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11372:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Vardas on 19.09.2006

International Kytheraismos Symposium

Prime Minister Howard greets the Kytherian stalwart and icon, Professor Manuel Aroney, as Elias Marsellos looks on.

11371:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Vardas on 20.09.2006

International Kytheraismos Symposium

A display of nostalgic photographs of Kythera was mounted by the Kytherian Brotherhood of Canberra (note the copy of one of the panels from the western frieze of the Parthenon overseeing the photographic display)

11370:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Vardas on 19.09.2006

The Hellenic Club of Canberra

The venue for the 2nd International Kytheraismos Symposium was the glorious Hellenic Club of Canberra.

11369:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Vardas on 19.09.2006

Opening of Conference by Australian Prime Minister

The Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, opens the symposium.

11368:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Vardas on 19.09.2006

Opening of International Kytheraismos Symposium

Elias Marsellos welcomes delegates to the Second International Institute of Kytheraismos Symposium at Canberra on 15 September 2006 as Master of Ceremonies John Comino looks on.

11340:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Institute Of Kytheraismos on 18.09.2006

Prime Minister of Australia, John Howard with Spyro Coolentianos.

At the Kytheraismos Conference held at the Hellenic Club in Canberra from 15th to the 17th of September, 2006.

Spyro was an indefatigable member of the Sydney Organising Committee for the event.

He also serves on the Executive of the Kytherian 4 Wheel Drive Club.

11335:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by The Age, Melbourne on 18.09.2006

Kytheraismos Conference. Sept 15th - 17th September, 2006.

Migrant plans 'unfair and unwelcoming'

September 16, 2006

Michelle Grattan


Ethnic groups have declared that the proposed four-year wait for migrants to become Australian citizens is unfair and unwelcoming, and an English test would be discriminatory.

Prime Minister John Howard said yesterday the Government's planned new rules for citizenship — aimed at ensuring newcomers join the "mainstream" — would include a "fairly firm" English ...

11334:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Institute Of Kytheraismos on 18.09.2006

Kytheraismos Conference. 15th-17th September, 2006.

Canberra Times. Saturday 16th September, 2006. p. 2.

PM says nation backs migrant test.

By Sandra O’MaIIey

Prime Minister John Howard believes he has community support for his plan to test the language skills of migrants, despite opposition from ethnic groups.
The Government is planning to make new arrivals take a test confirming their language skills, as well as their knowledge of Australian history and values.
And they will have to wait ...

11333:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Institute Of Kytheraismos on 17.09.2006

Kytheraismos Conference Canberra. 15th-17th September. 2006.

Report. Front page, page 4, Sydney Morning Herald. September 16, 2006

John Howard meets Dimitri Lourandos, 3, at the gathering of Kytherans and their descendants yesterday.
Photo: Chris Lane
.

Phillip Coorey Chief Political Correspondent


Immigrants will need more than just a reasonable command of English if they want to become Australian citizens - a basic knowledge of cricket may also help.

The Prime Minister, John ...

11231:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 02.11.2006

Kytherian George Poulos. In the Class of '64.

Alan Riley's uncovering of an earlier Gilgandra Infants school photograph,
Gilgandra Infants School, 1960
prompted another school mate, Richard (Dick) Love to provide me with a photograph from our first year in High School.

The new Gilgandra High School had recently been completed, and was in pristine condition.

GILGANDRA Intermediate High School Class Photo ...

11223:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by South Coast Register on 31.08.2006

At the Launch of Robyn Florance's A Touch of Greece in Junction Street.

HISTORY: Author Robyn Florance (front right, holding book) with some of the Greek family cafe owners from the Shoalhaven who feature in her book. (Back l-r) Omiros Dinias, Helen Aroney, Theo Aroney, Tony Mosckos, Helen Panaretos, Stephanie Panaretos and (front left) Zaphira Dinias.

A great Greek story

Story: Alan Clark C
Photo: Dayle Latham


From the South Coast Register, Wednesday, August 23, page 18

Descendants of the ...

11057:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 18.08.2006

Two Kytherian children, at Gilgandra Primary School, Year 3, 1960.

