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Business booming for IVF in Greece’s medical tourism, but procedure deemed “last resort for infertility”

Many in the community may know of obstetrician Konstantinos Pantos, the Greek IVF specialist who has maintained personal and professional ties with his Melbourne birthplace. He last visited for the …

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Zoe Poulis – The Greek Australian nereid swimming for the horizon

Greece has long been associated with the sea, it’s an inarguable link, and rightfully so. You just have to look at the geographical makeup of Greece, a nation made up …

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From the taverna to Rod Laver Arena: Greek band Maistrato tours with Crowded House

“I think it’s likely our first album will be titled ‘Maistrato Live in Australia’, band leader Elias Dendias tells Neos Kosmos with a laugh. He’s not entirely joking. The ‘mysterious …

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Sophiya, why are you Greek-rapping in Australia?

“Do you want to do the interview in Greek or English?” This was the first question, third-generation Greek Australian artist Sophiya asked me when we met for the interview. I …

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“The Corsica” second book in the Tales of Cyprus series to be launched in November

Author, educator and graphic designer Constantinos Emmanuelle will welcome the launch of his second book ‘The Corsica’ on Sunday 27 November from 2-4pm at Saint John’s College Auditorium in Preston. …

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The ‘good types’ migrant camps: Australia’s nation-building revisited

Alexandra Dellios has studied Australia’s postwar migrant camps for years. Her own family didn’t have to go through one, but she recalls hearing stories about the notorious sites growing up, …

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Melbourne as you knew it: Chris Macheras shares nostalgic memories of migrants’ past

Melbourne’s colourful modern history comes alive with every page turn in Chris Macheras’ second instalment of Old Vintage Melbourne. Old Vintage Melbourne, 1960-1990 steps a little further forward in time …

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Family stories: Room for One More

Memories of growing up in a large family, where Sunday summer meals meant more than just sharing a meal together, is nothing new to the many migrants of Australia. Certainly, …

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The Acropolis of Calabria: The Greko

Time stands still, tranquillity, and peace engulf you. This is in Southern Italy where the remnants of an ancient Greek community continue to speak and live like a Greek, Calabria. …

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From the podiums to the mosh pits of Athens

The rock music scene with all its variations is alive and well in Greece and heard around Europe. Since 2008 the Global Financial Crisis buckled Greece leading to much social …

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