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Lord Byron: A man of his time

FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS takes on the Lord Byron myth and points to the ironies of Byron’s mythical status in the Hellenic imagination.

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Cyprus national squad asked to stump-up toward cost of ICC European tournament

Cyprus confronts many challenges in taking part in the ICC European Division Four cricket championships for the first time.

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Two steps forward and one back for Cyprus’ endangered turtles

The turtles of Cyprus are being threatened by a combination of the growth in population, fishing and tourism.

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A Greek beat for the Victorian police

The day to day challenges of policing are addressed by three serving Greek Australian police officers.

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Greeks gear up to take poll position

Young people are concerned about their job prospects and the general state of the economy but also hopeful about the future in the run up to the elections in Greece

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Greece is vigilant on Gruevski’s visit

The outgoing Greek Ambassador, George Zois, speaks to Neos Kosmos English Edition about his three years in Australia and the key issues that he has addressed.

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A daring writer with insight

Christos Tsiolkas talks about his book The Slap, the characters that inhabit the northern suburbs of Melbourne and the changing class consciousness amongst different ge

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Costa’s Garden Odyssey arrives

A fresh lifestyle series on SBSwill have you looking at gardening in a different shade of green.

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Costa-Gavras: Seeks his Eden through film

Award-winning director Costa-Gavras talks to Olivier Ravanello about his film Eden is West

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On the move: Greek diasporas of Russia and the Black Sea

The Greek presence in Russia and around the Black Sea has a history which goes back millenia.