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Podcast: Paul Nicolaou is reactivating Sydney with a sense of kleos and clout

We asked Paul Nicolaou to tell us the first word that pops to mind when we say ‘future’, and he said ‘legacy’. The ancient Greeks called it kleos – noble …

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The Greek side of Immigration Minister Alex Hawke

There’s no denying that Alex Hawke, the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, is a proud Australian but he is also another example of the Greek Australian …

Podcasts

Exclusive interview: Peeling the layers of Yanis Varoufakis and the great Greek conundrum

Ancient Greek theatre shared myths and legends, bringing wonder and igniting hope in the spectators who would come and watch. For years now, many Greek citizens have seen and continue …

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From Punchbowl Mosque to Greek Archdiocese: Greek Australian Angelo Candalepas tightrope walks across the architecture of many faiths

Angelo Candalepas has humble beginnings, the son of parents from the same village near Tripoli, central Greece, who came to Australia for a better life. At great personal sacrifice, they …

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Peeling back the layers of Arthur Sinodinos, Australia’s Kefalonian Ambassador to the United States

 Much has been written about the US elections, and Australia’s Ambassador to the US, Arthur Sinodinos, has been busy analysing, answering media questions, advising Australia’s government. He may have …

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