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Unreliable Greek statistics are a speculator’s dream and an EU nightmare

Greece has become the laughing stock of Europe and the term “Greek statistics” is used widely and derisively, urgent reform is needed.

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Kafeneio culture still alive

Chris Fotinopoulos reflects on the role that the kafeneio has played to a whole generation of Greek men in Australia.

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Dr Vicky’s inclusive approach

Dr Vicky Kotsirilos incorporates scientifically-proven natural therapies into her regular medical practice.

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Breakthrough learning for autistic children

A Greek psychologist has developed a world first program to help autistic children integrate into their social environments through play and drama.

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Daylesford, the Spa Centre

Daylesford is the Spa Centre of Australia, a fantasy location for pampering, but does it live up to expectations? Catherine Kladakis road tests two day spas and two ‘wellness re

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Frangos: A labour of art

A man for all seasons, James Frangos lives his art in the food, the accomodation and sculptures which create Frangos & Frangos in Daylesford.

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Leave scheme strikes at stay home mums

Compulsory paid paternity leave and a salary replacement income for parents could be the key to promoting gender equity, according to a leading feminist academic.

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AFL kicks goals for multicultural Australia

Nick Hatzoglou about the AFL’s Multicultural Program and its work in extending aussie rules to culturally diverse communities.

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Hambis Tsangaris: History and fable in print

Hambis Tsangaris the celebrated printmaker, story teller and chronicler of the Cyprus’ modern political history, talks to MELISSA REYNOLDS exclusively for Neos Kosmos.

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Remembering November 17, 1973

1973 and the Greek military Junta is about to fall because of the actions of young university students.