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submitted by The Daily Examiner, Grafton on 30.10.2014

Spiro and Angelo Notaras eating ice cream at “ The Proms” concert the Saraton Theatre .

"Biggest event to hit Grafton in 25 years"

Grafton Examiner, 28th Oct 2014

Clair Morton


GRAFTON'S Afternoon at the Proms may have even been better than the real thing.

Angelo Notaras thinks so, and judging by the crowd's enthusiastic standing ovations on Sunday afternoon, they do too.

An Afternoon at the Proms, based on the Proms Concert of London, was a first for the Clarence Valley and included all the classics, ...

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submitted by Aphrodite Kringas on 20.10.2014

George Coroneos Obituary

View / download a .pdf copy of the eulogy, here:

Coroneos euology all pages s.pdf

GEORGE CORONEOS
was born in Piraeus, Greece on 22 April 1922. His parents were Panagiotis Coroneos and Aphrodite (nee Coroneos) from Karavas, Kythera, where the family spent many months of the year. Their "paratsoukli" (nickname) was "Faganas". George was the youngest of 8 children. His father was an exporter ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 22.09.2014

Professor Sarah Kenderdine, surrounded by the visual data displayed at 360°

Sydney Morning Herald, September 18, 2014

Linda Morris

360 degree data-browser

Professor Sarah Kenderdine has developed an interactive digital browser for Museum Victoria allowing 80,000 previously unseen objects in the Museum's collection to be viewed by museum visitors. The data-browser is the first of its kind in the world.

View the audio-visual clip of how the technology works. It is embedded in the link at:

http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/digital-cinema-will-allow-visitors-to-explore-museum-archives-20140918-10ebkh.html

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.09.2014

The late Rita Comino hands over the Olympic torch to Nick Politis

Bay Street Brighton le Sands, Sydney June 4 2000

Nicholas (Nick) George Politis

Nick Politis is one of five Australian-Kytherian’s to receive Australian honours in 2014. On the Queen’s birthday he was made a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia, for significant service to rugby league football as an administrator.

He could equally have been bestowed with the honour as one of Kytherian-Australia’s, Greek-Australia’s, and ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.09.2014

Nick Politis. Around the Roosters Rugby League Football club they call him ‘Uncle Nick’ or ‘The Godfather’

Nicholas (Nick) George Politis

Nick Politis is one of five Australian-Kytherian’s to receive Australian honours in 2014. On the Queen’s birthday he was made a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia, for significant service to rugby league football as an administrator.

He could equally have been bestowed with the honour as one of Kytherian-Australia’s, Greek-Australia’s, and Australia’s most prominent and successful businessmen.
...

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.09.2014

George, Aryiro, Nick and Maria Politis, 1958

Nicholas (Nick) George Politis

Nick Politis is one of five Australian-Kytherian’s to receive Australian honours in 2014. On the Queen’s birthday he was made a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia, for significant service to rugby league football as an administrator.

He could equally have been bestowed with the honour as one of Kytherian-Australia’s, Greek-Australia’s, and Australia’s most prominent and successful businessmen.
...

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.09.2014

Nicholas (Nick) George Politis

Nick Politis is one of five Australian-Kytherian’s to receive Australian honours in 2014. On the Queen’s birthday he was made a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia, for significant service to rugby league football as an administrator.

He could equally have been bestowed with the honour as one of Kytherian-Australia’s, Greek-Australia’s, and Australia’s most prominent and successful businessmen.

His AM citation also mentions: Philanthropic ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 09.09.2014

Rooster booster: Nick Politis. Photo: James Alcock

Nick Politis was born in the Patrikio Scholi in Karavas in 1942. He has a deep affection for Karavas, Ayia Pelagia, and Kythera generally. In 2014 he was awarded the Order of Australia.

Nick Politis and Phil Gould put friendship before football.

Sydney Morning Herald, September 8, 2014


Phil Gould lost one of the first games he coached at the Roosters. In the wash-up, Nick Politis asked him what he thought about the performance of his team.

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submitted by Mick Georgas on 27.08.2014

Angie at Agia Elessa

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 27.07.2014

Lafcadio Hearn, from an entry at protothemanews

A great book of the great man Lefcadio Hearn

protothemanews.com

Posted by newsroom in Culture Jul, 26 2014


The book of the very important Greek which was a distinguish figure of Japanese literature Lafcadios Hearn, is published again in Greece after the new interest with the launch of its new Museum in Lefkada
Lafcadios Hearn (Koizumi Yakumo, 1850-1904) was the son of the Irish Charles Hearn and of the Greek woman Rosa Kasimati.

