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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 13.05.2015

Eleni Castrisios (Frilingos) - 22/07/1986

Eleni's sister Efrosini (Froso) Anastasopoulos was my mother Anna's stepmother. This photo was taken at a relative's house in Athens.

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submitted by To Bhma. Greece on 06.05.2015

Ο Δαρβίνος στην Αθήνα

Μια νέα σημαντική προσέγγιση για τη διάχυση της θεωρίας της εξέλιξης στο ελληνικό λογοτεχνικό τοπίο του 1900

ΔΗΜΟΣΙΕΥΣΗ: 03/05/2015

Κύριο άξονα της μελέτης αποτελεί ο Γρηγόριος Ξενόπουλος, φοιτητής των φυσικών επιστημών από το 1883 στο Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 03.05.2015

Peter & Ekaterini Zantiotis 1959

This photo was taken in Wollongong.
My grandfather was born in Ayia Anastasia in 1898. He arrived in Australia on July 20, 1914 aboard the 'Nera'.
My grandfather's parents were Steve and Eugenia.
My grandmother Ekaterini (Katina) was from Logothetianika. Her parents were Stefanos Moulos and Stavroula Kalopedis.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 05.03.2016

Katina & Erifili 1958

The lady on the left is my grandmother Ekaterini (Katina) Zantiotis (Moulos) who was from Logothetianika. Her parents were Stefano Moulos and Stavroula Kalopedis.
The lady on the right is Erifili Zantiotis (Coroneos) who was a 'Belo' from Potamos.
My grandmother's husband, Peter and Erifili's husband, Andoni (Tony) were brothers from Agia Anastasia.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 18.05.2015

Elli, Katina, Diamanta - about 1980

This photo is of Elli Mavromatis (Veneris), Ekaterini (Katina) Zantiotis (Moulos) and Diamanta Tambakis (Stathis).
Elli is from Areoi and is the mother of Kytherian Kitchen star, Koula Tzannes.
Katina, my paternal grandmother, was from Logothetianika. Her parents were Stefanos Moulos and Stavroula Kalopedis.
Diamanta was from Karvounades.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 06.03.2016

Anna & Ernie - 1960

The lady is my mother Anna (Kyrani Anastasopoulos) and the gentleman is my paternal grandfather's brother, Anastasios (Ernie) Steve Zantiotis.
My mother is from Perlegianika. She came to Australia in 1956. Her parents were Peter Con Anastasopoulos and Barbara Komninos.
My great-uncle was born in Ayia Anastasia. He arrived in Australia on April 1, 1924.

This photo was taken on a trip to Queensland.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 24.04.2015

Katina & Peter Zantiotis 1963

This photo was taken in March 1963.
My grandmother, Ekaterini (Katina) was from Logothetianika. Her parents were Stefanos Moulos/Mallos and Stavroula Kalopedis.
My grandfather was from Agia Anastasia. His parents were Stavro and Eugenia.

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submitted by Hellenic War History on 23.04.2015

Celebrating 100 years since the ANZACs left Mudros Harbour, Lemnos

The Lemnian Association of NSW - Lemnos1915 WWI Commemorative Committee - with the support of the
Consulate General of Greece in Sydney


cordially invites you to a special event to
commemorate 100 years the ANZACs left Mudros Harbour in Lemnos for the infamous Gallipoli landings.

Guest speaker: The Hon. David Elliott MP, Minister for Veterans Affairs

Friday, 24 April 2015
3.45pm for a 4pm start

The Terrace Room

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submitted by Kytherian Art World on 21.04.2015

Alexia Psaltis. Young artist thrilled to win inclusion in gallery display

Art student gets subsumed

By HELEN GREGORY

Newcastle Herald

February 11th, 2015

Reproduced with permission of The Newcastle Herald ©Copyright 2015


Alexia is the daughter of Peter and Sheri Psaltis, who live in Newcastle, and granddaughter of the late George Psaltis and Alexandra Psaltis (nee, Feros), of Gilgandra, and later Earlwood.

ALEXIA Psaltis’ hair-raising expeditions squeezing through ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 10.02.2015

Darwins Footprint. Cultural Perspectives on Evolution in Greece (1880-1930's)

Author: Dr Maria Zarimis

When Published: 2015

Language: English

Publisher: Central European University Press. CEU Press. CEU Press Studies in the History of Medicine Vol. 6.

Publisher’s website: http://www.ceupress.com/

Description: 340 pages including 15 black-and-white, and color illustrations.

Cloth $60.00 / €45.00 / £38.00

Paperback $35.00/ €27.00 / £22.00

ISBN: 978-963-386-077-9 ...

