Sexual consent: Is it really a matter of Yes or No?

Last Friday, the New South Wales Government released its first sexual assault strategy, in a bid to improve prevention, provide greater support to victims and better ensure that perpetrators are …

Back to the basics of the Mediterranean diet

In a conversation with Dr Anthony Mariani, an Italian Australian expert on the cookery culture that changed the way we approach food, we revisit what 'eating like a Greek' is all about
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The hybrid paradox: both fascinating and disturbing

Looking back through history at humanity’s response, it is clear that there is something disconcerting about animal-human hybrids. One need only look at literary representations such as Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein …

Wandering the Mediterranean

Meet Paula Hagiefremidis, a Greek Australian entrepreneur committed to providing immersive travel experiences and helping people unleash their creative potential
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NPL status update

Sydney Olympic: Abbas Saad’s team wasn’t successful at the Ilinden Sports Centre against Rockdale, and was defeated 1-0 thanks to a late Urosevski goal. This loss brings them to the …


Bentleigh conquer the Bergers to recapture Dockerty Cup

Bentleigh Greens have recaptured the Dockerty Cup trophy they lost to Heidelberg United last year, with a 2-0 win over the Bergers in a fiery final at Jack Edwards Reserve …


Croatia on the verge of history

Can Croatia create history on Monday morning to become a first-time winner of football’s ultimate prize, the FIFA World Cup? To do so it will have to deny one of …


Why the Socceroos need to be like the old school Greek Australian footballers

While the Socceroos received plaudits for the fighting spirit and discipline for their performances at the 2018 World Cup, there was one ingredient missing – an attacking edge. While the …


VMC: ‘When migrants do not take English lessons, it is because of other urgent needs’

On Saturday 30 June, Neos Kosmos published an article by the Hon Alan Tudge MP, in which the federal Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs argued on the contribution of the …


Pokies play you, not the other way around says Cr Kris Pavlidis

In the lead-up to the state government election, City of Whittlesea mayor and director of Pronia, Kris Pavlidis is continuing her fight against gambling, and in particular pokie machines. On …


Greece to expel Russian diplomats over suspected attempt to undermine Greece-FYROM deal

Greece is moving towards expelling two Russian diplomats, and blocking two others from entering the country, who are suspected of having been involved in an attempt to undermine the deal …

Sydney’s Greek Orthodox Community honours its 120 year history

The Greek Orthodox Community (GOC) of Sydney celebrated 120 years since its foundation back in 1898 at their Community Centre in Brighton. President of the GOC, Harry Danalis spoke of …


Nightfall: A performance validating the child’s perspective

Before heading down to La Mama theatre this week with your little one to watch Nightfall, take a moment to recall all those stories your parents would narrate of you …


Tsipras promises tax cuts and pension protection, while European patience runs thin

The leftist-rightist coalition government in Greece is promising to implement tax relief from the start of the new year, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said. In his speech at the assembly of the northern …