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Ariadne’s red thread is a link to freedom from the labyrinth

Alkisti Pitsaki has devised “audio theatre”, Αριάδνη/Ariadne, as part of her MA in Theatre and Direction for the Victorian College of Arts (VCA). The 24-year-old has been through the maze …

Greek olive oil companies celebrate success at Olive Japan

Competing with 811 olive oils from 27 countries, Greek companies took home 77 medals from Olive Japan 2021: 19 Gold awards and 58 Silvers. In its tenth year, this international …

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What’s On 7 October – 14 October

QLD GREECE 2021 GALA BALL The Greece 2021 – Queensland Celebrates Organising Committee presents the “Greece 2021 Gala Ball”. When: 20 November, 6:30pm Where: The Greek Club, 29 Edmondstone Street, …

Greek workers’ league to hold “Equinox” exhibition in November

The Greek Democritus Workers League will hold the inaugural “Equinox” art exhibition in early November at the Steps Gallery in Melbourne. The title of the exhibition is drawn from the …

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International students learn about agriculture and sustainability in Chania

The Study in Greece web portal aims to draw the spotlight on Greek universities and their comparative advantages. Increasing concern over environmental, biodiversity and food safety issues in the Mediterranean …

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Gripped by the hand of Nergal: What COVID-19 can tell us about Cyprus, copper, and collapse in the Late Bronze Age (1500-1200 BCE)

Nergal and Amarna Our tale begins in Akhetaten, the short-lived (1346-1332 BCE) city founded by the heretic king Akhenaten in the 14th century BCE. Akhenaten lived in a globalised world …

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Campaign to Protect Fairfield’s Ancient Greece Inspired Amphitheatre

A campaign is underway to obtain heritage protection for Melbourne’s iconic Ancient Greece inspired amphitheatre on the banks of the Yarra in Fairfield. It follows on the recent threats to …

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Power of well-worn Greek phrase saves the day for a troubled traveller

1990 was a heady year for the world. The polar opposite of 2020/1. If 1967 was the Summer of Love, 1990’s was the Summer of Optimism. The Berlin Wall had …

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What’s On 30 September – 7 October

QLD BRISBANE POWERHOUSE: MAZE A new visual theatre work fuses the ancient with the new to deliver a fresh take on the origin story of Greek mythologies infamous Minotaur. When: …

Fronditha Care opens $22million 90-bed St Albans facility ahead of schedule

Fronditha Care opened its new 90-bed facility as St Albans on Tuesday. Sixty residents have moved into the new $22 million building that was completed ahead of schedule. The CEO …

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