Dina Gerolymou

News

A festival of many flavours

Neos Kosmos celebrates the sights and sounds of the Glendi weekend
with a visual diary of one of Melbourne’s largest street Festivals.

News

Victorian politicians speak up for Modern Greek

State and Federal politicians spoke out at the launch of th Antipodes Festival in support of the inclusion of Modern Greek into the national curriculum.

Features

Dr Vicky’s inclusive approach

Dr Vicky Kotsirilos incorporates scientifically-proven natural therapies into her regular medical practice.

News

Historian examines the lives of war generation

Professor Joy Damousi and Dean Kalimniou were keynote speakers at the open forum organised by the Australian Macedonian Advisory Committee.

Features

Leave scheme strikes at stay home mums

Compulsory paid paternity leave and a salary replacement income for parents could be the key to promoting gender equity, according to a leading feminist academic.

Features

Greek roots bind Australian clan

After 167 years a group of South Australians find out that they are descendants of Yiorgos Tramountanas-Northone of the first Greeks to arrive on these shores.

News

Atkinson: Thirty times Greek

The Federation of Pontian Associations honoured South Australia’s Attorney-General for his role in having the South Australian Parliament pass a resolution recognising the Pontian

Features

Father Themi: The Missionary Man

Father Themi updates Neos Kosmos on the progress of his missionary work in the western African state of Sierra Leone.

Life

Thumbs up to the 2009 Greek Film Festival

The 16th Greek Film Festival ended this weekend in Melbourne having restored it’s reputation as the peak Greek cultural event after two years of being lost in the wilderness.

Life

Balanced film festival wins fans

The director of the Greek Film Festival, Penny Kyprianou, talks about the directions and challenges of organising the annual cinematic feast.