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Nikos Cakes celebrates 30 years of success

Nikos Cakes celebrates 30 years of success

'To be successful there must be constant improvement and development within the business to stay ahead of the times,' say Nick and Tass Poupouzas.

Maria Vamvakinou MP calls for unity and respect

Maria Vamvakinou MP calls for unity and respect

"Putting the blame on migrant communities for voting 'No' is backwards in itself."

Devastating flash floods in Athens leave 16 dead and many homeless

Devastating flash floods in Athens leave 16 dead and many homeless

One of the worst natural disasters to hit the capital in decades, Greece declares national day of mourning.

Same Sex Marriage: Australia says 'yes'

Same Sex Marriage: Australia says 'yes'

Members of the Greek community share their thoughts on the defining moment in Australia's political history.

Did you know you can now try Cypriot Greek Grill's delicacies anytime?

Did you know you can now try Cypriot Greek Grill's delicacies anytime?

Melbourne's first Cypriot pop-up mobile food stall has a physical store in Oakleigh.

Chef David Tsirekas calls for greater appreciation of regional Greek cuisine

Chef David Tsirekas calls for greater appreciation of regional Greek cuisine

The acclaimed chef takes Neos Kosmos' Stuart McLennan on a culinary trip down his favourite Hellenic flavours.

Herakles, the antisocial hero

Herakles, the antisocial hero

Professor Amy Smith introduces audiences to 'the man' at her upcoming talk on one of Greek mythology's greatest characters.

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  • 15 November 2017

    Professor Amy Smith introduces audiences to 'the man' at her upcoming talk on one of Greek mythology's greatest characters.

  • 13 November 2017

    Petros Charalambous' debut feature film is an ode to the struggles of coming of age and survival, set in a mountain village in 1980s Cyprus.

  • 13 November 2017

    Playwright Dan Giovannoni reveals what drew him to Merciless Gods, leading him create a celebrated play that gives an alternative voice to the migrant experience.

  • 09 November 2017

    A quick glance at venues and bands in the city's hot jazz scene.

  • 08 November 2017

    After moving to Finland, Melissa Georgiou turned her attention to children's books and has created a series that deals with managing anger, sadness, tantrums and mindset.

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