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The fascinating world of nanotechnology and the LTFN lab of Aristotle University

What is the connection between a sunbed that generates energy from the sun or a bus stop where passengers can charge their mobile phones and a university research laboratory? The …

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Walking Samos – On the Trail of the Resistance and Liberation of Samos

Recently I wrote of my tour of the beautiful island of Samos and the daring and little-known role of the islanders in the First World War. Today I continue my …

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Cathartic comedy and honouring growing up Greek

Descendants of Greek migrants, no matter where in the world they may have ended up in, seem to all share a very similar ‘Greek experience’. This could come through as …

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Taxed twice: Greek Australians aren’t just bicultural, they’re also double taxed

An Italian Australian, Turkish Australian and Greek Australian have investments in Rome, Istanbul and Athens respectively. The Italian and the Turk get taxed once in the country where their investments …

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What working on cars can teach us about a shift in perspective

The days of the old Holden parked in the driveway, with a father and son peering under the bonnet are long gone. These days almost everyone in a household sits …

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The ‘sheltered Greek girl’ who became a Melbourne rock scene stalwart

If you’ve experienced Melbourne’s live music in a timeframe spanning from late ’80s to today, chances are you’ve been to at least one (and likely more) gigs organised by Mary …

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Images that remain 80 years on in the minds of the children who lived through the war

Generations after Greece first responded to Benito Mussolini’s ultimatum with a simple, but very strong “No!”, many still remember the tragedy they lived through thereafter. Members of our Neos Kosmos …

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HMS Argonaut and the Lost Graveyard of Lemnos

I’ve stood on the southern coast of Lemnos gazing into the calm blue waters of the Aegean which stretch before you. From time immemorial these waters have taken ships to …

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Springing into love: Finding the one at a NUGAS meeting

Regine Miriklis knew from the moment she stepped into the room at the Cypriot Club that fateful day in 2007, that she had met the love of her life, Jack. …

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Mad Melbourne rush to car washes, hairdressers, auctions and more

Melburnians began to feel that pinch of traffic this week. It  felt reassuring to see services slowly ease following restrictions. Ali Sadiku, manager of Grand Wash Auto, which serves a …

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