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submitted by Namoi Valley Independent on 06.02.2010

Memorial service to celebrate life of Peter Venardos

A young Peter Venardos, who took over the Acropolis Cafe, Gunnedah, NSW, Australia, in partnership with Theo Souris in 1945.

Namoi Valley Independent, Thursday, January 28, 2010. page 11.


DURING his 67 years in Gunnedah, Peter Venardos made many lifetime friends and helped countless others in his quiet, unassuming way. Peter’s death on January 14 after months of very poor health, came as a great blow to a wide cross section of the community.

17201:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 05.02.2010

Tap-dancing penguins return in Happy Feet 2

Kytherian, George Miller, at an event to launch the start of filming of Happy Feet 2 in Sydney

Picture: Peter Rae

Sydney Morning Herald

February 5, 2010


Hot and steamy conditions would frighten off most penguins, but not the batch tap-dancing and thumping around energetically in Sydney weather yesterday to give a taste of the sequel to one of Australia's most successful films.

The reason was they hadn't become ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 14.12.2009

The great Grecian earn: how immigrants made a cafe society

Sydney Morning Herald, December 9, 2009 page 10.

Photo by Jack Patty 's son, Manuel Patty

A newly reprinted book reveals the story of early Greek migrants in Australia, writes Anna Patty.

The dockets at Aroney's Cafe in Katoomba trumpeted ...

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submitted by Panayiotis Diamadis on 27.11.2009

One of the many slides displayed by Professor Robert Hannah

...at the Nicholson Museum, Sydney University, Thursday, 26th November, 2009.

Archaeoastronomy at the Nicholson.


The Nicholson Museum at The University of Sydney was packed to the rafters Thursday evening for a fascinating presentation on one of the great mysteries of ancient Hellenism: the Antikythera Mechanism. Professor Robert Hannah, ...

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submitted by John Fardoulis on 27.11.2009

Professor Robert Hannah, lecturing to a "packed house"

...at the Nicholson Museum, Sydney University, Thursday, 26th November, 2009.

The "patrons" of www.kythera-family.net look on approvingly, on the right hand side.

Archaeoastronomy at the Nicholson.


The Nicholson Museum at The University of Sydney was packed to the rafters Thursday evening for a fascinating presentation on one of the great mysteries of ancient Hellenism: the Antikythera Mechanism. ...

16953:Photos > Working Life

submitted by John Fardoulis on 27.11.2009

Professor Robert Hannah, really warming up during his lecture

...at the Nicholson Museum, Sydney University, Thursday, 26th November, 2009.

The "patrons" of www.kythera-family.net look on approvingly, on the right hand side.

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Archaeoastronomy at the Nicholson.


The Nicholson Museum at The University of Sydney was packed to the rafters Thursday evening for a fascinating presentation on one of the great ...

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submitted by LAIKI BANK on 18.06.2013

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submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 12.11.2009

Bromley's model of the Antikythera mechanism on display at the Nicholson Museum, Sydney University. 2009.

“The model of the Antikythera mechanism was designed in 1989 by Dr Allan Bromley, who was an Associate Professor in the Basser Department of Computer Science, at the University of Sydney. It demonstrates the complexity of the gears and the dials of the mechanism that manoeuvred the upper cycle of the 19 year calendar, and the lower cycles used to predict solar and lunar eclipses. The recent research of Allan’s collaborator, Michael Wright, has advanced the understanding of the mechanism, beyond ...

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submitted by Sydney Magazine on 10.10.2009

Tess Mallos, cookbook author & broadcaster

Inducted into the Food Hall of Fame, along with fellow Kytherian, Con Prineas.

Photo: Tess Mallos, at Mosman's Accoutrement.

Now in its 7th year, the Sydney Magazine’s annual Food Hall of Fame continues to shine a light on the often unsung heroes of the local food revolution.

This year’s inductees have been selected by the expert panel of Helen Greenwood, Jared Ingersoll, Simon Johnson, & Joanna Savill, to honour excellence ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 23.09.2009

Anna Patty wins

Award for Excellence in Education Journalism

The Herald's Education Editor, Anna Patty, has won the top national award for excellence in education journalism for the second year in a row from the Australian Council of Deans of Education.

The award recognises the highest quality of education journalism in Australia.

Patty was awarded the overall orize for her anlaysis of education issues, news and Feature writing.

Her ...

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submitted by Kytherian Historical Record on 22.09.2009

Anna Patty Education Editor at the Sydney Morning Herald,

Education Editor Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney

Anna Patty really mixed the practical with the theoretical when she completed her Master of Arts (Journalism) degree at the University of Wollongong in 1992.

