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A Grecian delight in the Big Apple

A random dinner at a New York hotel saw LAURA MILLER discover the delights of Molyvos, one of NYC’s best modern Greek restaurants

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Battle of Crete: Greece sacrificed much for the greater good

Maria Hill looks at the real reasons as to why Diggers who fought an died in Crete against the Germans are not remembered in Australia.

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Premium Greek wines entice Australian palates

Greek wine is making its presence known in Australia and Press Club manager, Ange Giannakodakis is full of praise for its quality and taste.

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Battle of Crete: time to remember forgotten soldiers

Australian writers, Dr Maria Hill and Peter Thompson seek the truth over the role Anzacs and Greeks played in World War II.

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Caught between…two worlds

Many Greek Cypriots yearn to return to their roots but may find that their nostalgic vision doesn’t always match up to the reality. Melissa Reynolds finds out what it takes to live

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Taking off to Greece

With more airlines than ever offering one-stop connections from Australia to Greece, there’s never been a better time to do the trip.

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The Greek crisis through Aussie eyes

Papandreou has asked for activation of the EU-IMF debt rescue mechanism, so Neos Kosmos talked to some Greek Australians in Greece about their reaction.

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George Pelecanos looks for light in darkness

Writer George Pelecanos talks exclusively to FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS about his latest book release The Way Home and HBO television masterworks The Wire and The Pacific.

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Zoe Carides brings Greek to the Pacific

Actor Zoe Carides is doing something right in the largest series ever made about World War II, The Pacific. She talks to Neos Kosmos about her experience as Mama Karamanlis in <

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Finding the Greeks in Afghanistan’s Alexandria

IASON ATHANASIADIS, a British Greek journalist covering the Middle and Near East bumps into a Greek woman in Kandahar.