Author Archives: Xenofon Chatzidimitriou

Brendan Behan and Theodorakis “laughing boy”

Author: Damian Mac Con Uladh Written in honour of Irish revolutionary hero Michael Collins, Brendan Behan’s song The laughing boy’, or ‘To gelasto paidi’ in its Greek translation, has come to stand for various Greek historical figures and events and … Continue reading

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Looking after third age in Ireland

Seniors Alert Scheme This scheme, which has been advertised on the radio recently, is government-funded, and offers peace of mind to people aged over 65 who know that if they have a fall or need help with anything, assistance is … Continue reading

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News from “Medecins sans frontieres”

In 2016 alone, MSF carried out in Greece: • 54,200 outpatient consultations • 8,100 individual mental health consultations • 650 group mental health sessions I would invite you to look at page 44 of our activity report for the most … Continue reading

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Information about Credit card payments

Dear parents, members and friends of the Hellenic Community of Ireland, We have the pleasure to inform you that registration for the Greek Language ( modern and ancient ) courses for children and adults can be made online at www.helleniccommunity.ie … Continue reading

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Sticky: Greek Culture

I is not possible to appraise Greek Culture a a whole, through a computer screen. Nevertheless, being aware of the force and the potentialities of new technologies, we tried to squeeze in this program the millennia of artistry, the centuries … Continue reading

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Schools to Remain Closed – Tuesday 17 October 2017

Schools to remain closed Tuesday 17 October, 2017 Following careful consideration by the National Emergency Coordination Group, the Department of Education and Skills, has decided that all schools will remain closed tomorrow. This decision was primarily taken in the interests … Continue reading

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The President of the Republic addressed the people of Cyprus on the occasion of the Independence Day of the Republic of Cyprus

GOVERNMENT OF CYPRUS PRESS AND INFORMATION MINISTRY OF INTERIOR OFFICE (P.I.O.) PRESS RELEASE No.1 The President of the Republic addressed the people of Cyprus on the occasion of the Independence Day of the Republic of Cyprus, yesterday Our side is … Continue reading

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Greek culture night

Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation Join the Hellenic Community of Ireland & the Greek Orthodox Community for a taste of Greek culture. Learn a Greek dance, communicate in Greek in our Greek school or visit the first Orthodox church … Continue reading

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Greek School lessons already started!

Lessons already started for the Greek School. If you like you can register with 2 options: 1) Visiting our School in Arbour Hill and payment by cash 2) On line registration and payment by credit card on this link. https://hellenicschool.membersportal.co/

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Registration for academic year 2017-18

Dear parents, members and friends of the Hellenic Community of Ireland, It is our honour and pleasure to invite you this coming Saturday 2nd September to register yourself and/or your children for the new school year 2016/2017. For the second … Continue reading

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