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submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 – Mitata church, southern facade

Large rents are evident in the bell tower, and damage to the central section can also be seen; most of the windows have collapsed.

Kythera airport was unusually crowded this morning, with a couple of helicopters including a large Chinook on the tarmac, as well as a four-engined army transport plane which had flown in extra firemen and civil defence personnel. Mitata was also crawling with television crews and their satellite broadcast equipment; the Kythera earthquake, despite the ...

8897:Photos > Miscellaneous

submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 – Mitata village

Sections of the village considered unsafe were fenced off with tape by police and civil engineers.

Kythera airport was unusually crowded this morning, with a couple of helicopters including a large Chinook on the tarmac, as well as a four-engined army transport plane which had flown in extra firemen and civil defence personnel. Mitata was also crawling with television crews and their satellite broadcast equipment; the Kythera earthquake, despite the merciful absence of victims, has ...

8896:Photos > Miscellaneous

submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 – Looking across Mitata square towards Viaradika

Kythera airport was unusually crowded this morning, with a couple of helicopters including a large Chinook on the tarmac, as well as a four-engined army transport plane which had flown in extra firemen and civil defence personnel. Mitata was also crawling with television crews and their satellite broadcast equipment; the Kythera earthquake, despite the merciful absence of victims, has had a starring role in the Greek media today.

The region’s civil engineers have been hard at work, ...

8895:Photos > Miscellaneous

submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 – Mitata-Viaradika road blocked

This is where the front part of Mitata square ended up...

Kythera airport was unusually crowded this morning, with a couple of helicopters including a large Chinook on the tarmac, as well as a four-engined army transport plane which had flown in extra firemen and civil defence personnel. Mitata was also crawling with television crews and their satellite broadcast equipment; the Kythera earthquake, despite the merciful absence of victims, has had a starring role in the Greek media today. ...

8894:Photos > Miscellaneous

submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 – Mitata, the next day

Kythera airport was unusually crowded this morning, with a couple of helicopters including a large Chinook on the tarmac, as well as a four-engined army transport plane which had flown in extra firemen and civil defence personnel. Mitata was also crawling with television crews and their satellite broadcast equipment; the Kythera earthquake, despite the merciful absence of victims, has had a starring role in the Greek media today.

The region’s civil engineers have been hard at work, ...

8891:Photos > Miscellaneous

submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 - Mitata cafe in the evening

The earthquake which struck just south of Kythera at 1.34 pm local time on Sunday (11.34 GMT) was unusually severe, and at 6.9 on the Richter scale could have been devastating. Fortunately the epicentre was in the very deep waters between Kythera and Crete, and as a result there have been no casualties and surprisingly little damage. The principal exception was the village of Mitata, which because of its location and the nature of the ground it is built on has always been vulnerable to earthquakes. ...

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submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 - meeting in Mitata

The earthquake which struck just south of Kythera at 1.34 pm local time on Sunday (11.34 GMT) was unusually severe, and at 6.9 on the Richter scale could have been devastating. Fortunately the epicentre was in the very deep waters between Kythera and Crete, and as a result there have been no casualties and surprisingly little damage. The principal exception was the village of Mitata, which because of its location and the nature of the ground it is built on has always been vulnerable to earthquakes. ...

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submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 - Mitata house

The earthquake which struck just south of Kythera at 1.34 pm local time on Sunday (11.34 GMT) was unusually severe, and at 6.9 on the Richter scale could have been devastating. Fortunately the epicentre was in the very deep waters between Kythera and Crete, and as a result there have been no casualties and surprisingly little damage. The principal exception was the village of Mitata, which because of its location and the nature of the ground it is built on has always been vulnerable to earthquakes. ...

8888:Photos > Miscellaneous

submitted by John Stathatos on 09.01.2006

Earthquake of 8.1.2006 - Mitata church

The earthquake which struck just south of Kythera at 1.34 pm local time on Sunday (11.34 GMT) was unusually severe, and at 6.9 on the Richter scale could have been devastating. Fortunately the epicentre was in the very deep waters between Kythera and Crete, and as a result there have been no casualties and surprisingly little damage. The principal exception was the village of Mitata, which because of its location and the nature of the ground it is built on has always been vulnerable to earthquakes. ...

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submitted by Peter Tsicalas on 25.04.2016

Café Culture Exhibition Murwillumbah

L to R
Mrs Helen Theo Comino (nee Comino)
Theo Steve Patrick
Mrs Kathy Theo Patrick (nee Comino)
Mrs Stella Theo Castrisos (nee Comino)
Mrs Immy McKiernan

Helen and Kathy are the daughters of Peter Angelo Comino (Psilos) of Manilla and Temora.
Helen married Theo Peter Comino (Douris), the brother of Steve and Jack Comino of the Tweed Fruit Exchange, Murwillumbah.
Stella, the daughter of Arthur Stavrianos Comino (Douris), is the first ...

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submitted by Stephen Samios on 19.05.2005

Nicholas Aroney

"I'm the son of Theodore Nicholas Aroney and Helen Aroney (nee Fardoulis).

My paternal grandparents were Nicholas Theodore Aroney and Stella Aroney (nee Kepreotis).

My father's siblings are Victor Aroney and Helen Parry.

My maternal grandparents were Emmanuel Constantine Fardoulis and Gregoria Fardoulis (nee Cassimatis).

The parents of Emmanuel were Constantine and Eleni Fardoulis.

The parents of Gregoria were Petro ...

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submitted by Georgia Cassimatis on 12.05.2005

Georgia Cassimatis.

Georgia Cassimatis began her career as a writer on Australian Cosmopolitan magazine in 1996. After a two year stint, she freelanced for various magazines before being appointed the Editor for teen magazine Barbie. During her time there she met an American man and moved to Los Angeles, which saw her world open up in ways she'd never imagined: she has since worked as a Los Angeles based writer, reporting for lucrative US titles Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Teen and Marie ...

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submitted by Anthony Zantis on 21.10.2006

Anthony

Children of Peter and Helen Zantis (nee, Levantis).

Studio Portrait - Goulburn NSW..

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submitted by Anthony Zantis on 21.10.2006

Anthony Zantis.

Children of Peter and Helen Zantis (nee Levantis).

Rear of Fruit Shop - Goulburn NSW.

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submitted by Anthony Zantis on 05.05.2005

Zantis Formely Zantiotis Peter

 Later to move to Goulburn in NSW, were he owned and operated a fruit shop.

Married to Helen Levantis, they had two children, Tanya and Anthony.

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submitted by Anthony Zantis on 05.05.2005

Helen Levantis, on her wedding day. Goulburn. NSW.

 Daughter of Tasso Levantis, and Katina (nee, Tzortzopoulos).

7283:Photos > Miscellaneous

submitted by John George PRINEAS on 25.04.2005

Four Generations Photo

Maria Psltis was celebrating her 80th birthday, in 1989. On the left in Arthur Psaltis, the then surviving brother of the Cumberland Cafe Partnership, next to him Maria Psaltis the widow of Cosma Psaltis, Her daughter Anne (Now my wife Anne Prineas) Our Daughter Esther, married to Dr. Peter Calligeros (Standing) and their children John and James Calligeros. There are four generations present.

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submitted by John George PRINEAS on 27.02.2016

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submitted by John George PRINEAS on 25.04.2005

Cumberland Cafe (INTERIOR)

The Interior of Cumberland Cafe as it appeared in a the advertisement of a special edition of Parramatta and district.

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submitted by John George PRINEAS on 25.04.2005

Cumberland Cafe Parramatta (EXTERIOR)

Cumberland Cafe Church Street, Parramatta. Year of Photo 1938.