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Fotis Kapetopoulos

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Sidney Nolan: Ancient Greece, War and the never changing realities of humanity

They sent forth men to battle, But no such men return; And home, to claim their welcome, Come ashes in an urn In Aeschylus’, Agamemnon (Oresteia, #1) Sidney Nolan: Myth …

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“Everybody is frustrated” says Victoria’s Acting CHO Prof. Cowie as Omicron sweeps through the community

Victorian COVID response Commander, Jeroen Weimar, and Acting Chief Health Officer (CHO), Professor Ben Cowie, briefed ethnic media on the government’s new COVID restrictions. Professor Ben Cowie presented the media …

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Opposition leadership heap praise on the Greek Cultural Centre

On Monday 20 December, the President of the Greek Community of Melbourne Victoria (GCMV), Mr Bill Papastergiadis, and members of his committee hosted the federal Deputy Opposition leader Richard Marles …

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Impressive ‘ancient Greek warriors’ exhibition launches in Canberra

A once-in-a-lifetime exhibition opens in Canberra tomorrow showcasing the competitive spirit of the Ancient Greek world. Ancient Greeks: Athletes Warriors and Heroes display was launched at the National Museum of …

Confusion, misinformation over vaccines have tragic results

Nick (not his real name) reached out to Neos Kosmos because he was surprised and concerned with the “confusion over COVID-19 tests” at his mother’s pensioner club. Nick’s mother who …

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Unvaccinated resident dies in new Fronditha Age Greek Care COVID-19 outbreak

The Victorian Greek aged care facility Fronditha Care St Albans is currently dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak. Fronditha Care St Albans has confirmed that 25 residents, out of the total …

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Vic Gov pumps $20m to reignite Melbourne’s live music scene

Last Sunday, 14 November, Victoria’s Minister for Creative Industries Danny Pearson announced $20 million in “funding for live music as well as Australian-first events interruption insurance package to provide the …

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Pearson announces $20m for Melbourne’s live music to burn bright this summer

Sunday November 14 Victoria’s Minister for Creative Industries Danny Pearson announced $20 million in “funding for live music as well as Australian-first events interruption insurance package to provide the security …

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“These languages are building blocks in all education,” says Steve Georganas

Steve Georganas, Federal Member for the SA seat of Adelaide, went into battle to save Italian at Flinders University. “Students of the Italian programme at Flinders University alerted me of …

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Lockdown will be missed on some level

Melbourne is out of lockdown and hopefully we will not need to experience another one, or not as long. We dust off and prepare to make this city again the …

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