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Diatribe: Lakeside March

When first learning of the prospect of our National Day March being held at Lakeside Stadium, I was sceptical. After all, a stadium cannot in any way compare to the …

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Let’s not deny our history on Australia Day

Theo Theophanous, writing in Neos Kosmos recently, urges us to find a new date for Australia Day. He rejects January 26, 1788 as it marks British colonial settlement in Australia …

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The importance of estate planning for Greek Australians

As a Greek Australian, you have worked hard to build a life for yourself and your family. You have put in long hours, made sacrifices, and invested in your future. …

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Save the baguette

A few months ago, when teaching, I reminded my students that reality is often more bizarre than fiction. A look at current European current affairs defies all logic. Who could …

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The benefits of learning Greek: Unlocking a rich cultural heritage

Throughout January and February, Neos Kosmos readers will be seeing advertisements for Greek language programs; Whether it’s taught at day schools or community language schools, or offered at public schools …

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We have to find a date that unifies the nation

As an Australian of non- English speaking (Greek- Cypriot) background I celebrated Australia Day on January 26. I did so not because I have an attachment to that date but …

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Diaspora Stories: Did a small number of Greek cotton merchants change the course of the American Civil War?

Such questions are hard indeed to answer with any certainty. The American Civil War (1861-1865) hedged on a number of issues, and not least among them was the role of …

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Diatribe: Trevor in time of mourning

My good friend Trevor (which is short for Aristogeiton) is in mourning. The object of his most ardent affection and veneration is dead. Constantine, the deposed king of Greece has …

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The Diaspora, voting, and the question of engagement

As on other Sunday afternoons with considerable regularity, New York’s Lou Katsos hosted an online panel under the auspices of the East Mediterranean Business Cultural Alliance (EMBCA). On January 15 …

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This vote is a historic crossroad

The Voice to Parliament has the potential to bring political maturity to our nation and advance reconciliation with First Nations peoples. The report by professors Marcia Langton and Tom Calma …

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