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  • 8 Jan 2014 (0)

    Testimony to the character of the Athens building is the number of intellectuals who chose to live in it

  • 7 Jan 2014 (0)

    Justice Melissa Perry talks about her Greek-Cypriot origins, her influences in life, and the advice she has to give to younger ones that aspire to excel in the field of law

  • 6 Jan 2014 (0)

    Co-founder of iCreatePositivity, Petros Galanoulis implores us all to bring happiness back into our lives, one day at a time

  • 3 Jan 2014 (0)

    An essential part of the Greek way of life

  • 2 Jan 2014 (0)

    Award winning young author Will Kostakis has two novels behind him at the age of 24 - he credits his grandparents for his love of the written word.

  • Former PM Julia Gillard with current Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
    31 Dec 2013 (0)

    From a change of government in Australia to a successful year for our Greek communities, Penni Pappas reflects on the events that shaped us in 2013

  • Interior designer Stacey Kouros.
    30 Dec 2013 (0)

    Neos Kosmos investigates the career choices of our second, third and fourth generations, and their motivations - past to present

  • 27 Dec 2013 (1)

    In the late 1980s in Victoria there were 80 government schools and the VSL teaching Greek to more than 9,700 students

  • In his lab at Monash University, Dr Arthur Christopoulos.
    23 Dec 2013 (1)

    Dr Arthur Christopoulos is making a significant mark in the world of pharmacology through his groundbreaking research and personal quest to make drugs more selective

  • 19 Dec 2013 (0)

    The 2014 World Cup will cost tens of thousands for die-hard Aussie fans travelling to Brazil

  • 19 Dec 2013 (0)

    Tireless efforts and lobbying by the LOGOS Centre in Adelaide have seen the resurgence of Modern Greek in tertiary education

  • 18 Dec 2013 (0)

    Christos Tsiolkas talks with Fotis Kapetopoulos about his latest novel, Barracuda, class, self-loathing, success and the middle- age middle class

  • 17 Dec 2013 (0)

    A 51-year-old Greek Melbourne woman shares her experience of losing $90,000 to a scam, hopeful that others will think twice before they contact spiritualists

  • 16 Dec 2013 (0)

    Greek Australian awarded Victoria's Police Multicultural Award for Excellence 2013, for his work within the North Melbourne youth and multicultural community

  • 13 Dec 2013 (0)

    Greek metal pioneers return to Australia

  • 11 Dec 2013 (0)

    The Greek community is at a loss after Stephen Comino - a lawyer who pioneered the use of the legal system to defend wildlife and human rights - passed away.

  • 10 Dec 2013 (0)

    After trying his hand at almost every job imaginable, Denis Makris hit it big after monetising his secret talent: fixing kitchen machinery

  • 9 Dec 2013 (0)

    Media and technology usage can affect neural development in children, but it can also play a role as a learning tool. What are the rights and wrongs of screen play?

  • 6 Dec 2013 (0)

    Sophie Arvanitou's personal search for her family uncovered more to Tenedos than meets the eye

  • 4 Dec 2013 (0)

    Greek born Melbourne based artist Vasos Tsesmelis is using his paintbrush to tell the story of Ned Kelly through Greek mythology

  • 2 Dec 2013 (0)

    Moral and legal philosopher John Tasioulas talks to Neos Kosmos on the importance of human rights and their ever growing landscape

  • 28 Nov 2013 (0)

    Renowned composer John Psathas received even bigger acclaim after his composition of Athens Olympic Games ceremony

  • 26 Nov 2013 (0)

    Cyprus Red Cross was officially admitted to the International Federation of Red Cross last week thanks to the hard work of their volunteers and committee

  • 25 Nov 2013 (0)

    The buying diva of the corporate world

  • 22 Nov 2013 (0)

    The small community of monks at Mt Athos is growing. Neos Kosmos talks to two recent Greek Australian visitors.

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