Maja Jovic


Tsiros amongst the tallest poppies

University of South Australia’s Dr Margarita Tsiros awarded as one of state’s brightest young minds for her research on childhood obesity.


Reluctant to leave home

Young Greek Australians in their late 20s the least likely to fly from the home nest, study finds.


Where Dike and Asclepius meet

The Ninth Greek Legal and Medical Conference will take place this September in Costa Navarino, Messinia, bringing together medical and legal professionals from around the world.


As beautiful as the ancient Greek body

Featuring over 100 treasures from the British Museum’s eminent Greek and Roman collection, ‘The Body Beautiful in Ancient Greece’ opens Saturday at Bendigo Art Gallery


The many heritages of Tessa Kiros

130 family-friendly recipes from Kiros’ eight best selling cookbooks are now compiled in her newly released Tessa Kiros: The Recipe Collection.


Priest’s disbelief over stolen church jewellery

Father Eleftherios Tatsis tells Neos Kosmos his version of events before a brazen robbery saw $100,000 of donated jewellery stolen at the Holy Monastery of Panagia Kamariani.


Wedding couture feast

Over 200 years of wedding gown fashion and exquisite craftsmanship is now on display at Rippon Lea House, as part of the National Trust exhibition ‘Love, Desire and Riches’


CALD communities the focus of violence prevention

Recently implemented Second Action Plan set to prevent violence against women and their children from Indigenous and migrant communities and women with disability.


Space as a canvas

Projection artist Nick Azidis has been using Melbourne as a canvas for his artwork for over 20 years.


‘Filoxenia’ of Greek sea dogs

The new three-part documentary series Greeks of the Sea, to premiere on SBS ONE, tells a story of Greek mariners and their love affair with the sea.