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submitted by Mick Georgas on 25.07.2014

A reunion with family & friends at my place

A reunion with family & friends to my place -
[Standing, left to right] Harry Souris, Jim Comino, Peter Georgas (my brother), Mick Coroneos, Maria Kritharis, George Kritharis,

[Seated, left to right] Koula Souris, (Harry Souris' wife), Angela Georgas (my wife), Effie (Jims wife), Maria Georgas (my brother Peter Georgas' wife).

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submitted by Jim Cassimatis on 24.07.2014

Dimitrios Panagiotis Melitas & wife Maria

Early Photo

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submitted by Mick Georgas on 24.07.2014

A reunion with family & friends at my place

[Standing, left to right] Harry Souris, Jim Comino, Peter Georges (my brother), Mick Coroneos, Mick Georgas (me), Maria Kritharis.

[Seated, left to right] Koula Souris, (Harry Souris' wife), Maria Georges (my brother Peter Georges' wife), Effie (Jims wife).

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submitted by Mick Georgas on 23.07.2014

A reunion with family & friends at my place

[Standing, left to right]

Harry Souris (Theodosiou), Jim Comino (Theanos), Peter Georgas (my brother, Menegas), Mick Coroneos (Evgenikos), George Kritharis (Katharos), Mick Georgas (myself, Menegas)

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submitted by Mick Georgas on 25.07.2014

A reunion with family & friends at my place

A reunion with family & friends to my place -
[Standing, left to right] Harry Souris, Jim Comino, Peter Georgas (my brother), Mick Coroneos (Diladi), Maria Kritharis, George Kritharis,

[Seated, left to right] Koula Souris, (Harry Souris' wife), Angela Georgas (my wife), Effie (Jims wife), Connie (Antigoni) Coroneos, my wife's sister and Mick Coroneos' wife.

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 02.06.2014

Committee of the Kytherian Association of Australia, 2014

Front Row, Left to Right: Angelo Notaras, Kathy Samios,Victor Kepreotis, Kalie Zervos, Esther Kalligeros.

Back Row, Left to Right: George Giaouris, Michael Mallos, George Poulos,George Vardas, Theo Poulos, Angelo Andrew, Dimitri Kepreotes.

Victor Kepreotis
President
Ball Committee
Aged Care Trust


0408 216 108

Kathy Samios
Vice-President
Ball Committee


George Giaouris ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 23.05.2014

Racing NSW boss Peter V'Landys

V'landys cries foul after NSW government offers $10m loans instead of grants

Racing NSW in funding row with NSW Government

Sydney Morning Herald. May 21st, 2014. Sport page 41

Chris Roots


Racing writer for The Sydney Morning Herald

Racing NSW chief executive Peter V'landys has taken the gloves off as he fights to retain ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 11.05.2014

James Prineas. Founder of kythera-family.net

kythera-family.net turns ten. Χρόνια Πολλά. Να τα εκατοστήσεις

"I found Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on Kythera-Family.net and mailed her regarding her Hlentzos connection, and since the first email a couple of days ago, I have had many many emails from her with a huge amount of information regarding my relatives. If this website was not available to us, all this information would never have been shared."
Heather de Marco, April 2013

James ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.05.2014

George Poulos cutting the 10th birthday cake for kythera-family.net

kythera-family.net turns ten. Χρόνια Πολλά. Να τα εκατοστήσεις

"I found Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on Kythera-Family.net and mailed her regarding her Hlentzos connection, and since the first email a couple of days ago, I have had many many emails from her with a huge amount of information regarding my relatives. If this website was not available to us, all this information would never have been shared."
Heather de Marco, April 2013

James ...

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submitted by Lafcadio Hearn Files on 30.04.2014

Family tree of Lafcadio Hearn's Family. At the "Hearn and Family" exhibition

In this year, the 110th anniversary of Hearn’s death, an international symposium and commemorative event will be held in July in Lefkada, Greece, the place of his birth. This event will attempt an interpretation of Hearn’s “Open Mind” and explore ways to connect Hearn’s legacy with the future. Since 2009, Hearn has been reevaluated from a range of perspectives, and attempts are being made to apply these newfound ideas and values in a practical way. This is changing people’s awareness ...