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submitted by Australian Broadcasting Corporation on 18.12.2013

Treasure Trove: Busy Bee Greek cafe

By Louise Maher (666 Field and Online Reporter)

17 December, 2013 12:25PM AEDT

A collection of items from the Busy Bee cafe in Gunnedah is on display at the National Museum of Australia.

Photograph: Peter Zantiotis (left) and Lambros Zantiotis (far right) behind the counter of the Busy Bee Cafe

ABC Radio interview with Joanne ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

Paul Calokerinos's speech in reply was truly moving

He was deeply appreciative of all the effort his family, relatives and friends had made to ensure that the night was memorable.

All relatives and guests were also appreciative of the hospitality of the Calokerinos family.

Master of Ceremonies Sandy Allan is standing to the right.

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submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 22.01.2010

Peter Venardos with one of his employee's. 1940's.

The incorrigible Theo Koroneos (Korones), from Karavas, later a taxi driver in Sydney's Eastern suburbs for a number of decades.

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submitted by George Poulos on 19.10.2007

Loula ends 50-year link with the Busy Bee Cafe.

Pictured behind the 1930's glamorous art-deco counter, designed by Stephen Varvaressos are [left to right] Manni and Loula Zantiotis, Wayne and Toni Faint & their son Nathan.

It was the end of an era in Gunnedah at the weekend when Loula Zantiotis, the last of the old-style Greek cafe owners, called it a day at the Busy Bee Cafe.

At 12.06 pm on Sunday, September 30th, sur­rounded by her family, Loula Zantiotis slipped a new padlock on the door saying “yassou ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 25.10.2004

Gunnedah - Under-cover Pool - Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia.

A covered pool, for year-round swimming, was later added to the large, impressive, and well-equipped, Gunnedah Pool - in Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia.

Gunnedah did not have a swimming pool located in the town, until a Kytherian drowning tragedy, involving the Vernardos family.

The drowning involved a nephew of Peter Venardos, that occurred during a picnic on the Namoii River. The event was instrumental in mobilising the town to provide Gunnedah with a swimming ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 25.10.2004

Gunnedah Pool - Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia.

The large, impressive, and well-equipped, Gunnedah Pool - Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia.

Gunnedah did not have a swimming pool located in the town, until a Kytherian drowning tragedy, involving the Vernardos family.

The drowning involved a nephew of Peter Venardos, that occurred during a picnic on the Namoii River. The event was instrumental in mobilising the town to provide Gunnedah with swimming pool depicted above.

Many individuals and businesses ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 15.11.2012

Zantiotis Car Park - Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia.

All the major carparks in Gunnedah, NSW, are named after Kytherians, as a mark of respect for the impact they had on the growth and development of the town.

Kytherians, and Greek-Australians generally, are held in very high esteem in the town of Gunnedah.

This sign heralds the Zantiotis Carpark, and both their' - and "Gunnedah's" Kytherian and Greek heritage.

The Zantiotis Car Park is located in Little Conadilly Street.

For more ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 08.06.2004

Peter ZANTIOTIS, left, with his father Lambros on the extreme right & visiting relatives.

PETER Zantiotis, left, with his father Lambros on the extreme right. The other two in the photograph are believed to be visiting relatives. The photograph was taken sometime in the 1940s when the Busy Bee Cafe, Gunnedah, NSW, also sold small grocery items and fruit.

Although the counter on the left has gone, the interior of the Busy Bee remains relatively unchanged, with the addition of modern fridges the only sacrifice to modern times. [2004]

From,

Namoi ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 18.10.2007

Loula Zantiotis, Gunnedah, NSW. The Busy Bee Cafe.

LOULA Zantiotis, at age 71, still runs the Busy Bee Cafe, (mid 2004), although on a much smaller scale than its heyday. Life-long customers have become old friends and visitors are made welcome with traditional Greek hospitality.

GUNNEDAH'S Busy Bee Cafe is one of few traditional Greek cafes that remained unchanged in an age when technology galloped away with old memories held dear by a generation of baby boomers.

Since the death of her husband Peter in 1996, 71-one-year-old ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 08.05.2004

Gunnedah - Loula Zantiotis - The Busy Bee Cafe - Newcastle Herald article

"Loula" Zantiotis and the Busy Bee Cafe

Mrs Theodora Zantiotis
242 Conadilly St
GUNNEDAH
NSW 2380

On Saturday, August 16th, 2003, page 29, the Newcastle Herald,

http://www.theherald.com.au/

published the following article about Loula Zantiotis and the Busy Bee Cafe.

Light grows dim from beacons of hospitality.

By, Philippa Murray.

Stopping at the Greek cafe on the way ...