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Opinion: How Greek heritage has shaped second and third generation upbringing

Australia is home to close to 400,000 Greeks who contribute in one way or another to keep their heritage alive through celebrations, arts, cuisine, language and education. For years Greek …

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Hydra’s Nautical Academy: The oldest in the world

For millennia, Aegean islanders have plied the seas seeking fortune on the water sometimes denied to them on land. At no time was this truer than during the era when …

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Alternative history: Redeeming Smyrna

“She thought: sometime soon she’s going to remember what happened and realise that she’s lost everyone. And then what? Her mind moved over different possibilities… moving laboriously westwards in the …

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Filitsa Kounias on leaving law to uplift the community

Filitsa Kounias’ career has been less than linear but in a way found its way back around to where she started. At the age of 23, Ms Kounias had set …

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Looking to survive: COVID-19 road map too strict and police patrols too many, say traders

The head of Oakleigh’s business body is calling on the state government to reverse its lockdown restrictions announced on Sunday in order to help the suburb’s struggling hospitality sector, including …

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Gallery: Great Greek Dads! Neos Kosmos shares your Father’s Day wishes

On 6 September we celebrate all things dad! On Father’s Day we show our love and appreciation for the special father figures in our lives, regardless of the way they …

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Istanbul pogrom, events of Septemvriana remembered

The Istanbul riots, known in Greek as the “Events of September” (Septemvriana), and internationally usually referred to as the Istanbul pogrom, were orchestrated mob attacks against the city’s ethnic minorities, primarily …

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The Greek Community of Melbourne’s Greece 1821 Bicentenary Celebrations

Greece’s bicentennial is around the corner, giving Greeks around the world the chance to celebrate 200 years since Greece decided to claim its place among European nations and opt for …

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‘Adding life to years’: Cooking in Ikaria, the Greek island of longevity

Be it studying, preparing or teaching it, food has been a big part of Meni Valle’s life. And growing up as a Melburnian-Greek, it was only natural to fall in …

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Tanya Ganas on breaking the barriers of style and fashion

To smash the stereotypes and rewrite the narrative around disability, in connection to fashion and style, is the objective of ‘Style Aide’, an inspiring new fashion styling service, that has …

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