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- One-on-one with Anastasia Katselas and Faye Kontos
- Melbourne cafe inspired by 1950s Greek delicatessens
- Golden Dawn are Nazis, plain and simple
- Developer Con Nikiforides dies age 56
- Greek Jewish community hails citizenship decision
- Healthy Greek olive oil bottled and consumed like medicine
- Commemorating the 196th anniversary of the Greek Revolution
- Dijsselbloem: Southern Europe spent EU money on "drinks and women"
- Laskarina Bouboulina, the Lady of the Revolution
- WHO: Greece far exceeds normal rate of C-section births
- Four dead in tragic accident on Greek highway
- Turkey threatens Greece and Cyprus
- Parthenon voted the most beautiful building in the world
- RIP George Hatzipanagiotis
- World's most beautiful street located in Greece
- Parthenon Marbles resurgence
- Healthy and delicious meals to carry us through Greek Orthodox Lent
- Brother of alleged Bourke Street murderer, Angelo Gargasoulas jailed for two months
- Greece looks to become top tourism destination in the world
- The best IGA in the world belongs to a Greek migrant from Ikaria
The Greek team will face its biggest test of the current World Cup Qualifying campaign at the Stade Roi Baudouin in Brussels this weekend.
On 25 March 2017, women around the world living with a debilitating yet worryingly common disease, gather to raise awareness. Neos Kosmos shares a personal story.
Hellenic lawmakers decided to allow the descendants of Holocaust survivors, many of whom live in Israel, to apply for Greek citizenship.
Made from a family recipe with real milk, owner John Konstas couldn't be happier about the win.
John Griffin, Australia's ambassador to Greece, speaks to Neos Kosmos in an exclusive interview.
'O Drakos /The Ogre of Athens' is considered by many to be the best Greek film of its time.
Winning entries will be published in the 63rd issue of the annual bilingual periodical Antipodes.
The virus was the first case reported in Europe.
The redevelopment has been made possible by a funding contribution of $350,000 from the Victorian Government.
The feature explores the creative renaissance Greece is currently experiencing, as the number of holidaymakers from the UK skyrockets.
There's never been a better time to be a football agent.
Players will be putting their best foot forward as they compete to make the final cut early next week.
John Vithoulkas explores what defines a modern Greek: Name? Blood? Or heart?
The Greece-based company was awarded the Top Rated Retail Interiors Project 2016 award.
Dr Heather Jackson will present a lecture on 'Images of Myth and Life: the University of Melbourne Collection of Greek Vases'.
For your next visit to Greece invest some time volunteering through THI organisations and programs.
Senator Nick Xenophon is shaking up South Australian politics with the launch of new party SA Best and candidates who have real-life skills and experience.
Emmanuel Santos and Carol Gordon explore the community's history from 300 BCE to now through photography and film.