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submitted by Kytherian Book Review on 13.12.2014

One Year on Kythera book signing event, Kristina Williamson

At Totts Gap Art Institute

BOOK SIGNING EVENT

ONE YEAR ON KYTHERA
photographs by Kristina Williamson

Thursday, December 11, 2014
6:00-9:00 p.m. (presentation begins at 6:30pm)
The Gap Theatre
47 Broadway, Wind Gap,
Pennsylvania 18091
United States of America

Please join us for an evening featuring a presentation by the artist on her work followed by a book signing and wine reception courtesy ...

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submitted by O Kosmos on 01.11.2014

Being Greek Festival  Carss Bush Park,  Kogarah.

“Έλληνας για µια µέρα” στο φεστιβάλ του Kogarah

Mε µεγάλη επιτυχία πραγµατοποιήθηκε την περασµένη Κυριακή το φεστιβάλ Being Greek Festival στο Carss Bush Park, στο Kogarah.

Χιλιάδες επισκέπτες όλων των ηλικιών απόλαυσαν ένα πλόυ- σιο καλιτεχνικό πρόγραµµα κατά τη διάρκεια ...

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submitted by AHEPA NSW on 30.10.2014

80th Anniversary AHEPA Charity Ball

To BE HELD AT THE EXCLUSIVE

DOCKSIDE PAVILION AT DARLING HARBOUR

ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15TH 2014

AT 7PM

TICKETS $150 PER HEAD INCLUSIVE OF FOUR COURSE MEAL UNLIMITED BEER, WINE AND SOFT DRINKS

SUPPORTING THE SYDNEY CHILDREN°s HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT INCLUDING
MC GEORGE KAPINIARIS

Major prize supplied by Sutherland Volkswagen

For bookings ...

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submitted by The Daily Examiner, Grafton on 30.10.2014

"Biggest event to hit Grafton in 25 years"

Grafton Examiner, 28th Oct 2014

Clair Morton


Photograph: TRIUMPH: The audience was wowed by the music and singing of An Afternoon at the Proms.

GRAFTON'S Afternoon at the Proms may have even been better than the real thing.

Angelo Notaras thinks so, and judging by the crowd's enthusiastic standing ovations on Sunday afternoon, they do too.

An Afternoon at the Proms, based on the Proms Concert of London, was a first ...

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submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 20.10.2014

Kytheraismos Conference Sydney Nov 7 - 9th 2014

KYTHERIANS OF THE WORLD COME TO THE WORLD OF KYTHERIANS

What to look out for at Kytheraismos

What is Kytheraismos?
It’s a chance to find your Kytherian and Hellenic roots. It’s an opportunity to hear from others about why Kythera really matters. It’s a forum for exchanging ideas and personal experiences. It’s a journey of discovery. Come along and take part.

View / download a .pdf version of this announcement here:

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 10.10.2014

Stephen, Con, Anna

Stephen Zantiotis, Con Poulos (Anastasopoulos) and Anna Zantiotis (Anastasopoulos) at the wedding of Con's granddaugther on 4 October 2014.
Stephen and Anna are my parents and Con and Anna are brother and sister.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 10.10.2014

Con & Anna

Con Poulos (Anastasopoulos) and his sister, Anna Zantiotis (my mum) at the wedding of Con's granddaughter on 4 October, 2014.

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submitted by NSW Heritage on 29.09.2014

'Kythera' 118 Mortimer Street Mudgee 2850 NSW

'Kythera' was once owned by the proprietor of Mudgee's historic art deco Regent theatre. The Mediterranean origins of past owners, from the 1930s through to the 1970s, is referenced through the columns and rendering as well as through the naming, 'Kythera'.

Accommodation for couples or a family group wanting an affordable stay with that special blend of convenience, comfort and luxury in beautiful Mudgee ... with just a touch of history! Book all four bedrooms, or just one ...

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submitted by Greek Australian History on 19.09.2014

Greek Journeys Through Bonegilla

Greek Migration to Post-war Australia

In the immediate post-war years, Australia launched a bold mass immigration program to increase the size of its population: a large workforce would boost economic development; more people could better defend the country.

Initially Australia encouraged immigrants from the United Kingdom and Displaced Persons from war-torn Europe. Even within a few years the Australian economy became dependent on a constant flow of migrant labour, ...

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submitted by Saint George Leader on 19.09.2014

Estia gets approval for Kyle Bay site development

Photograph: People We Support and Carers enjoying a day at the Park

By Maria Galinovic Aug. 30, 2014

Many Kytherian-Australians avail themselves of the facilities offered by ESTIA.

This has a powerfully positive effect on the carers and the 'cared-for' lives.

The development is being built with an extraordinarily generous donation of $10 million from an anonymous donor.


Kogarah ...