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Congratulations Kristina an...

By OPA Editor, on 11 March, 2012

Congratulations Kristina and Panagiotis by Daphne Karavokyri Kristina Lironis and Panagiotis Karidakis are Australia’s winners of the Drawing Contest of 2011, organized by the ANT1 Pay TV channels. A contest which gathered more than 5,000 drawings from around the world! Christmas… a traditional feast which has dif...

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Theophany The Feast of Chri...

by Fr Kyril , on 05 January, 2012

Theophany is one of the 12 Great Feasts of the Orthodox Church and is celebrated on January 6. This feast is also significant because it marks the beginning of Christ’s ministry. Theophany is also known as Epiphany which just means: appearance, or revealing. In the early Church, Theophany was both the celebration of Christ’s birth (Chr...

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A Journey on the Wonders of...

by Steve , on 30 December, 2011

A Journey on the Wonders of History The Hellenic Foundation for Culture in collaboration with the Nafsika Stamoulis Hellenic Museum present, for the first time in Melbourne an exhibition of miniature ships created by Evangelos Grypiotis. Comprising of 15 model ships and spanning over centuries these ships highlight the mi...

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Tis the Season to Forgive A...

by Alexander , on 25 December, 2011

It's that time of year again; time to free ourselves from the shackles of the ego and extend beyond ourselves. Following so soon the Thanksgiving holiday that ideally should remind us to be thankful and count our blessings, we now are experiencing another special time that gives us reason to turn our attention to others. With everything that ha...

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Smile Its all White

By OPA Editor, on 18 December, 2011

Smile Its all White Practice principal at Melbourne Dentist, Dr David Treherne graduated in Dental Science from Melbourne University in 1987. David is committed to the continuous advancement of his skills – the goal is to ensure patients of the practice receive the highest quality dental care available anywhere. With a relaxed and fr...

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Atlantis Fact Fiction or De...

by Lenita , on 14 December, 2011

Atlantis Fact, Fiction or Delusion? I was standing at the highest point of the majestic landscape of Atlantis, the sound Temples stood proudly behind me. My body was tense and the pending destruction I sensed was tearing at my heart and ripping it to shreds...I looked down at him, searching for an answer, yearning for comfort. His gaze penet...

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Living tradion not just memory

By OPA Editor, on 08 August, 2011

Living tradion not just memory SBS In-Language has been a busy team of late, working on an array of endeavours for clients, including an exciting project for Griffiths/Oasis Coffee. The original Griffiths coffee brand was established in Melbourne 1879 by James Griffiths. Currently owned by the Patisteas brothers, Peter and Dennis, they ...

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Three Songs No Flash

By OPA Editor, on 19 June, 2011

And so it begins… For John Raptis, photography was something that he became very interested in sometime in late 2003. “At the time I was a co-director of my own multimedia company and felt that I needed a creative outlet away from the hustle and bustle of running a business and being the creative lead at the same time. Photograph...

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Manolis Hiotis The Rebeti

By OPA Editor, on 19 June, 2011

You know it's strange how we take things for granted sometimes. Like the fact that when most people think of Greek music,and that includes Greeks and non Greeks, we immediately think of the immortal bouzouki. You ask any non-Greek what they know about Greek music they'll probably yell "OPA" and start singing Mikis Theodora...

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Marcos Baghdatis

By OPA Editor, on 10 June, 2011

Marcos Baghdatis is a Greek Cypriotprofessional tennis player who is loved by Melbourne fans of the game. He was the runner-up at the 2006 Australian Open and asemifinalist at the 2006 Wimbledon Championships and reached acareer-high ATP ranking of 8 in August 2006. He is the son of a Greek Cypriot mother and a Lebanese father.Baghdatis bega...

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