bulgaria have won big, taking home one gold medal and two silver. Representing Greece were Kyprianos Iason Prodromidis, Sotiris …

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WHAT’S ON Guide: Greek-inspired events across Australia, 8 August onward

VIC  OPEN JAM – GREEK FUSION BEATS This Friday 9 August OPEN JAM ‘Καφενειο‘ presents a journey from Crete to the urban streets of Melbourne at Bar Open (317 Brunswick St, …

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How ‘Your Thoughts on Greece’ project became a global education movement

Greek Australian language institute owner Eirini Stroumba Xanthea wanted the Greek students at her frontistirio to get their noses out of the textbooks and stop seeing the lessons as mere …

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Free lecture about the fall of Athens to Rome

History buffs have the chance to see Macquarie University’s Professor of Ancient History Ian Worthington give a lecture about the fall of Athens to Rome this month at the Greek …

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Immigration Museum may no longer be a space for immigrants

On July 19, a small report appeared in the Herald Sun on the proposed name change for the Immigration Museum to Museum of Shared Humanity. The Immigration Museum began life …