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Sport

Young African-Australian talent needed to take South Melbourne FC to another level

South Melbourne FC Youth Director Peter Kokotis is passionate about integrating “new Australians into NPL football.” “In my work in football across Asia I have met unbelievable African talent, many …

Life

Greek-Australian cultural industry needs to take part in the reimagining of Australia Council for the Arts

Jade Lillie has a tough job as the Head of Sector Development for the Australia Council for the Arts. She has just launched the Australia Council’s Let’s Re-Imagine Together, which …

News

James Merlino rejects criticism of government modelling

Deputy Premier of Victoria James Merlino and the Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence held a multicultural media conference on Monday 7 September to discuss the government’s ‘road map’ out …

Dialogue

Parliament an instrument that ensures the ultimate safety of citizens

Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews wants parliament to agree on a 12-month extension of the state’s emergency powers. This is unlikely to pass the Legislative Council. These powers have made the …

News

“What is going on here is unacceptable to me,” Premier Daniel Andrews told the multicultural media

KEY POINTS Greek Age Care Deaths Premier Andrews said he was heartbroken to think that Greek Australians “who have lived their whole life working hard to build a better Victoria …

News

Victorian government grilled in parliamentary inquiry over COVID-19 management

The second round of the Public Accounts and Estimates Committee (PAEC) Inquiry into the Victorian Government’s handling of the COVID19 Pandemic crisis began Tuesday 11 August 2020. The Premier, his …

News

St Basil’s in Adelaide is not like its Victorian counterpart

The death of fifteen residents in the Greek Orthodox Archdioceses’ St Basil’s Homes for the Aged in Victoria from coronavirus has tainted the name of other Archdiocese centres around Australia. …

Features

Kerr’s curse, the Gough Whitlam dismissal and the Palace Letters

Professor Jenny Hocking fought for two years and won a High Court case this May to have 211 letters between Buckingham Palace and the then governor general, Sir John Kerr, …

Bureaucrats fail in their role and the government pays the price

Premier Daniel Andrews, the Minister of Health Jenny Mikakos, and the Chief Health Officer have told Victorians that they have become “too complacent.” The Chief of Police is muscular about …

Features

Harlem takes charge of its own

Neos Kosmos talked to three people who are deeply invested in the providing services and building resilience in Harlem. Lloyd Williams, the President and CEO of the Greater Harlem Chamber …