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Defending the Republic: The ongoing struggle to protect French teachers

In France last week, a schoolteacher was assassinated for a second time in the town of Arras, near the Belgian border. Dominique Bernard was his name and he was a …

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Neo-nationalism and cultural populism: Or why my mother almost voted ‘No’

In 1996, John Howard, from the centre-right Liberal Party, became Prime Minister of Australia. For the first time the Liberal Party had a leader that proclaimed to be campaigning on …

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Una faccia una razza meets Dimitria

A Greek festival with an Italian name may appear incongruous if not for the fact that the Italian expression: One Face, One Race, has made it into the Greek language …

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Returning to Greece: A tale of nostalgia, disillusionment, and hope

Like thousands of other Greek Australians this year, I too, went for a holiday to Greece. However, this was my first trip there in 33 years. Until 1990, I travelled …

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Diatribe: ‘ΚΛΑΔΕΥΜΑ’

The sky was so heavy that day, that it sagged sodden onto my shoulders sending a biting wind to lacerate the exposed parts of my flesh. A day earlier I …

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Postecoglou: the remarkable journey from Melbourne to Spur

Much has been said and written in media about Ange Postecoglou lately. Undoubtedly, ” Big Ange” is living his best life at the moment and handling it like a real …

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Aboriginal Voice referendum outcome sparks national conversation: The path forward after a divisive vote

The referendum for an Aboriginal Voice to Parliament failed; nationally, Yes for the Voice garnered 40 per cent of the vote, while the No secured a clear majority of 60 …

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Australians have spoken, let’s move on

Is it not interesting to note the viciousness and negative back lash of emotionally immature individuals who immediately went on the attack against those who voted No. As an Australian …

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Why Neos Kosmos calls on Greek Australians to vote ‘yes’

In March this year Neos Kosmos led by calling on Greek Australians to vote ‘yes’ in the referendum for a First Nations Voice to Parliament. This was not an ideological …

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Australia at a crossroads: After the Voice Referendum we need to build seeking unity and progress

Soon, we will know the outcome of the Voice referendum. While the polls show that the ‘No’ vote is likely to succeed, whatever the result, we need to find a …

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