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Sydney-siders gasp for air: ‘It really does feel like we are suffocating’

Smoke and air pollution from the dozens of bushfires still burning across New South Wales, have continued to hit record highs in Sydney, with alarmingly low air quality. On Tuesday, …

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A voice of reason for millennials amid the noise of social media

Social media has had a significant impact on the fashion industry, altering who has an influence, as well granting round the clock access to consumers. It is the first thing …

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The new Victorian Greek Orthodox Archdiocesan district explained

With a changing of the guard, new developments are inevitable, and that has certainly been the case since His Eminence Archbishop Makarios stepped foot on Australian shores. In addition to …

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New project seeks Greek carers of loved ones with dementia

As the first generation of Greek Australians age, the prevalence of dementia is on the rise. The National Institute of Dementia Research projects the condition will increase by more than …

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Parents honour memory of son’s short life by giving back

Late last year Maria Mihos and her husband George shared their heartbreak of losing their son with Neos Kosmos. Haralambos Harrison Mihos was born premature at 23 weeks and three …

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Acclaimed chef Diane Kochilas: ‘We have a complete failure of vision when it comes to how we export Greek culture and cuisine’

Celebrity chef Diane Kochilas wears many hats. The Greek American is a cooking show host, award-winning author of numerous cookbooks, owns a cooking school in Ikaria – and that’s just …

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Young Greek backpacker’s job application for Australian farm work goes viral

Each year over 600,000 backpackers make their way to Australia, and Lukas Giankintzis has found a way to stand out. The 26-year-old from the island of Kos posted a job …

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This Greek Australian father is trying to combat isolation among autistic adults

Steve Drakoulis’ son George was diagnosed with autism at two-and-a-half. At that stage, the father of two knew next to nothing about autism. “All you know is that it’s supposed …

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Nick Kozakis: the Greek Aussie director behind the clip for record breaking song ‘Dance Monkey’

When Nick Kozakis was approached to create the video clip for Dance Monkey by independent Aussie talent Tones and I, he could never have anticipated the song’s projected popularity. Since …

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Young Greek Australian dreams of representing Greece at Eurovision

Earlier this year, Leea Nanos was one of 10 performers selected to compete in Eurovision – Australia Decides to represent Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest. Though she wasn’t the …

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