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submitted by Steven Feld on 10.08.2011
Does anyone know of anyone who is coming to Kythira from Athens and can take some stuff of mine,or anyone who transports from Athens to Kythira?
submitted by John Fardoulis on 08.08.2011
As well as the We Dig Kythira land digs, some of us were also involved in an underwater excavation of the Mentor shipwreck.
News of the project has put Kythera on the map this week in terms of Greek newspapers, web sites and TV coverage.
submitted by Rebecca Messina on 29.07.2011
I am thrilled to have found this website since I am 76 yrs old and not too good with computers. I am looking for any/all information about my relatives, beginning with my grandfather,FR Kosma Leontarakis who married Maria Petrochilou both were from...
submitted by John Fardoulis on 28.06.2011
We've set up a specific We Dig Kythira micro portal.
The address is www.krg.org.au/dig.
Bookmark it and visit regularly in July.
Information will be updated on a regular basis throughout July, providing an immersive and interactive...
submitted by Archaeological Institute Of Athens, Sydney on 28.06.2011
Important Greek Archaeologist Dr Christina Papastamati von Moock will visit Uni of Sydney next month and will give a GREEK LANGUAGE lecture on her work on the Theatre of Dionysos on the south slope of the Acropolis. 14 July. Go to http://www.aaia.cha...
submitted by Peter (Panagiotis) Prineas on 23.06.2011
David Cameron calls for unity over EU strategy on Greece
The Telegraph 23 June 2011
... In the House of Commons, yesterday Mr Cameron was again quizzed on Britain's commitments to Greece and he repeated that Britain would not be involved in a n...
submitted by Len Eaton on 15.06.2011
back in the 1950's my mother was a waitress in George's Oasis Cafe in Collins St, Hobart. George was a tall, dark-haired man with a big heart and hearty manner. As a boy in high school I worked at his fish shop further up the street, the Galaxy. I'm...
George and Heraklia Protopsaltis of Spit Junction in Sydney were a great part of that community. I knew from working nearby at Line & Co, a small department store. My younger (late) sister worked in their café as a waitress, we were made to feel mor...
submitted by Kytherian Ball Sydney on 07.06.2011
The 89th Annual, Kytherian Association of Australia, Debutante Ball, will be held on
Saturday 18th June
Le Montage Bayside Events Centre,
38 Frazer Street,
Download a .pdf colour brochure, here:
submitted by Raymond Sorenson on 27.05.2011
George and I saw each other for a lot of years, he would wash the streets of Byron and we, as kids would be doing our paper run for Berny Donlan. We always had respect for this beautiful soul. I wrote the Tribute to George Feros song when I was 18, I...
submitted by Spiro Coolentianos on 27.05.2011
The Kytherian 4WD & Recreation Club
together with the Kytherian Soccer Club
Annual Charity Trivia Night
4th June 2011
Randwick Labor Club
135 Alison Road, Randwick
Time: 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start
Yes, its on again, come along f...
submitted by Gary Carruthers on 24.05.2011
Can anyone help me? My grandfather was named Michael Daowlis, born 1883 at Kalamatta in Greece. He married in Sydney in 1930 and died at Newcastle in 1938. According to his death certificate his parents names were John, a ships captain & Mary L...
submitted by Susie Aylett on 20.05.2011
I so hope you read this notice Board. It's Susie Aylett I hope you remember me from Heathrow !! I am living in Australia, have been for many years now. I saw a Doco on your beautiful Island...and I saw You with your Son, so I don't know yo...
submitted by Alexander Prineas on 19.05.2011
NEWS: Peter Prineas has just launched his new books website!
Learn more about Peter’s books, view photographs, read book reviews and sample texts.
The website also explains the Bingara Roxy story.
Peter’s books include:
submitted by John Fardoulis on 13.05.2011
Just sending out a reminder for people in Brisbane regarding a Community Archaeology/We Dig Kythera talk at The Greek Club on Tuesday night, May 17th.
The talk is part of the Paniyiri festival and Archaeology Week, in conjunction with the...
submitted by Anna Foroozani on 09.05.2011
Hi, I am an Australian-Greek who will be staying in Kythera for the month of July with my husband. I'm going to be participating in an archaeological excavation in July and require accommodation for the month. and would like to inquire if any Austral...
submitted by Peter Samios on 09.05.2011
The Kytherian Association of Australia again hosted the Nicholas Anthony Aroney Encouragement Awards and Dinner Dance for 2011. It is with much pride that we hold this event every year to not only honour our last year’s HSC students but also to remem...
submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 02.05.2011
You are invited to attend the launch of
George his passion
St George Greek Orthodox Church
90 Newcastle Street,
Rose Bay NSW 2029
(Phone: 9371 9929)
Wednesday 4 May 2011
Download a beautiful colour invitat...
submitted by Roxy Theatre, Bingara, NSW on 02.05.2011
Australian-Kytherians & Australian-Hellenes note.
A reminder that the Greek invasion of Bingara is on Landline, on ABC TV Channel 2, on Sunday 8 May 2011 at noon!
The programme is a comprehensive review of events that occurred in Bingara, NSW -...
submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.04.2011
Diggers and Greeks
Presenter: Maria Hill
As the 70th Anniversary of the Greek campaign in the Second World War approaches join historian and author Maria Hill as she discusses the campaign from the often ignored Greek perspective. How did the...
Hi Tracy . I am the daughter of Con Trifyllis and lived in Coffs Harbour for many...
Sorry I haven't replied until now. Anastasia Coukoulis is my great grandfather Antonio Mazaraki's sister.
Aristidis Nikolas Megalokonomos was born in 1873. He was one of 10 children born to Nikolas Dimitrios Megalokonomos and Theohari...
Dear Kytherians and Phylo-Kytherians,
The KSOCA is pleased to invite you to participate in our GLOBAL "ZOOM" Panigyri 2021 !
During the last...
About 5 minutes into the program Ada Margariti, who is an Attorney at Law, speaks about how she came to...
Interviewed during his visit to Australia, 2013.
August 17, 2010
103.2 HOPE - radio station
You’ve heard of PhDs in science, medicine and education but have you...
Brisbane kytherians at paliochora excursion ..exploring the wonderful site and seeing all the churches .. this one is called ' e...
Gorgeous Ruby! Ruby's father was Evangelo Megaloconomos born 7 September 1891, died 29 January 1983
Ruby was born 16 September...
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Dear Kytherians and Phylo-Kytherians,
The KSOCA is pleased to invite you to participate in our GLOBAL "ZOOM" Panigyri 2021 !...
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Would like to be in contact with the Georgopoulos family as I have original studio portrait of...