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Health Minister Jenny Mikakos: Tribute to Dimitris Gogos

Health Minister Jenny Mikakos  spoke in Victoria’s Parliament about the late Dimitris Gogos, founder of Neos Kosmos newspaper. Below is an extract from the Parliamentary debate:  I rise today to …

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Greek Australian pensioners, property proprieties and how to fund retirement

“You see this pile of bricks?” The old lady gestures around the room. Her living room is decorated in a mishmash of styles, reflecting trends from the fifties to the …

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Was there an ‘ethnic vote’ in the 2019 election and did it make a difference?

Many factors appear to have contributed to the unexpected victory of the Coalition in the 18 May election. Two factors were predictable and had a devastating impact on the ALP …

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Opinion: The evolution of racist language in Australia

Prue MacSween is a loud and opinionated journalist and social commentator. She has a very public profile and she uses that profile and the platform she’s given as a result, …

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Letter to the Editor: All was not right in the Byzantium

A few days ago was the anniversary of the fall of Constantinople (29 May, 1453), the capital of the Christian Eastern Roman Empire, or if you like the Byzantine Empire …

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PanMacedonian Associations of Australia will continue efforts to annul Prespes Agreement

The representatives of the PanMacedonian Associations of Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, as a unified front, met in Brisbane on the 25 and 26 May …

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Friends from Kalamata honour Takis Gogos

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Takis Gogos and Neos Kosmos’ staff from Kalamata, where he had spent many summers with us, George and Elena Vassilopoulos. …

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MP Steve Dimopoulos honours Dimitris Gogos at Legislative Assembly of Victoria

I would like to pay tribute to and remember Dimitris Gogos, a great Australian and a very proud Greek Australian. For Australia’s Greek community Mr Gogos was a local hero. …

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Opinion | Labor neglects Victoria’s multicultural community

This is the Budget the Labor Party did not want Victoria’s multicultural communities to see before the federal election. This year’s Multicultural Affairs budget has been cut by $18.5 million …

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How to talk to your kids about Byzantium

We often talk about history around the table. The date of 29 May, when heroic Constantinople finally fell to the Turks, always merits a discussion. Dinner table historical conversations are …