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Prof. Pirpiris: Too many Greeks are not following up with boosters

Too many Greek Australians are getting sick from COVID and are missing out on COVID vaccine boosters. Professor Marinis Pirpiris PhD, the perioperative COVID expert in Victoria, is concerned. Greeks, …

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Greek Australians’ guide to a long life

In The Australian last week Cameron Stewart reported that the “original Greeks” are living a longer life than their non-Greek peers and other non-Anglo groups. The Mediterranean diet and an …

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He came from Greece for a holiday and died of suicide in Melbourne

What was to be his dream holiday in Australia, came to a tragic end for a Greek citizen who ended his life in Melbourne, far from home.

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Arvanitakis appointed as Director of the Forrest Research Foundation in WA

Professor James Arvanitakis, a regular contributor to Neos Kosmos, was appointed as the new Director of the Forrest Research Foundation. The Foundation was established in Western Australia to support a …

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ATO jobs offer ‘foot in the door’ for high school leavers

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is offering 2021 and 2022 school leavers in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Traralgon, Gosford and Newcastle a unique opportunity to get a ‘foot in …

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Work at the Victorian State election this November

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) is looking for casual staff for the 2022 Victorian State election. ‘Working at the election is a fantastic way to contribute to democracy in Victoria,’ …

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Castles: globally recognised scholar of migration died

The former Director of the Refugee Studies Centre, Professor Stephen Castles, has passed away, aged 77, in Australia. Prof, Castles was Director of the RSC from 2001 to 2006. He …

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Durham had a Greek heritage

As reported by Neos Kosmos in 2014, the late Judith Durham AO, the singer of The Seekers who put Australia on the global pop map, had Greek heritage. Judith Durham …

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Lee Tarlamis MP to assume duties as Government Whip in Victoria’s Legislative Council

Member for Southern Eastern Metropolitan Lee Tarlamis was elected this week by the ALP Caucus to the position of Government Whip in the Legislative Council. “It’s a privilege and honour …

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Konidaris: “Melbourne to be the best arts and culture precinct in Asia Pacific”

The new Victorian minister for creative industries, Steve Dimopoulos, announced a nine-member board for Melbourne Arts Precinct Corporation (MAP Co) – the entity spearheading the Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation project. …

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