Education key to Cyprus solution
Dialogue, communication and exchange are the key factors in the resolution of the Cyprus problem accoridng to the deputy director of La Trobe University’s Centre for Dialogue.
Homeric tale by women
Simple take on Odyssey tale proves to be satisfying
Spitting chips about fish
Spiro Gazis has owned and run his Lorne restaurant for 18 years, and shows no sign of reeling in his line just yet
Greeks at the beach
While many Greeks head back to work in the dusty cities, others continue to get their daily swim in at the beach. Margaret Paul spoke to several Hellenes at home on the rugged coas
Greek food with a flourish
For decades, Kosta Talimanidis has been a prominent feature of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. He’s the 12 Apostles of the restaurant world. Margaret Paul caught up with the style and
Man killed playing golf
A 62-year-old man was killed by lightning on a NSW golf course on Thursday, as wild weather struck the state.
Collecting cans on the way to Cannes
The future of the environment and the Australian film industry is a little bit more assured this week, with Greek Australian students among the prize-winners at Future Shots
NSW Premier supports return of Parthenon Statues
NSW Premier Kristina Keneally is the latest Australian politician to call for the Parthenon Sculptures to be returned to Athens.
Expert calls to reduce stress on students
The stress on high school graduates is “overwhelming” and should be reduced, according to a PhD graduate in biological psychiatry.
Greek MP defends WikiLeaks
As whistleblower website WikiLeaks continues to release confidential cables, Federal Labor MP Maria Vamvakinou told Neos Kosmos she supports the release of classified information.