Second row, 2nd from left, Toula Sklavos. Eldest daughter of Peter Sklavos, Pentes & Theodora Sklavos (nee, Sophios).

Back row, 2nd from left, George C Poulos. Eldest son of Con(standinos) Hlihlis (Tzortzo)Poulos, and Envangalia Belos (K)Coroneos.

Photograph kindly supplied by Alan Riley, Brisbane, in 2006.

My father was a very "unsentimental" man, and the Poulos family kept very few photographs and keepsakes from our youth. ...

10824:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Epsilon Magazine on 21.06.2006

Beach.....more relaxing. Stephanie unwinds.

Set in Gold. Stephanie Magiros works magic for NSW

Volume 1, Issue 5, Epsilon (Magazine), 31st May, 2006; pages 1, & 34-39

Epsilon is a new Greek-Australian magazine, which is published bi-weekly.

Volume 1, Issue 1, was launched on April 1, 2006.

It is available at all newstands in Australia, which sell the O Kosmos newspaper.


Contact <b>Epsilon</b> here ...

10823:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Epsilon Magazine on 21.06.2006

On the beach.

Relaxing......from competition.

Set in Gold. Stephanie Magiros works magic for NSW


Volume 1, Issue 5, Epsilon (Magazine), 31st May, 2006; pages 1, & 34-39

Epsilon is a new Greek-Australian magazine, which is published bi-weekly.

Volume 1, Issue 1, was launched on April 1, 2006.

It is available at all newstands in Australia, which sell the O Kosmos newspaper.


Contact <b>Epsilon</b> here ...

10688:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by John George PRINEAS on 04.06.2006

Kytherian Ball 2006

The 2006 Ball of the Kytherian Association of Australia was held at Star City Casino, SYDNEY.
Photos can be viewed at my website
http://prineas.isfriendly.com
and click at Kytherian Ball 2006

10548:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Clarence River Historical Society on 02.07.2006

Greek Independence Day celebrations. Grafton. 1946.

March 1946.

Left to right:

Older man (?)

Boy, (front), George Bernard

Boy (obscured), Spiro Notaras

Older man, back (?)

Young boy, front, Angelo Notaras

Young boy obscured, Arthur Bernard

Older man, back (?)

Tall man, front (?)

Young boy, front, Mitchell Notaras

Man back, Gordon Winfield, Member of State Parliament

Man, ...

10545:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by The Daily Examiner, Grafton on 27.05.2006

Spiro and Brinos Notaras. 1955.

At Arthur Bernards 21st Birthday party.

Group photograph, 1955

10533:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Stephen Samios on 01.07.2006

Arthur Bernards 21st.

Grafton. 1955.

Copy obtained from Chris Hatgis, May 2006.

Standing rear

1. Norman Walham

2. Angelo Hatgis (deceased, 2005)

3.

4.

5. Minas Castrissios

6.

7. (Slightly forward)George Castrissios

8.

9. (Partly obscured)

10. (Partly obscured)

11. George Bernard

12. (Rear centre, obscured)

10527:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Brotherhood Of Baltimore on 24.05.2006

Kytherian Society of Baltimore. USA.

Marching in the Greek Independence Day Mid-Atlantic Parade. August Anthony Conomos, carried the Brotherhood's banner with Joseph Link.

August Anthony Conomos is Touy Conomos Houzouris' and Diane Conomos Homberg's father.

Joseph Link is the great grandson of Sophia Trifillis George. Joseph's mother is Stephanie Panos Link. Stephanie's mother was Lili George Panos.
Lili's mother was Sophia Trifillis George.

The parade was held in Baltimore's ...

10415:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 08.05.2006

Victor Kepreotis, Prof. Manuel Aroney, Stavros Paspalas, & Angelo Crones.

At the lecture by Dr Stavros Paspalas, Deputy-Director of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, entitled Kythera: A Mediterranean Island Through Time. Sydney University

From, The Kytherian, May 2006, Page 8.

[Newsletter of the Kytherian Association of Australia.]

by, George Vardas


On 5 April 2006 more than 200 people crowded into the General Lecture Theatre in the Main Quadrangle of Sydney ...