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Interviews

‘It’s in our blood’: Harry and Mario Kapoulas make their mark on the Cronulla food scene

Growing up in Sydney’s south western suburb of Casula, Harry and Mario Kapoulas were always surrounded by a loving Greek family who taught them...

‘A unique experience’: National Museum curator Dr Withycombe on the ‘Ancient Greeks’ exhibition

Photo Left: National Museum curator Dr Lily Withycombe. Photo (R) courtesy of WA Museum Boola Bardip

Musician, George Doukas, resists the temptation to follow music trends

When we sit down with George Doukas for an interview following his amazing live music performance on The Greek Herald’s Facebook page, he describes...

Nicholas Bandounas: Meet the architect designing the new Australian War Memorial entrance

It’s likely you’ve come across Nick Bandoundas before. Not in the flesh, but through his designs. Bandoundas says it was a twist of fate...

Athanasios Avgoustis: The pioneering ethos of the first Kastellorizian to settle in WA

A brief search through the history of the Greek community in Western Australian all points back to one man – Athanasios Avgoustis. He is...

Cookbook author Meni Valle brings Ikaria to Australia

Meni Valle is a Richmond-based food educator and the author of several best-selling Greek Mediterranean cookbooks.  When Valle isn’t running cooking and culinary tours in...

‘Improvise, adapt, overcome’: Why pilot Adoni Petrandonakis made a career shift during the pandemic

A professional pilot for nearly two decades, Adoni Petrandonakis has travelled extensively as part of his work and has held various senior training and...

‘Looking forward to it’: Greek businesses in Sydney prepare for Freedom Day

It’s been four months since Bill Papas from Bill’s Barber Shop in Willoughby has cut the hair of his loyal customers due to the...

Sandy Constantopedos: The Sydney security technician with the voice of an angel

56-year-old Sydney man, Sandy Constantopedos, has many hidden talents. He’s not only an electrician and security technician, but he has also sung for the...

Mary and Alex Odontiadis: The story behind two names set in stone in SA’s Migration Museum

Nearly 3000 pavers engraved with names of people and their respective origin make up the Settlement Square in South Australia’s Migration Museum. Among those are...
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