Anastasia Tsirtsakis

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Tony Mavromatis: ‘I feel privileged that I’m able to have a voice for workers’

When the role for union representative opened up at Tony Mavromatis’ workplace, he found himself compelled to put his hand up for the job. A boilermaker by trade, and a …

Life

LIVE BLOG: Giota Negka wows the crowd at the Antipodes Festival

Will you be at the Antipodes | Lonsdale St Greek festival this weekend? There will be souvlaki, ouzo and Greek music and dance in the large Greek street festival on …

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Travel agents express concerns over coronavirus: ‘It will be disastrous’

Since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern last month, there have an increasing number of cases reported around the world. …

Features

‘I need to feel whole’: Cypriot woman in search of twin she thought was deceased

On 20 December, 1965, a woman gave birth to twin baby girls in Athens, Greece. But amid the joy there was heartbreak – the mother was informed that one of …

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Global advocacy for elderly Greek Australians being misdiagnosed with dementia

Neuropsychologist Matthew Staios is at the forefront of cutting edge research into the misdiagnosis of dementia among elderly Greek Australians. As part of his PhD, he has managed to highlight …

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Indie rock band Sienna Wild’s Louis Goutos on evolving as a band and finding their sound

Fans across Australia have just been treated to the latest offering by Melbourne-based Indie rock band Sienna Wild. Speaking to bass guitarist and vocalist, Louis Goutos after their first national …

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‘Underpayment is really common’, some paid $12 an hour, reveals Greek hospitality worker

Since Angelos Atimos moved to Australia from Greece seven years ago, he has been working in the hospitality industry. For the first two years he was being paid under the …

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Beyond Calombaris: Is the hospitality industry sustainable? The consensus is no

With administrators having been called in to take over George Calombaris’ Made Establishment, its 18 eateries and some 500 employees, criticism of the controversial underpayment of $7.83 million to staff …

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MS survivor Ari Arambatzis given a second chance at life thanks to Russian MS treatment

It was just over three years ago that Sophia Varagiannis reached out to Neos Kosmos to raise awareness about her husband’s battle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in their quest to …

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Diana Rouvas gets set to battle it out on ‘Eurovision– Australia Decides’

For Diana Rouvas there isn’t a time she can remember before music. Her formal training started from just four years of age, though it started way before that. Her parents …