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Yorgos Lanthimos picture Poor Things awarded Oscars as Oppenheimer wins best picture

Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster biopic Oppenheimer has won best picture at the Academy Awards with Poor Things by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos snaring four Oscar’s. It comes after Britain’s Christopher Nolan …

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Sophia, the most famous humanoid robot, speaks to Neos Kosmos

Sophia, the most famous humanoid robot, took 18 hours to come from Hong Kong to Rhodes. Her journey was full of adventures. She was delayed in customs and missed her …

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Population shift prompts blood donor plea

There’s a fresh plea for Australians who come from a variety of backgrounds to roll up their sleeves and donate blood after a study highlighted a shift in the nation’s …

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Greece reveals Eurovision 2024 entry: ‘Zari’ by Marina Satti

Greece will be rolling with ‘Zari’ (dice) performed by Marina Satti for its upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The music video for ‘Zari’ was directed by Australian filmmaker Zac Wiesel. Greek …

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Greek Language Writers’ Festival to showcase compelling literary works as part of the 42nd Greek Festival of Sydney

The Greek Language Writers’ Festival is set to unveil an array of Greek literature and culture with the addition of the Greek Language Book’s Festival. Carefully curated by experts, the …

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George Calombaris taking over Greek Sydney restaurant Alpha

Former Masterchef judge and celebrity chef George Calombaris is headed to Sydney, joining Alpha restaurant next month as a creative partner. The Melbourne-based restaurateur and cook will be taking over …

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How yiayia has helped preserve our Greek identity in Australia and the artistic value of clay

The month of March is set to be a busy one for PhD candidate Eva Boleti as she holds two events that appeal to two sides of her personality: her …

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Documentary ‘My Grandfather Papaflessas’ free screening in Melbourne

The Pammessinian Brotherhood “Papaflessas” are hosting a free screening of 2022 documentary My Grandfather Papaflessas on Sunday March 17, to coincide with the annual celebration of Greek Independence Day. The …

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Songs of the Sea, paying tribute to giants of Greek music

The 42nd Greek Festival of Sydney is presenting a musical evening of music, culture and camaraderie, celebrating some of Greece’s legendary musicians. Songs of the Sea (Τραγούδια της θάλασσας) will …

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What’s On March 9-16: Food, music, language and more

VIC Rebetiko Trio Known as the Greek blues, Rebetiko emerged in Greece in the 1920s as the music of the poor and the outlawed. Early songs were written in prisons …

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