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8734:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Stella Aird (nee, Kelly) on 22.12.2005

Hamish Jack Aird, with cousin ..........Ulgiati.

Hamish was born on 14.10.05.

Parents are Jonathan and Michelle Aird.

Ms Ulgiati is the daughter of Eleyna and Jonathon's elder sister, Kristi.

Father of Hamish, Jonathon, is the only son of proud parents Stella Aird (nee, Kelly), and David Aird, originally from Scotland.

Stella, in turn, is the daughter of Chris(anthe) Kelly (nee, Yeoryopoulos), from Potamos, Kythera.

Chris and her husband, Paul Kelly, owned the ABC Cafe, ...

8733:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Stella Aird (nee, Kelly) on 22.12.2005

Hamish Jack Aird, held by aunty Eleyna Beed (nee, Aird).

Hamish was born 14.10.05

Parents are Jonathan and Michelle Aird.

Hamish is flanked by cousins, Georgia & Isabella Ulgiati [who are the daughters of Eleyna and Jonathon's elder sister, Kristi], and Eleyna's sons, Nicholas and Toby Beed.

Proud grandad, David Aird, is standing (obscured) on the left hand side of the photograph.

Father of Hamish, Jonathon, is the only son of proud parents Stella Aird (nee, Kelly), and David Aird, originally ...

8731:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Stella Aird (nee, Kelly) on 22.12.2005

Hamish Jack Aird, in the arms of aunty, Eleyna Beed (nee, Aird).

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8730:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Stella Aird (nee, Kelly) on 22.12.2005

Hamish Jack Aird.

Born 14.10.05

Parents of the baby are Jonathan and Michelle Aird.

Jonathon is the only son of proud parents Stella Aird (nee, Kelly), and David Aird, originally from Scotland.

Stella, in turn, is the daughter of Chris(anthe) Kelly (nee, Yeoryopoulos), from Potamos, Kythera.

Chris and her husband, Paul Kelly, owned the ABC Cafe, Gilgandra, for many decades.

8727:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Stella Aird (nee, Kelly) on 22.12.2005

Stella Aird (nee, Kelly), with Hamish Jack Aird.

Born 14.10.05

Parents of the baby are Jonathan and Michelle Aird.

Jonathon is the only son of proud parent [holding the baby], Stella Aird (nee, Kelly), and David Aird, originally from Scotland.

Stella, in turn, is the daughter Chris(anthe) Kelly (nee, Yeoryopoulos), from Potamos, Kythera.

Chris and her husband, Paul Kelly, owned the ABC Cafe, Gilgandra, for many decades.

8652:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 04.12.2005

The Leontsini delegation.....

...group photograph with the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. John Howard, Wednesday 30th November, 2005.

Left to Right:

Arthur Sinodinis (Chief of Staff)

Professor Manuel Aroney

Professor George Leontsinis

Athanasia Glykofridi-Leontsini

John Howard

George Poulos

Paul Levantis

8651:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 04.12.2005

The Leontsini delegation...

...sharing a joke whilst preparing for a group photograph with the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. John Howard, Wednesday 30th November, 2005.

Left to Right:

Arthur Sinodinis (Chief of Staff)

Professor Manuel Aroney

Professor George Leontsinis

Athanasia Glykofridi-Leontsini

John Howard

George Poulos

Paul Levantis

8650:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 04.12.2005

The Prime Minister of Australia, Mr John Howard, showing an even keener interest in Kytherian affairs,

...in deep discussion with Professors Athanasia Glykofridi-Leontsini, (Modern Greek Philosophy, and Aesthetics), and George Leontsinis (Modern Hellenic History and Didactics), Wednesday 30th November, 2005.

8649:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 08.12.2005

The Prime Minister of Australia, Mr John Howard, showing a very keen interest in Kytherian affairs..

... in deep discussion with Professors Athanasia Glykofridi-Leontsini, (Modern Greek Philosophy, and Aesthetics), and George Leontsinis (Modern Hellenic History and Didactics), Wednesday 30th November, 2005.

8603:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Association Of Australia on 01.12.2005

Leontsinis' visit to Canberra & Sydney.

Tuesday 29th November, to Thursday, 8th December, 2005.

"What does the island of Kythera produce in great abundance"?
"Paksimathya, beautiful honey, and Professors at Universities around the world"!

From an island of 2,900 inhabitants, no less than 27 Professors belong to the Omilos Kythirion Panepistimiakon - Association of Kytherian University Professors. Contrast that with any town in Australia, with the same population - say, Gilgandra in ...

8598:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Association Of Australia on 01.12.2005

Leontsinis Visit to Canberra & Sydney.

