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Plans to split Hellenic Aerospace Industry into private and state-owned companies

The splitting of the Hellenic Aerospace Industry (EAB) in two main arms is expected to be completed in September. The aim is to separate the manufacturing and repairs arm with …

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Dimopoulos announces ALWAYS LIVE Program via Arts Centre Melbourne

Arts Centre Melbourne has official become a partner in the inaugural state-wide celebration of contemporary live music, ALWAYS LIVE, cementing Melbourne and Victoria as the live music capital of Australia. The program will …

Australia is great… but needs a bit of salt

Isabella Vagnoni sought out her peers to understand the difference between young Greek nationals and Greek-Australians
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Hellenic Air Force to have major air capacities the region

The General Staff of the Hellenic Air Force reportedly sent a letter to the United States requesting the upgrade of 38 F-16 Block 50 aircraft. The letter should resolve the …

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Monkey pox cases rise in Greece

Along with a rise in flu and COVID-19 cases, confirmed monkeypox cases in Greece rose to 48 according to the National Public Health Organization (EODY). All are males with a …

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Olympiacos hold their nerve to down SK Slovan Bratislava in tense penalty shoot-out

Olympiacos have extended their European ambitions after a thrilling victory against SK Slovan Bratislava, downing them dramatically on penalties to break the hearts of the home faithful. The Piraeus giants …

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Well-known musician David Davidopoulos is no longer with us

For decades, David Davidopoulos entertained the Greek community in Australia and beyond. He spread joy playing his harmonium, his accordion, or singing, in the Greek clubs, in concerts. He played …

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He came from Greece for a holiday and died of suicide in Melbourne

What was to be his dream holiday in Australia, came to a tragic end for a Greek citizen who ended his life in Melbourne, far from home.

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Boat carrying migrants sinks off Karpathos-dozens feared dead

A massive search operation by port authorities and navy officials was launched in Greece following a shipwreck east of the island of Karpathos on Wednesday (Greece time). The coast guard …

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Arvanitakis appointed as Director of the Forrest Research Foundation in WA

Professor James Arvanitakis, a regular contributor to Neos Kosmos, was appointed as the new Director of the Forrest Research Foundation. The Foundation was established in Western Australia to support a …

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ATO jobs offer ‘foot in the door’ for high school leavers

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is offering 2021 and 2022 school leavers in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Traralgon, Gosford and Newcastle a unique opportunity to get a ‘foot in …

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Work at the Victorian State election this November

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) is looking for casual staff for the 2022 Victorian State election. ‘Working at the election is a fantastic way to contribute to democracy in Victoria,’ …

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Turkey’s largest drilling ship in contested waters off Cyprus

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the launch of the country’s Abdulhamid Han drill ship in contested waters off Cyprus on Tuesday (Greek time). The inaugural ceremony for Abdulhamid Han, …

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