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Property: the great Australian dream?

Neos Kosmos examines how young Greek Australians need the helping hand of their families to buy property, and what happens to the ones left behind.

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Coffee talk in Belogiannis

Alexander Billinis seeks out the history behind the Greek settlement of Beloiannisz in Hungary.

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Facing dementia – a carer’s story

Mike Sweet investigates the pandemic of dementia in our ageing population, and the challenge our community faces.

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Aesop: one man’s fable

Twenty years ago, Dennis Paphitis wanted to create plant-based, natural hair products for his clients. What evolved was Aesop: an Australian skin, hair and body range that is takin

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Second chance at life

On a day when one person died, seven others got a second chance to live, including two-year-old Stephania Papadakis.

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Ladette to lady

What if hit TV show Ladette to Lady took on a Greek spin, transforming the aneprokopi amongst us into the ladies we know they can be?

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The last taboo

The latest statistics show violence against women perpetrated within the family is on the rise, but for the Greek community, mothers and daughters stay silent. Penni Pappas asks wh

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A Roman I was born

In Istanbul, the Greeks call themselves Romans. In 2011, they’re engaged in a fight to survive, and it’s the sound of rembetika that is leading the way.

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The writing’s on the wall

George Hatzimanolis takes to the streets of Exarcheia, Athens, to look at the philosophy behind its graffiti-coated walls.

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Goodbye to Smith Street

Tony Apidopoulos created a business in Melbourne that became a much loved landmark. But the last days of Tony the Tailor reveal more than meets the eye.

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