Tuesday 29th November, to Thursday, 8th December, 2005.

"What does the island of Kythera produce in great abundance"?
"Paksimathya, beautiful honey, and Professors at Universities around the world"!

From an island of 2,900 inhabitants, no less than 27 Professors belong to the Omilos Kythirion Panepistimiakon - Association of Kytherian University Professors. Contrast that with any town in Australia, with the same population - say, Gilgandra in ...

8582:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by John Papadopoulos on 27.11.2005

Professor Nikos Petrochilos and John Papadopoulos. One last book back to Australia - before boarding their plane, to return to Athens.

At the end of Nikos's triumphant 17 days, Australian visit, 3rd November, 2005.

Sydney Airport departure terminal.

The importance of the strong bond that have been forged between the island of Kythera, and the Kytherians of Athens and Pireaus; and the city of Sydney, and State of New South Wales; and the States of Queensland and Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory, (Canberra); as the result of this visit - cannot be underestimated.

Tour ...

8581:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by John Papadopoulos on 27.11.2005

Emotional embraces and kisses between newly bonded Kytherian brothers.

At the end of Nikos's triumphant Australian visit, 3rd November, 2005.

Sydney Airport departure lounge.

Professor Nikos Petrochilos, President of the Society of Kytherian Studies, Athens, and George Poulos, Secretary of the Kytherian Association of Australia, Sydney, kiss, and

John Papadopoulos, prominent Athenian businessman, and Professor Manuel Aroney, Emiritus Professor of Chemistry, Sydney University, embrace, in farewell, after an ...

8580:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by John Papadopoulos on 27.11.2005

Professor Nikos Petrochilos, with friends.

At the end of Nikos's triumphant Australian visit, 3rd November, 2005.

Sydney Airport departure lounge.

Left to right:

Professor Manuel Aroney

George Poulos, Secretary, Kytherian Association of Australia

Peter Magiros, prominent Sydney businessman

Professor Nikos Petrochilos

John Papadopoulos, prominent Athenian businessman

Tour ...

8579:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by John Papadopoulos on 27.11.2005

Professor Nikos Petrochilos and John Papadopoulos farewelled by friends.

At the end of Nikos's triumphant Australian visit, 3rd November, 2005.

Sydney Airport departure lounge.

Left to right:

Professor Nikos Petrochilos

Professor Manuel Aroney

Victor Kepreotis, President, Kytherian Association of Australia

Peter Magiros, prominent Sydney businessman

John Papadopoulos, prominent Athenian businessman

Tour ...

8576:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 09.11.2007

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8574:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Life Etc (magazine) on 22.11.2005

Claudia Karvan. Cover Girl of life etc magazine. Issue 1.

Claudia Karvan's step-father - was a Kytherian.

New from the ABC! Life etc magazine is all about the things that matter – good health, good home, good travel and good living.

Inside you'll find over 160 pages on how to be calmer, healthier, and happier. Learn how to stay younger longer with Doctor Norman Swan. Spend time exclusively with Claudia Karvan at her country retreat. Plus, how to get more energy, our wrap up of Australia's best escapes and mid-week meals ...

8547:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 19.11.2005

Olive grove of Don Kennaugh. Dubbo Road, Gilgandra.

On the left hand side as you are approaching the town.

A little way down the road is the railway crossing opposite the large silo's, which indicate that you do not have far to go before you are in the town centre.

The lower lighter green strip of trees, in front of the taller darker strip - are all olive trees - planted in very neat rows. The strip extends for hundreds of metres.

During the middle of the year 2004, I took my father, now 88 years old, on ...

8546:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 19.11.2005

George and Alexandra Protopsaltis's backyard. The longer view. Olive trees are

...still (2005) visible in the backyard of the their then Gilgandra home, 7 Morris Street, Gilgandra.

A member of the Jehovah's Witnesses now lives in the house, and he kindly allowed me into the backyard to take photographs.

The configuration of the backyard is very different to the one that prevailed from the 1950-1975 when the Psaltis family lived there.

A very large almond tree which dominated the front centre of the backyard, is no longer there. Nor ...

8545:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 08.12.2006

George & Alexandra (Proto)Psaltis's Olive trees. 70 years hence. Gilgandra, NSW.

Still (2005) in the backyard of the their then Gilgandra home, 7 Morris Street, Gilgandra.

A member of the Jehovah's Witnesses now lives in the house, and he kindly allowed me into the backyard to take photographs.

The configuration of the backyard is very different to the one that prevailed from the 1950-1975 when the Psaltis family lived there.

A very large almond tree which dominated the front centre of the backyard, is no longer there. Nor is George ...