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  • 11 August 2016

    It took more than just stamina and technique to get Stavros Michael through one of the most challenging marathons in the world

  • Strigas family. Hopes and dreams.
    22 Dec 2009 (0)

    Sotiris Strigas talks to MIKE SWEET about spending Christmas in Athens and the unique traditions his family shares over the festive season.

  • Minister for the Economy, Papakonstantinou, (c), has much on his plate.
    21 Dec 2009 (0)

    Greece has become the laughing stock of Europe and the term "Greek statistics" is used widely and derisively, urgent reform is needed.

  • Kafeneio. Mens sanctuary.
    15 Dec 2009 (0)

    Chris Fotinopoulos reflects on the role that the kafeneio has played to a whole generation of Greek men in Australia.

  • Dr Vicky Kotsirilos. Integrative medicine.
    8 Dec 2009 (0)

    Dr Vicky Kotsirilos incorporates scientifically-proven natural therapies into her regular medical practice.

  • Haris Karnezi. Child psychologist.
    1 Dec 2009 (0)

    A Greek psychologist has developed a world first program to help autistic children integrate into their social environments through play and drama.

  • Luxuriate in Australia's prime spa country
    30 Nov 2009 (0)

    Daylesford is the Spa Centre of Australia, a fantasy location for pampering, but does it live up to expectations? Catherine Kladakis road tests two day spas and two ‘wellness re

  • James Frangos a major creative force in Daylesford
    30 Nov 2009 (0)

    A man for all seasons, James Frangos lives his art in the food, the accomodation and sculptures which create Frangos & Frangos in Daylesford.

  • Leave scheme. Working women.
    24 Nov 2009 (0)

    Compulsory paid paternity leave and a salary replacement income for parents could be the key to promoting gender equity, according to a leading feminist academic.

  • Nick Hatzoglou. AFL.
    24 Nov 2009 (0)

    Nick Hatzoglou about the AFL's Multicultural Program and its work in extending aussie rules to culturally diverse communities.

  • A self-portrait of Hambis just after the invasion of Cyprus in 1974
    23 Nov 2009 (0)

    Hambis Tsangaris the celebrated printmaker, story teller and chronicler of the Cyprus’ modern political history, talks to MELISSA REYNOLDS exclusively for Neos Kosmos.

  • One of the many Greek tanks 'guarding' the Athenian streets in 1973
    17 Nov 2009 (0)

    1973 and the Greek military Junta is about to fall because of the actions of young university students.

  • George Tramountanas North settled in Australia in 1842.
    16 Nov 2009 (0)

    After 167 years a group of South Australians find out that they are descendants of Yiorgos Tramountanas-Northone of the first Greeks to arrive on these shores.

  • Australian Special Forces in Afghanistan, trained as Spartans.
    9 Nov 2009 (0)

    Dr Michael C Scott, a Research Fellow in ancient history from Cambridge, writes exclusively for Neos Kosmos about his book, Democrats to Kings: the brutal dawn of a new worl

  • Dr Jim Vadolas. Thalassaemia researcher.
    3 Nov 2009 (0)

    Thalassaemia affects one in ten Greek Australians but it is a condition which presents itself as a major health issue across the world.

  • Hop Scotch. Digital Lifestyle.
    27 Oct 2009 (0)

    The Digital Liiefstyle Show in Melbourne has something for all the family, according to its Greek Australian Director, Peter Barlow.

  • 1940: Greek soldier sits on a mini tank captured from the invading Italian army.
    23 Oct 2009 (0)

    On October 28 Mussolini gave Greece an ultimatum; allow the Italian army to occupy Greece, or he would invade. The answer was simple; "NO!" The Greeks routed the Italians heralding

  • Asylum seekers. Nicosia.
    20 Oct 2009 (0)

    The treatment of migrants by police, in an effort to crackdown on crime and illegal immigration in Nicosia, has come under scrutiny.

  • Steve Agi. Melbourne Coffee Review.
    20 Oct 2009 (0)

    Steve Agi talks about the just-published Melbourne Coffee Review which review the best 100 coffee spots in Melbourne.

  • Beethoven Symphony no.9
    13 Oct 2009 (0)

    The emergence of Greece and Greek nationalism, claims MICHAEL CHRISTOFORIDIS, played an important role in shaping the Romantic music tradition of the 19th century.

  • Glamorous pose. Fifties beauty.
    13 Oct 2009 (0)

    Old family photographs and a mother’s anecdote sends JEANA VITHOULKAS off on a journey of exploration of representations of the past.

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