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Peacocks at Myrtidia

submitted by Kiriaki Orfanos on 11.05.2012


Am I right in remembering peacocks at Myrtidia and are they still there?

ALEX KONDOS MEMORIAL LECTURE

submitted by Greek Orthodox Community Of St George, Brisbane on 02.05.2012


GALLIPOLI 1915: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE GREEKS Professor Christopher Mackie (La Trobe University, Melbourne) 7.30 pm Monday 14 May 2012 The Greek Club 29-31 Edmonstone Street, South Brisbane View / Download a .pdf copy of this Invitat...

Casimaty-Kassimati-Kasimati

submitted by Michael Casimaty on 19.04.2012


Hi My Name is Michael Casimaty 57 Years of age (previously Kassimati or Kasimati I Think) and our place of residence is Millicent (South Eastern end of ) South Australia - Australia Looking for any info on my ancestors I don’t seem to have much i...

Photographic Art Exhibition by Elise Hilder

submitted by Elise Hilder on 14.04.2012


★★★☆ What Remains of The Day, Greece / Australia ☆★★★ Exhibition runs from 1st May - 12th May Opening Night Inviitation: 6 pm Saturday, 5th May View / download a .pdf Invitation below: Griffith University Exhibition.pdf Griffith Univer...

Kourgeraki(s)

submitted by Judy Lindsay on 05.04.2012


Has anyone got any information on this surname from Crete? Judy L (in Australia)

Hi my name is Sharrene Comino and I am searching for some information regarding the ancestors of Stavrianos Nicholas Comino who is mentioned in the newspaper article below.

submitted by Sharrene Comino on 05.04.2012


Posted in an Australian Newspaper 9/3/1934 FAMILY'S LONGEVITY. Death at 100. Like Old Man Patriarch. There died in the little village of Ntourianica, not far from the town of Potamos, on Ihe island of Cerigo, one of the Ionian group, on Feb...

Dr. Archie KALOKERINOS

submitted by Kytherian Funeral Notification on 05.03.2012


Notice of his funeral service 28.09.1927 - 01.03.2012 Beloved husband of Catherine. Adored father of Ann, Helen and Peter. Peacefully on 1 March 2012 Family and friends are warmly invited to attend Archie's service of Thanksgiving at St M...

Invitation to join 3 fully-escorted luxury ANZAC tours

submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 29.01.2012


Premium Holidays invites you to join our military historian Dr Maria Hill on 3 fully-escorted luxury ANZAC tours. Premium holidays, the Mediterranean travel specialists, have designed three luxury Anzac tours to Turkey, Greece and Crete for...

******KARAVITIKO SYMPOSIUM 2012******

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 14.01.2012


Γιορτη του Αγιου Χαραλαμπου The Karavitiko Symposium invites you to come along and enjoy a superb luncheon to celebrate την ημερα του Αγιου Χαραλαμπου On: Sunday 12th February 2012 At: All Saints Greek Orthodox Hall...

Notaras family Friligianika

submitted by Stratis Notaras on 21.12.2011


Hello, my name is Steven Notaras Iam just curious to find out out a little more about the Notaras family and how far the name dates back, who are relatives and so on. Any Information would be greatly appreciated.

Reminder - Sydney Uni Talk, this Wednesday - Mentor Shipwreck - Which Sank off Kythera in 1802 Carrying 17 Crates of Parthenon Marbles

submitted by John Fardoulis on 05.12.2011


This is reminder about the talk at Sydney University on Wednesday night. We’ll be showing exclusive footage shot on the wreck. A flyer is here: http://krg.org.au/sydney-mentor-talk.pdf A link to coverage from the ERT NET morning program i...

protopsaltis family of Mosman in NSW

submitted by Len Eaton on 30.11.2011


well, I had a great email from Cosmo, the eldest son of George and Heraklia very recently. Will certainly ring Heraklia very shortly and say hello again. Len Eaton

Roxy 'Complex' boosted and enhanced by funding from all levels of Australian Government

submitted by George Poulos on 28.11.2011


Supplemenary to Peter Prineas' Roxy message: I spent the first few days of last week in Bingara, attending a Roxy Museum meeting. It is my exquisite pleasure to report the following: 1. The foundations have been laid for the TAFE Hospital...

Bingara's Greek Museum gets State Government grant

submitted by Peter (Panagiotis) Prineas on 23.11.2011


Plans for a Greek Museum at the Roxy at Bingara, north-western NSW, were greatly advanced this week with the announcement of a major grant from the State Government. Under the 2012 Arts Funding Program, the Museum is to receive $94,500. The funds...

sad news about Jim Gavriles

submitted by Ellena Galtos on 21.11.2011


Just wanted to let people know that Jim Gavriles, someone who contributed a fair bit to this web site (at least when I was more active on it) passed away in the US overnight. I think he was 67 years old. Sorry to report such sad news, but I thought...

Cominos / Komino

submitted by Kym Smiley on 18.11.2011


I am looking for the family of a lady who ? married a Comino/Cominos in Kingaroy in the late 1950's. She worked or they owned the Busy Bee Cafe in Haley St. Thanks Kym

accomodations

submitted by Steven Feld on 16.11.2011


Kalimera, I am looking for accmodations anywhere on the island.Please contact me if you have any information. sf

Vintage photos of Agia Pelagia

submitted by Spiro Zantiotis on 04.11.2011


Does anyone have any vintage photos of Agia Pelagia taken from the sea looking to land? I am looking to find some images of what the village looked like back in the 20's/30's or before there was too much development. Thanks Spiro Zantiotis

'Katsehamos and the Great Idea' now available as an eBook

submitted by Alexander Prineas on 17.10.2011


The true story of young Greeks in the early 20th century who were called upon to fight endless wars for Greece's 'Great Idea'. As teenagers they emigrated to Missouri, USA. Later, after returning to fight in the Balkan Wars, the exhaustion of their c...

*****Gourmet Traveller Magazine*****

submitted by Australian Gourmet Traveller on 12.10.2011


October edition of Gourmet Traveller, ON SALE NOW, and available in Newsagents and Supermarkets, throughout Australia. Author: Gourmet Traveller Magazine When Published: October 2011 Publisher: Australian Consolidated Press Magazines Available:...