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The Evzones are coming to Australia!

Once again, April is anticipated to become a significant month for Greek-Australian relations as twelve Evzones, soldiers of the Greek Presidential Guard, and their Lieutenant General, head of the Military …

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Patrina Grivas, a disabled victim of neglect at Australian care facility

Disabled Patrina Grivas has suffered years of neglect and injuries in state care, says her mother. Her parents, Lilly and Chris Grivas, had been advised to put her into state …

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Fronditha President Faye Spiteri-Tsolakis inducted in 2019 Victorian Honour Roll of Women

Faye Spiteri-Tsolakis was among the outstanding female leaders recognised on International Women’s Day, inducted in the 2019 Victorian Honour Roll for Women. A passionate advocate for social change, the Greek …

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Karagiozis, self-made entrepreneur/bitcoin trader, charged with drug trafficking

Sam Karagiozis, the 27-year-old self-made self-proclaimed “serial entrepreneur”, has always described himself as a hustler. Now, just a month after selling his Lamborghini, Karagiozis, the man with the words “self …

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Hundreds Greek Australians march to save their “school”

Hundreds of Greek Australian parents and their children from the inner western and southern suburbs of Adelaide have rallied against the State Government’s changes to the CBD school zone. The …

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Melbourne meeting and Sydney concern for the future of Greek languages

Parents, educators and other interested parties met on Tuesday, 5 March, to discuss the future of Greek language learning at state educational institutions around Victoria. Representatives of schools at high …

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Five granted bail in shooting of Duane Hutchings after seeing their DJ equipment on Gumtree

Five young men involved in the killing of Duane Hutchings have been granted bail by Melbourne Magistrates Court. John Atalalis, 24, George Panagiotou, 22, and 18-year-olds John Panagiotou, Marc Amad …

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Acclaimed composer Mikis Theodorakis in hospital with heart problems

Renowned Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis, the composer of the world famous score for “Zorba the Greek”, has been in hospital in Athens for over a week after suffering from heart …

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Immigration cheat sheet about life and work in Australia

Neos Kosmos took the opportunity to put forward some of the Greek Australian communities concerns to Shadow Immigration Minister Shayne Neumann and Member for Calwell Maria Vamvakinou MP during their …

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Cleaner Hanny Papanicolaou charged with murder of her 92-year-old employer

Indonesian house cleaner Hanny Papanicolaou, aged 35, did not appear in Burwood Court today to face her charges of allegedly stabbing and beating 92-year-old Marjorie Welsh on January 2. Horrific …