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Melina Aslanidou wants to bring ‘a celebration of joy’ to the Antipodes Festival

As the weekend approaches, Melina Aslanidou is preparing to take the stage at the Antipodes Festival in Melbourne. The acclaimed international singer and former The...

Luka Lesson talks all things love ahead of Greek Festival of Sydney live show

Greek Australian poet, storyteller, and performer Luka Haralampou (aka Luka Lesson) is set to take the stage at this year’s Greek Festival of Sydney...

Education leader hated Greek school but uses Antipodes Festival to share its benefits

By Μary Sinanidis It’s Saturday morning, just one week before the Antipodes Festival on Saturday and Sunday, 24 and 25 February. Dr Nick Dallas is...

Celebrating 20 years: Nia Karteris and the legacy of Greek Fest Darling Harbour

In the heart of Sydney's cultural calendar every year stands the Greek Fest at Darling Harbour, a vibrant celebration of Greek culture that has...

Antipodes is near: How Leonidas Vlahakis became an expert on Greek festivals

By Mary Sinanidis Leonidas Vlahakis is a beloved figure within Melbourne’s vibrant Greek community. Recognisable by his trademark dark-rimmed glasses, he is somewhat of a...

Long lost love: Greek couple from Canberra get their unexpected happy ever after

Are you someone who’s lost all hope and decided to give up on love and finding “the one”? What if we told you it’s never...

Karpathian Association of Canberra holds annual BBQ ahead of 65th anniversary celebrations

The Karpathian Progressive Association of Canberra came together on Sunday, February 11 to host their annual BBQ and cutting of the Vasilopita event. The event...

Anastasia and Dimitri Markakis share their secret to navigating long-distance love

Have you ever met a person and instantly clicked, only to find they live on the other side of the world?  Newlywed couple Anastasia and...

Same-sex marriage in Greece: Locals have their say

By Kathy Karageorgiou Same-sex marriage in a civil, rather than religious context, is a bill due to be passed – or perhaps rejected – by Greek Parliament...

Meet Odysseus Sun: The 20-year-old Chinese student with a passion for Greek

Yiyang Sun – or Odysseus as he prefers to be called – first caught my attention during a quick scroll on social media one...
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