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Beyond archaeology and tourism: A new image for Greece, in the post-pandemic world?

Greece has long been identified as synonymous with unique archaeological sites and beautiful summers, yet maybe the country has more to think about while trying to build a new image …

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How online dating apps have changed the mating game in Greece and Australia

Older generations might remember things a little bit differently when it comes to love and flirting. These days, things have changed drastically when it comes to the dating world. The …

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Young achiever Fotios Tsiouklas, 19, making millions with his business ventures

There was a time when young teenage boys would join boy bands, play video games with their mates or go to boy scouts. Fotios Tsiouklas, 19, preferred to build businesses. …

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No need to be Greek to enjoy ‘The Taverna’, but if you are – even better

Melburnians and Sydney-siders who attended last year’s closing night of the Greek Film Festival, were treated to a cinematic night at The Taverna: where food, love and cultural differences feature …

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Celebrate 50 years of NUGAS by sharing your memories

Neos Kosmos is proud to serve the Greek Australian community and loves recognising organisations that keep our beloved culture alive. This year the National Union of Greek Australian Students otherwise …

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Captain George Kailis unveils the reality of a career in aviation

For every pilot who has gotten you from A to B, there is a missed birthday, a missed wedding and precious time missed with family. Despite this being the path …

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Spare change? Cashless transactions could end the cultural legacy of the coin

As shoppers and retailers do away with cash transactions, we may be witnessing the end of a major source of social and historical information – the coin. In the modern …

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Love lockdown: the pandemic has put pressure on many relationships, but here’s how to tell if yours will survive

Life in lockdown has been tough on many relationships. But negotiating the transition back to “normal” as restrictions continue to lift could also be a challenge for couples. So what …

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The ethnic parlour: The art of creating the perfect ‘kalo saloni’ in the home is not all lost

I remember walking through my great aunt’s house when I was young, marvelling at the beautiful pink and gold (yet useless) rotary phone, that sat in their ‘kalo saloni’. The …

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Golden Greeks of Ballarat paved the way for generations of the future

What the Golden Fleece was to Jason and the Argonauts, the fabulous gold deposits of Ballarat were to the “Golden Greeks” of the mid 19th Century. Gold was discovered in …