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EU Council discusses Turkish provocations

Greece and Cyprus called for the EU member states to condemn Turkey over provocations in the Eastern Mediterranean on Friday. During the online video conference there were no immediate conclusions, …

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Saudi billionaire buys Jackie Kennedy’s Mayfair Onassis apartment for his daughter

A Saudi billionaire bought the luxury Mayfair apartment which hosted Jackie Kennedy for £18.6 million so that his daughter could live there while she studies in London. The luxury 5-bedroom …

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254 new coronavirus cases in Greece, 2 deaths

The Greek authorities confirmed 254 new cases of coronavirus on Friday and two deaths. Twenty incidents were located during checks at the country’s entrance gates, 98 in the Attica region, …

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Turkey ramps up provocations in the East Mediterranean as Greece garners international support

Turkish research vessel Oruc Reis re-entered Greece’s continental shelf on Thursday, moving westward, accompanied by Turkish warships. Greek armed forces are on high alert, observing movements while diplomatic manoeuvres are …

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Victorian government boosts support for multicultural communities

The Victorian Government is boosting support for multicultural communities across the state so that all Victorians can play their part, help slow the spread of coronavirus and stay safe. Premier …

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Figuring out the financial future of the A-League

A-League’s Central Coast Mariners have known to be searching for a new owner for quite some time and early last current owner Mike Charlesworth publicly announced the the club was …

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Not all things begin with the Greeks – a discussion with Professor Louise A. Hitchcock

Louise A. Hitchcock is Professor in Archaeology, Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne and an expert on the Bronze Age and the Sea People. She knows  the Philistines, Babylonians, …

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The way we are at Neos Kosmos these days

We hope you haven’t noticed the difference in Neos Kosmos, but there have been changes in the last eight months as a result of the global pandemic. Despite the chaos, …

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What’s On 13 August – 20 August

ONLINE FREE ONLINE LECTURE CHANDRIS: BY SEA TO AUSTRALIA Maritime illustrator and historical enthusiast, Michael Brady, will present a lecture about Anthony and Dimitri Chandris’ unlikely success as shipping magnates …

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Lawyer X Nicola Gobbo has more to fear from Victoria Police!

A convicted murderer (“SAM”) says his former lawyer Nicola Gobbo has more to fear from Victoria Police. He was a former client of Ms Gobbo – a criminal barrister and …

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Committee Inquiry hearing on Working Holiday Maker program to stream live today

The Joint Standing Committee on Migration  is set to hold on an online  public hearing for its inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker program  that will be streamed live from …

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Victoria’s numbers drop to 278, eight deaths

Victoria’s COVID-19 figures on Wednesday showed the deadliest day with 21 new deaths, however figures appear to be dropping with 278 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths on Thursday. The …