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Dialogue

FORGETTING CYPRUS

Over the course of the four decades since the invasion and occupation of Cyprus by Turkey, the nature of it has gradually been transformed.

Life

Radiant Pavilion welcomes eight Greek creatives

The Melbourne Contemporary Jewellery and Object Biennial is now on.

Life

Lalor North Primary School’s Greek bilingual program helps kids learn better English too

There’s the faint smell of orange peel, spanakopita and sharpened pencils during lunch break at the Greek prep classroom of Lalor North Primary School (LNPS), and a babel of languages …

Features

Ten years after, no comfort for grieving mother

It was 7 February 2009. After a decade of drought, Victoria’s flora had turned into flammable material. The Bureo of Meteorology had predicted a temperature of 44 degrees and the …

Features

Drumming to a metal beat

Internationally-acclaimed drummer George Kollias returns to Australia to share his extreme metal techniques with his fans

News

Kool-a Lumpur for ambitious Greek Australian

Phillip Hortis breaks into the South East Asian market by selling off 30 licensing agreements for his child care centre business in the Malaysian capital.

Features

The stones of Kontias

Jim Claven walks the windy streets of the Lemnian village Kontias – exploring its history and its resurrection

Dialogue

Cafes of yore

In this week’s diatribe, we sip a flat white alongside Dean while looking at the cafes of yesteryear.

Life

Napoleonic proportions

At 43, Napoleon Perdis has become one of the most well recognised makeup artists in the world and has taught thousands in his makeup Academies.

Dialogue

Evangelismos church: The real story

The construction of the Evangelismos Church in Melbourne, commencing in 1900, was the keystone of our foundation myth as a Greek community in Victoria.

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