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Michael Georgiou

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2024 Australian Open: who play’s who, the Aussie darkhorse and the Greek stars

The 2024 Australian Open is here, and Neos Kosmos preview what is sure to be another entertaining tournament.

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First ever Greek-Cypriot Olympic medallist is in Adelaide ahead of Paris Olympics

Pavlos Kontides, the first ever Greek-Cypriot athlete to win an Olympic medal will be in Australia this month for the ILCA World Championship competition. The sailor will be arriving in …

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Andriana Petrakis is here to win titles, and won’t let her intellectual impairment hold her back

Andriana Petrakis, one of Australia’s leading tennis players with intellectual impairment (PWII), has been invited to compete at the Australian Tennis Championships at the Australian Open this year. The event …

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Cypriot Golf Club and other Greek clubs, providing a place to socialise and enjoy golf

While golf in Greece can be traced back to the late 1890s, it’s said that it wasn’t until the 1950s that many Greeks had heard of the activity. Then came …

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12-year-old Izzy wins the world’s first coin of 2024

While others were likely still reeling from celebrating on New Year’s Eve the night before, hundreds were up early at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra. Why were they there? …

Leo Lambros: A centenarian against all odds

On January 1, New Years Day, Leo Lambros turned 100 years old, a rare and incredible feat for a man who first handily fought in war, founded a church and …

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Melbourne becomes “ANGE TOWN” in artistic visual narrative

Three passionate Greek Aussie football fans have turned Melbourne into “ANGE TOWN” with giant posters of Ange Postecoglou put up in the city’s iconic Hosier Lane. Visitors of the lane …

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How Georgia Politis from Darwin rose to prominence in the photography industry

More often than not when someone is trying to break into an industry it can be overwhelming just trying to get noticed, and this was no exception for Georgia Politis. …

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Dionysia Vassiliadis, 100 years old and still fit as a fiddle

One Greek family over this Christmas weekend had more than the usual celebration, as their matriarch, Dionysia Vassiliadis turned 100 on Saturday December 23. The special day was celebrated at …

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Reconnecting wrestling to the Greeks, one bodyslam at a time

The Peloponnesian War of 431 BC – 404 BC between the warring Greek city states of Athens and Sparta over supremacy in Greece, was the metaphor for the battle between …

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