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Mary Sinanidis

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Greek Australian politicians point to rampant sexism in Parliament

Australia’s Parliament is experiencing its #metoo moment with rape allegations, however “revelations” of a toxic culture are not exactly new. Sophie Cotsis MP, NSW Shadow Minister, told Neos Kosmos that …

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Random, sweeping media Faceblock affects Greek Australian welfare services too

Facebook this week made good on its threat to block Australians from accessing or posting news content in response to the federal government’s news media code legislation, which – if …

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Lamenting Melbourne’s lost music scene: how COVID-19 flipped a robust industry

Melbourne, one of the world’s most liveable cities pre-COVID, has been struck hard by the pandemic – with some industries affected more than others. A new study by RMIT University, …

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Neos Kosmos escapes Facebook ban but encourages readers to visit directly and sign up to newsletters

Facebook has banned news media groups and emergency services from sharing and viewing news. The ban came as the social media outlet refused to comply with a regulatory push that …

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Real stories of ‘Blood and Bone’ as play brings to life the Battle of Crete through the eyes of veterans

“If only veterans spoke while they were alive,” Hellenic RSL President Steven Kyritsis told Neos Kosmos during the rehearsals of writer/producer Meg McNena’s Blood and Bone. It’s a play focused …

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‘Why now?’ because it is better late than never

Olympian Sofia Bekatorou spoke up about sexual abuse in sport and others followed suit in a #metiSofia movement, sparking Greece’s own #metoo as women from all walks of life remembered …

Olympic champ Sofia Bekatorou shows it’s better late than never to seek justice

It was 1998 when sailing champ Sofia Bekatorou, 21 at the time, was sexually assaulted by a Hellenic Sailing Federation (HSF) official in his hotel room. She has come forth …

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Business borne of summer sun, Greek pride and friendship

Scroll down for your chance to win Carroten products. Greek Australian businessman Jim Xenos passed by a Santorini periptero (kiosk) to buy his beloved Carroten sunscreen during a family holiday …

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Pippin musical goes on with Angelique Cassimatis after Kerri-Anne Kennerly’s injury

Angelique Cassimatis has already had a 15-year run as an entertainer with shows throughout Australia, Asia and New Zealand, however her name was splattered across the media this week with …

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Alex’s lights bring the joy of Christmas to Autism Australia

It is widely understood that those with autism may experience light sensitivity, but that has never been the case with Alex Skaftouros, 21. On the contrary, despite being on the …

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