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Longing for Levissi

Levissi has been abandoned since the political intervention of the 1920s, but now it’s time for another political intervention, writes Thomas Andronas

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The ring announcer

Perry Cale speaks to Neos Kosmos about life as one of Australia’s leading ring announcers

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Footsteps to Mani

Eager to return to his roots, Ilias Dimitreas took his family from Melbourne to Mani to build a more fulfilling life

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Making the cut since 1965

In the 1960s, Steve Toumbas was a Greek migrant in Adelaide. Now, he tells Margaret Paul, the award-winning hairdresser is helping the current crop of migrants.

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The church at Panagia Soumela

Iason Athanasiadis reports on the first church service held at the Monastery of Panagia Soumela in Trabazon, Turkey in 88 years.

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Rhodes: there is more than meets the eye

Fotis Kapetopoulos writes about his travels in Rhodes

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A winter break in Australia

A love of the English language has seen 15 year old Alexandros Ziogas reverse the trend of young Greek Australians going to Greece to learn Greek by spending time in Melbourne impr

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Greek writers at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival

Mark Manopoulos, Angelo Loukakis and John Danalis are among more than 400 writers at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival, which opens this week

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Greek writers at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival

Mark Manopoulos, Angelo Loukakis and John Danalis are among more than 400 writers at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival

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All things will pass: Greece will recover from financial downturn

While the financial crisis has taken a toll for many Athenians, Fotis Kapetopolis says the reality is that Athens stands eternal.