Anna was a young journalist at the Illawarra Mercury when she studied at UOW, working the late “police rounds” shift from 6pm to 1.30am. She’d finish work, grab a few hours sleep, and head off to university for her Journalism ...

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submitted by Kytherian Publishing & Media on 24.05.2009

Diggers and Greeks

Author: Maria Hill

When Published: 2010 (March)

Publisher: University of NSW Press

Available: Through University of NSW and its distributors, including all superior bookstores in Australia

Description:320pp,
Appendices, Bibliography
Hard Back, 234x153mm,
ISBN: 9781742230146,

Price: AU$49.95Press,

http://www.mariahill.com.au

O Kosmos, Melbourne, 2-page article - pages ...

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submitted by Sydney Magazine on 04.12.2008

Ed Psaltis. Sailor.

Winner of the Sydney to Hobart Ocean Race. 1998. Ten year anniversary. 2008.

Eye of the storm

The Sydney Magzine. Issue 68, December 2008, pp. 42-51


Ten years after the most tragic events in the Sydney to Hobart’s history, the iconic race has moved on, writes Malcolm Knox


From a distance, the start of the
Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race looks as picturesque as a painters tableau, silent and graceful. ...

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submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 04.12.2008

Olive oil ice cream with homemade honeycomb

If you've never tried olive oil ice cream, you’ll be surprised by how smooth and creamy it tastes. It’s a perfect opportunity to put some of your costly olive oil to good use, just be sure to use a mild one that’s not bitter.

Serves 6-8

For the ice cream
(makes 700m1)

250ml whole milk
250 ml double cream
1-2 vanilla pods
150 g caster sugar
5 large egg yolks
150 ml top-quality mild olive oil

16259:Photos > Working Life

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 03.12.2008

White bean soup with parsley

This soup is typical of Greek cooking uncomplicated and using plenty of vegetables, herbs and olive oil. Serve it with crusty bread, feta and olives on the side for an even heartier meal.

Serves 4-6

Ingredients

500g mixture of cooked, canned white beans (such as Iima, cannellini and butter beans)
3 tbsp olive oil
1 large onion, chopped
2 medIum carrots, peeled and diced
2 sticks of celery, diced
2 garlic doves, ...

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submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 03.12.2008

All at sea. Why Gordon Ramsay turns to the Greek isles for inspiration

Fresh, sumple fare is Greeks' gift to world

A working stint on a yacht in the Mediterranean was a valuable lesson, writes Gordon Ramsay.

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When I was 25 years old and starting out as a chef, I spent three months on a boat sailing around the Greek islands. Cooking at sea forces you into real “ingredient cooking”.

Everything has to be quick and simple to prepare, using basic, fresh ...

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submitted by Victor Panaretos on 19.11.2008

Emmanuel Panaretos

Cameraman & editor for Al Jazeera TV News in Athens.


Download Athens News article here:

Manny Panaretos 2.pdf




ATΗENS ΝΕWS 26th September 2008 pp. 14-15

The point of focus is to shoot and run

The Athens News meets Emmanuel –Manny Panaretos, cameraman and editor for Al Jazeera TV News in Athens

By ...

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submitted by SUN HERALD on 10.08.2008

Volunteer Steve Horan, who will receive a bionic eye this year.

Bionic breakthrough in sight with a (Kytherian)-Australian first.

Kytherian-Australian opthamologist Minas Coroneo.

Sun Herald, Sydney, Australia, August 10, 2008.

Louise Hall Health Reporter.


AUSTRALIA'S first bionic eye will be implanted by two Sydney researchers.

Using the same cochlear technology that allows the deaf to hear, the device aims to restore basic vision in patients with degenerative eye diseases, allowing ...

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submitted by James Gavriles on 10.07.2008

Pvt. 1st class Nichole Gavriles U S A F

Nichole Gavriles, Granddaughter of James Nicholas Gavriles, Plymouth, Michigan. Age 20. Daughter of Chris Gavriles.
Stationed at Lacland Air force base in Texas. Will be moving to Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana in September.

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submitted by BBC, Great Britain on 07.11.2007

There are 82 remaining fragments of the mechanism that contain a total of 30 gears. The largest piece contains 27 of the gears.

By Jonathan Fildes

Science and technology reporter, BBC News

The Antikythera Mechanism was explored in an episode of Unearthing Mysteries on BBC Radio 4, on 12 December, 2006.


The delicate workings at the heart of a 2,000-year-old analogue computer have been revealed by scientists.

The Antikythera Mechanism, discovered more than 100 years ago in a Roman shipwreck, was used by ancient Greeks to display astronomical cycles. ...