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The legacy of Alexander the...

By OPA Editor, on 10 September, 2012

The legacy of Alexander the Great in Australia! by Tom Tsamouras www.radiosymban.com The legacy of Alexander the Great through the largest collection of treasures from the world famous State Hermitage in St Petersburg, Russia, is on its way to Australia! Exclusive to the Australian Museum in Sydney, the exhibition will be open ...

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21st Century Migration

By OPA Editor, on 15 January, 2012

21st Century Migration The next wave of the Greek diaspora By Martha Karatsioris The current situation in Greece is well documented with commentary added daily. The blame game continues; the Greek government needs everyone to pitch in while the everyday man wants those that created the mess to be held accountable. The anger is rea...

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A Byzantine Down Under

By OPA Editor, on 30 November, 2011

A Byzantine, Down Under By Jorge Sotirios We arranged to meet in inner-city Sydney. Vrasidas Karalis strode inside Sappho bookshop, sauntered past surly staff and ordered chai latte once seated in the leafy courtyard. This Greek intellectual carried heavy bags inside filled with his vice. Books at bargain price were handed to ...

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Protecting your Family from...

By OPA Editor, on 29 November, 2011

Protecting your family from an inheritance nightmare By AMP Financial Planner Pette Liacopoulos Estate planning is a topic that many people would rather not talk about too often, but it’s an important part of the entire financial planning process for anyone with responsibilities, whether they are family or business responsibilitie...

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Back to Basics Budgeting

By OPA Editor, on 08 November, 2011

Back to Basics Budgeting As tax time ends and we are now well into the new financial year, theimportance of making and keeping to a personal or family budget is important. There’s no denying times are tough for a lot ofAustralians, but while the majority of the Westernworld suffers the aftershocks of the GlobalFinancial Crisis ...

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Persiphone and the Queen Be...

By OPA Editor, on 08 October, 2011

Persiphone and the Queen Bee Bullies By Nasia Bossinakis 'Get lost you skanky Wog! No one likes you here. You don't belong. You're ugly and hairy!' shouted Alana Jones, her cruel eyes blazing. Trembling with fear, Persiphone Pappoulis turned around to face her three dreaded bullies. Millie Deaupont gave her the ...

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From Cyprus with love

by Steve , on 12 August, 2011

From Cyprus with love By Steve Agi As part of Australia’s Greek Media contingent, I was privy enough to be invited to become better acquainted with the incumbent Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias who recently toured our shores to connect with the Diaspora down under. It was certainly an honour and a great pleasure to make...

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Meet Katerina Kounas Bank o...

By OPA Editor, on 08 August, 2011

Meet Katerina Kounas YOUR Customer Service Manager at the Bank of Cyprus Australia. Burwood, Sydney “Unlike other financial institutions, the Bank of Cyprus Australia prides itself in giving the best personalised service, every time.” Katerina explains: “Having almost ten years of experience working with the...

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Join the Creta Farms Revolu...

by Steve , on 01 August, 2011

JOIN The Creta Farms revolution AGORA MERCHANDISING BRINGS CRETA FARMS EXCEPTIONAL products TO australia Nearly thirty years ago, a small group of people from Crete founded CRETA FARMS. With an innovative recipe in mind, they began creating high-quality, healthy, great-tasting deli meats with a special key ingredient - Extra Virgin ...

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John Lazarou

By OPA Editor, on 25 July, 2011

It’s always great to catch up with good friend and iconic coffee magnate,John Lazarou, director of ‘The Coffee Club.’ When he called and said hewas coming down to Melbourne for a day or two, I couldn’t resist and hadto ask, “Where will I meet you?” and giggled. “Gee you ‘re a cheeky one,”he repl...

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Everybody Go Greek

By OPA Editor, on 12 July, 2011

Everybody Go-Greek ! By Nicholas Mylonas Greece forms part of the Mediterranean food bowl and produces some of the best quality authentic produce anywhere in the world; which is growing in popularity and continues to become more and more available to Australian consumers. A recent survey of Australian food buying habits indicated that t...

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