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Paying tribute to old masters’ paintings

Award winning Melbourne photographer Bill Gekas talks about his muse, 5-year-old daughter Athena, and pushing boundaries with portrait photography

Dialogue

ΣΗΜΑΙΑ (Flags)

«Την ελληνική σημαία, μάνα μου την αγαπώ. Έχει του ουρανού το χρώμα και στη μέση το σταυρό.»

Dialogue

Elegy for Anthea

Dean Kalimniou pays homage to Greek Australian songstress Anthea Sidiropoulos and her impact on Greek music in Australia.

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Long live the Tote – Never Say Die!

Living by the Tote’s motto of Never Say Die!, publican Andy Portokallis did everything he could to revive the Tote, after it’s short-lived closure.

Sport

The Senna file

A look into the tragic accident that led to the loss of Ayrton Senna during the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, and the lessons learnt.

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The church at Panagia Soumela

Iason Athanasiadis reports on the first church service held at the Monastery of Panagia Soumela in Trabazon, Turkey in 88 years.

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When Ian Fleming picked my grandfather to steal Nazi secrets

When naval intelligence officer Ian Fleming set up a secret commando unit during World War II, among those handpicked for duty was Theo Ionides – my grandfather

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Sydney welcomes the 22nd Greek Film Festival

Aliki Vougiouklaki meets Alex & Eve.

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Ladette to lady

What if hit TV show Ladette to Lady took on a Greek spin, transforming the aneprokopi amongst us into the ladies we know they can be?

Sport

Rasic: Puskas said I was crazy before Australia played Greece

In 1970, former Australian national team manager Rale Rasic was told by Ferenc Puskas that his coaching methods were ‘crazy’ before a friendly against Greece.