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Ioannis Sofianos

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Locked up houses of diasporans in Greece: Who will tend to them?

It’s the start of June and the Greek islands have begun to welcome their summer guests. Each year, prior to COVID, many Greeks living abroad, would visit their family homes …

Life

Rebetika lovers of Victoria invite you to their weekly jam sessions

“All the rebetes of the world love me…those who do not know me, will know me now,” sang Markos Vamvakaris. In his autobiography, the ‘patriarch’ of rebetika recalls writing the …

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Queen Vic Market traders worried about future five kilometre radius restrictions

There have been strong political and social reactions amidst the decision to have put Victoria in a stage four lockdown. Despite the lockdown ending on Wednesday 17 February at 11:59pm, …

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Maria Sakkari can’t wait to see flags waving at the Australian Open

“My love for Greece is something I cannot possibly put into words,” tennis champ Maria Sakkari told Neos Kosmos while in hotel quarantine in Melbourne. At a time when tennis …

Life

Aristotelis Sarrikostas, the Associated Press photographer who captured the spirit of the Polytechnic Uprising

It has been 47 years since the Polytechnic uprising and a plethora of articles, opinion pieces, books have been written about the events which took place at 3am, 17 November, …

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Expatriate shopkeepers welcome back their loyal customers in full force

The coronavirus pandemic seems to have made the phrase ‘you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone’ ring truer than ever since March, causing unprecedented health, social, and economic …

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Greek-Australian Reeny Paraskeva joins Jarden Australia, a rising star in investment banking

Greek-Australian Reeny Paraskeva will be joining Jarden Australia as Managing Director and Head of General Industrials, as the New Zealand investment and advisory group expands its operations to Australia. Ms …

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