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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.

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Greek roots bind Australian clan

After 167 years a group of South Australians find out that they are descendants of Yiorgos Tramountanas-Northone of the first Greeks to arrive on these shores.

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Ancient Greek splendour and brutality – a template for now

Dr Michael C Scott, a Research Fellow in ancient history from Cambridge, writes exclusively for Neos Kosmos about his book, Democrats to Kings: the brutal dawn of a new worl

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Thalassaemia major and minor

Thalassaemia affects one in ten Greek Australians but it is a condition which presents itself as a major health issue across the world.

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The digital lifestyle is now

The Digital Liiefstyle Show in Melbourne has something for all the family, according to its Greek Australian Director, Peter Barlow.

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OXI! When Greece fought back

On October 28 Mussolini gave Greece an ultimatum; allow the Italian army to occupy Greece, or he would invade. The answer was simple; “NO!” The Greeks routed the Italians heralding

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NGO’s and Nicosia residents unite to condemn ‘racist’ police

The treatment of migrants by police, in an effort to crackdown on crime and illegal immigration in Nicosia, has come under scrutiny.

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The journey to Melbourne’s best coffee

Steve Agi talks about the just-published Melbourne Coffee Review which review the best 100 coffee spots in Melbourne.

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Travellers, Philhellenes and visions of Greek music

The emergence of Greece and Greek nationalism, claims MICHAEL CHRISTOFORIDIS, played an important role in shaping the Romantic music tradition of the 19th century.

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Looking at snapshots of the past

Old family photographs and a mother’s anecdote sends JEANA VITHOULKAS off on a journey of exploration of representations of the past.

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