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Census underestimates the number of Greek Australians

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Census 2021 revealed that 92,314 people declared that they were born in Greece, and 16,737 in Cyprus. Over half of all Australians, 51.5 percent, …

Greek Australian elevated to cabinet in Victorian government

Steve Dimopoulos is Victoria’s new minister for tourism, sport, major events, and creative industries. His elevation to cabinet in the Dan Andrews’ Labor government came after the exodus of five …

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Steve Dimopoulos – “Greek Australians should always be reminded of where we come from”

Victoria’s new cabinet ministers were sworn in on Monday at Government House after being elected unopposed at a Labor caucus meeting on Saturday. The new cabinet ministers, Lizzie Blandthorn, Steve …

Dimopoulos – Victoria’s first Greek Australian minister for creative industries

Jacinta Allan was voted unopposed as new deputy premier in Saturday’s Labor caucus meeting. The vote followed the early retirement of five of Dan Andrews’ key ministers, deputy premier, James …

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Jim Pavlidis narrates events and life with illustration

I spoke to illustrator Jim Pavlidis just before the federal election. Pavlidis is lean and angular, and in his grey shirt and faded jeans he looks like a former member …

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Dimopoulos could be a new minister

Steve Dimopoulos, the member for Oakleigh could be a new minister in a refreshed Dan Andrews Victorian Government as early as Saturday. Four cabinet ministers officially announced their retirement on …

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Greeks’ ability to rapidly mobilise and get the job done in chaos is a mystery to Lagos

Stephanie Lagos, the Australian refugee and migrant advocate, the social worker, and psychologist, had carved out a significant career in Melbourne over 20 years. The former director of Spectrum Migrant …

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FECCA Conference deemed a success

Friday June 17 concluded the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) conference, co-hosted with the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) in Melbourne. After a two-year hiatus forced …

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Crisis in the making: Labour shortages hit all sectors of the economy

Labour shortages and inflation are converging to create a perfect storm. Neos Kosmos reached out to Greek Australians in the business and service sector who expressed serious concern. Fotini Kypraios, …

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The party’s over

“The election signals the end of the dominance of the two-party system,” Kosmos (Kosma) Samaras said to Neos Kosmos. Mr Samaras is a former Labor election strategist who sees a …

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