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Theo’s parting words

Controversial former Victorian politician and Minister, Theo Theophanous, talks to Neos Kosmos about his intense 22 year political journey.

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Four young voices come on board

Recent elections in the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria have resulted in a record number of second generation Greek Australians sitting on the board of the 113 year insti

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London calling

Mike Sweet spends time at the Hellenic Centre in London whose ambitious dual function is to act as a vibrant reference point for London’s Greek and Cypriot community and to promote

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Local author writes books on Battle of Crete for teens

Stella Tzobanakis has written Creforce:The Anzacs and the Battle of Crete, an entertaining historical account of the Battle of Crete for teenagers.

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Aussie rock

How a tiny Greek island between Rhodes and Cyprus became an Australian outpost.

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Exploring taste and elegance

Bill Tikos took The Cool Hunter from a weekly column to the world’s most-read culture and design site.

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Niki Savva: An insider’s view

Niki Savva, senior journalist and later advisor to Peter Costello, talks to Neos Kosmos about her new book, So Greek: Confessions of a conservative leftie

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Young Greek of the Week

James Anagnostidis, who loves his Yiayia’s souvlaki recipe and describes himself as realistic is our Young Greek of the Week.

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“I learned Greek over the internet”

Jona Karsniqi’s Greek is so fluent you never would have picked that she was of Albanian heritage, or that she studied Greek over the internet. Catherine Kladakis speaks to Jona abo

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Greek day schools facing the future

There are excellent opportunities as well as great challenges faced by Greek day schools in Australia