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Museum’s free online publication tells stories of Australia’s migrants

The Australian National Maritime Museum is making available to the public a digital publication that showcases the voices and stories of some of the migrants to Australia who are registered …

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Share your appreciation for your educators this World Teachers’ Day

World Teachers’ Day is held annually on 5 October, to appreciate and celebrate the incredible work of educators across the globe and Neos Kosmos wants to help you share your …

“For my parents, all four of them”

Peter Papathanasiou's 'Little One' is a powerful memoir about family bonds, love and sacrifice rooted in an extraordinary secret
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Sotiris Tsiodras expresses outrage over aged care: Athens did not learn its lesson

Greece confirmed 354 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, and three deaths. At St Panteleimon aged care facility, central Athens, there were 32 new COVID-19 cases from a sample of …

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Inauguration ceremony for new lighting at the Acropolis

The new lighting of the Acropolis was unveiled on Wednesday. The lighting is the first of a series of projects to upgrade the infrastructure of the global heritage monument, according …

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Vasilis Michaelides: A tribute to the national poet of Cyprus

Literary creation is deeply rooted in the island of Cyprus, being a means through which the island’s historic continuity and national self-awareness has been manifested. The beginnings of modern Cypriot …

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Marc Chagall and Greece: a love story hidden between the brush strokes

“Greece is both still Europe but also already the Orient.” Marc Chagall   At first instance, Modernist painter Marc Chagall’s relationship with Greece is not immediately apparent. Referred to by …

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416 new COVID-19 cases in Greece, 240 in Attica

Greece confirmed 416 new COVID-19 infections on Tuesday, with 240 of these from the region of Attica, especially central Athens. The Greek National Public Health Organisation said 55 of the …

Ten Greek musicians of world renown

1. Mikis Theodorakis Michail Theodorakis was born in Chios in 1925 and is the giant of Greek music with over 1,000 works to his name. He was a teen living …

Pontian Hellenism, memories and dreams

Students of St Panteleimon Greek School Dandenong enjoyed success in an international competition of schools from the Greek diaspora. The school won second place in the newspaper category, managing to …

Burning down the house: Bushfire seasons around the world

Growing up in Australia, one is no stranger to raging wind, seas, brutal and harsh sunlight, and the constant blazing fires that char their way through every summer. For those …

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US Secretary of State supports Greece’s efforts for peace, stability and prosperity in the eastern Mediterranean

Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis greeted US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at Chania, Crete, on Monday evening. Mr Pompeo and his wife, Susan, will be staying at the Greek …

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Eradication or suppression? Jenny Mikakos casts doubt over Victoria’s COVID-19 strategy

Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews has persistently denied that the state was pursuing a controversial “eradication” strategy in relation to COVID-19, however former health minister Jenny Mikakos caused a stir on …