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Lex Marinos tackles The Slap

As soon as he heard the novel The Slap was going to be adapted for the screen, veteran actor Lex Marinos wanted to play the role of Manolis, but was he old enough?

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Papademos takes the reins

“Problems will be solved by unity, understanding and prudence” was the rallying cry from incoming Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, as he prepared to be sworn-in last Friday to lead

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Long live the Tote – Never Say Die!

Living by the Tote’s motto of Never Say Die!, publican Andy Portokallis did everything he could to revive the Tote, after it’s short-lived closure.

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Raw mastermind behind Brisbane juggernaut

Ange Postecoglou, the phenomenal coach of Australian football, talks to Neos Kosmos.

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Ioannina: Lion City of Epirus

The Epirote city has played a key role in modern Greek history and is an intriguing destination for visitors, as William Gourlay reports.

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Standing their ground

While the focus has been on those wishing to leave Greece for Australia, Neos Kosmos has found Australians currently living in Athens who have a strong desire to stay.

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What’s in a name?

Get your free pull out calender of all the name days in Saturday’s Neos Kosmos! Read more about the importance of name days.

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Confronting reality

From Ari in Head On, to Harry in The Slap, Alex Dimitriades tells Neos Kosmos why he chooses to play Christos Tsiolkas’ most controversial characters, and why he revels in the chal

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Taming the black dog

Depression affects one in five Australians. In the Greek community the proportion is even higher. Mike Sweet asks why, and what stops sufferers finding help

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Singing her soul, moving our hearts

Legendary Greek singer Haris Alexiou speaks to Neos Kosmos about her life in song and how she longs to appear before Australian audiences again.

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