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submitted by Eptanesian Union Greece on 19.12.2015

Professor Minas Coroneo speaking to the award he received for Kythera,

at the 3rd Presentation of Ionian (Eptanisian) Union of Greece, Awards. Dr Manolis Kalokerinos, was the other awardee from Kythera.

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The awards were held on December 13, 2015,
December 13, 2015 in the National History Museum of the Old Parliament Building.

Invitation to Minas Coroneos to attend the ceremony to receive his award:

The awards ceremony takes place as ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 02.12.2015

Spectacular visual effects ... Mad Max: Fury Road

After winning the year's best film by the National Board of Review, Mad Max: Fury Road is lining up for Oscar nominations

December 1, 2015

Garry Maddox
Writer

Fury Road revisits Oscar-winning filmmaker George Miller's post-apocalyptic Mad Max trilogy.


As a new poll suggested it could receive a swag of Oscar nominations, Max Max: Fury Road has been named the year's best film by the National Board of Review in the US.

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 08.10.2015

Tom Hardy in George Miller's Mad Max Fury Road.

Miller reveals the magic and madness behind Fury Road

Sydney Morning Herald

Friday October 9th, 20125, page 2-3

Garry Maddox


Director George Miller has good news and bad news for fans of Mad Max: Fury Road.

Yes, he still wants to shoot the two sequels that were written during the 12 years it took to get that movie to the screen. But it is still too early to say when or even which new instalment – one centring on Tom ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 30.04.2015

Charlize Theron muscles in as Furiosa. Photo Jasin Boland Warner Bros. Entertainment

On the set of Mad Max: Fury Road with director George Miller

Sydney Morning Herald

April 25, 2015

Garry Maddox


The badlands of the latest Mad Max movie have never looked more forbidding. But for director George Miller, it’s a happy homecoming.

Mad Max: George Miller's enduring anti-hero
Thirty years on, the iconic Mad Max franchise has been reimagined by its original creator.The result is an explosive, 'very ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 30.04.2015

Tom Hardy fires up as Mad Max. Photo Jasin Boland Warner Bros. Entertainment

On the set of Mad Max: Fury Road with director George Miller

Sydney Morning Herald

April 25, 2015

Garry Maddox


The badlands of the latest Mad Max movie have never looked more forbidding. But for director George Miller, it’s a happy homecoming.

Mad Max: George Miller's enduring anti-hero
Thirty years on, the iconic Mad Max franchise has been reimagined by its original creator.The result is an explosive, 'very ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 23.04.2015

Presentation by the author on her book Darwins Footprint

The Kytherian Association of Australia, in association with the Education Committee of AHEPA-NSW

INVITE YOU TO A PRESENTATION of the Book

DARWIN’S FOOTPRINT CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON EVOLUTION IN GREECE (1880-1930S)

With a talk by Dr Maria Zarimis

Σας καλούμε ...

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submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 20.04.2014

A sign informs punters of the cancellation of the Royal Randwick meeting due to the equine influenza outbreak

Peter V'landys initiatives helped militate against the devastating effect of the equine influenza virus.

"V’landys oversaw the administration of the schemes to combat Equine Influenza, which were directed at participants, not only in the thoroughbred racing industry, but also in the standardbred racing and leisure horse industries.

On a State level Peter worked closely with the Minister for Primary Industries and his Department to contain the spread of the disease ...

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submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 21.05.2013

The International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva in full swing

Known as the Salon international des inventions de Genève, this year the Exhibition was held from the 10th April 2013 until the 14th April 2013.

http://www.inventions-geneva.ch/cgi-bin/fr-presse.php

This year, Angelo and John Notaras were awarded two gold medals at the Exhibition.

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Photograph: Angelo Notaras demonstrating the capabilities of a previous award winning hand held implement.

Each ...

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submitted by Beiruthellenic Bank on 18.06.2013

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BANK OF SYDNEY, Australia


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Visit our website: http://www.banksyd.com.au/

Email BANK OF SYDNEY, here


Head Office:

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.01.2012

George C Poulos checks the results of the printed cover for Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill

The printing Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, in 2011 Kytherian World Heritage Fund, (KWHF), a number of challenges.

The KWHF chooses to print its books in China.

The ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.01.2012

KWHF's Australian printer checking the print run sheets for Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill

The printing Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, in 2011 Kytherian World Heritage Fund, (KWHF), a number of challenges.

The KWHF chooses to print its books in China.

The ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.01.2012

The Heidelberg computer module

by which the colours can be adjusted in preparation for a print run, As you will read below this is very important when the design artwork has been set up as a 'duo print'.

The printing Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, in 2011 Kytherian ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.01.2012

Computer module area, next to the large printer, during the printing of Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill

The printing Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, in 2011 Kytherian World Heritage Fund, (KWHF), a number of challenges.

The KWHF chooses to print its books in China.

The ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.01.2012

Print tray of the Heidelberg printer

The printing Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, in 2011 Kytherian World Heritage Fund, (KWHF), a number of challenges.

The KWHF chooses to print its books in China.

The ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.01.2012

The end where the print sheets emerge on the Heidelberg printer

The printing Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, in 2011 Kytherian World Heritage Fund, (KWHF), a number of challenges.

The KWHF chooses to print its books in China.

The ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 05.01.2012

The massive Heidelberg printer, at the KWHF's Australian printers

The printing Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, in 2011 Kytherian World Heritage Fund, (KWHF), a number of challenges.

The KWHF chooses to print its books in China.

The ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

James Castrission and Justin Jones. Its bitterly cold in Antarctica

James Castrission.

James Castrission on the bow of Lot 41 in the middle of the Tasman Sea

James Castrission was born, 14 March 1982. That makes him only 29 years of age in 2011. But in those 29 years he has crammed a “hell of a lot of living”.

His heritage is Kytherian. His paternal grandfather was Jim Castrission, originally from Kastrissianika, and ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Australia to New Zealand by kayak

Wasted legs walking up onto the beach in New Zealand

On November 13 2007 James Castrission , Justin Jones, and Lot 41 departed Forster, Australia. 62 days later they arrived in New Plymouth New Zealand.

They had kayaked 3318km, braved 10 metre swells, faced howling winds of over 50 knots, endured severe food and sleep deprivation, wasting muscles and adverse winds and currents to become the first kayak expedition across the tasman sea as well as become the longest trans ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Australia to New Zealand by kayak

Paddling hard

On November 13 2007 James Castrission , Justin Jones, and Lot 41 departed Forster, Australia. 62 days later they arrived in New Plymouth New Zealand.

They had kayaked 3318km, braved 10 metre swells, faced howling winds of over 50 knots, endured severe food and sleep deprivation, wasting muscles and adverse winds and currents to become the first kayak expedition across the tasman sea as well as become the longest trans oceanic kayaking expedition undertaken ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Crossing the ice

21st century hero

The Mission:


Justin Jones and I have undertaken a world first - an unsupported polar expedition: Crossing the Ice. Traversing from the Antarctic rim to the South Pole and back, we will journey 2200kms on skis, sled-hauling all provisions essential for three months survival in one of the harshest environments on the planet.

When:
Expedition: Nov 2011 – Jan 2012

How:
On foot and completely unsupported. ...