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Cyprus pins hopes on Australian solar technology

Cyprus pins hopes on Australian solar technology

To reform its oil-dependent economy and meet a European Union target.

The Water Diviner slammed at US release

The Water Diviner slammed at US release

Warner Brothers' insensitivity over timing felt worldwide.

Greece's best Eurovision entries

Greece's best Eurovision entries

Elena Paparizou can't get all the fame for Greece's impressive Eurovision entries. Neos Kosmos looks back at some of the most memorable acts presented by Greece.

Pensions affected

Pensions affected

Retirees living overseas at risk of losing part of their benefits after six weeks, while part-pensioners could be taken off the books completely.

Eugenia's psychedelic   universe

Eugenia's psychedelic universe

Eugenia Loli's mesmerising collages have become viral messages shared by thousands of people.

The Block: a highly recommended experience

The Block: a highly recommended experience

Greek Australian Anastasia talks about her experience on The Block and the couple's plans from now on.

Waiting for the clouds

Waiting for the clouds

Dean Kalimniou suggests that Turkish society itself, rather than the state, is moving towards being open about the Pontian and Armenian genocide.

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  • 22 May 2015

    Australia will have some decisive power in the Eurovision final this year. Greek Australians will have the chance to vote for the motherland. Will our 12 points go to Greece?

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  • 20 May 2015

    Dean Kalimniou suggests that Turkish society itself, rather than the state, is moving towards being open about the Pontian and Armenian genocide.

  • 11 May 2015

    The principality of Theodoro.

  • 4 May 2015

    The whole Gallipoli campaign was fought in an area where 35,000 Greek people were forcibly removed from their homes and many were killed.

  • 1 May 2015

    Antonis Deligiorgis, 34, a family-man who singlehandedly rescued more than 20 of the 93 migrants from drowning, restores our faith to Greek valour and humanity.

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