News – 7 Sep, 2011
Arthur Sinodinos faces a possible future as a Senator in Tony Abbott’s Liberal Party, but will the right-hand man of one of Australia’s longest serving PMs seek the leadership for
News – 4 Sep, 2011
Two men were refused bail last week over the fatal bashing of Mr Angelos Kaloudis, a 76-year-old homeless man.
The Modern Greek Teachers Association of Victoria (MGTAV) will be holding their annual conference for all teachers of Modern Greek in Victoria, to be held on Thursday 8 September.
A police raid on a home in suburban Brunswick, Victoria, has uncovered drugs and firearms.
George Lekakis reflects on his week as CEO of Fronditha Care and tells Neos Kosmos his plans for the future.
Thirty-year-old cage fighter Emmanouil Ntaras, a Greek national in the process of applying for permanent residency to Australia, has been granted bail after being charged with a vi
John Cristopolous is one of hundreds od suppliers left in the lurch after the celevrity chef calls time in Melbourne.
Neos Kosmos was a gold sponsor of the Shelford Girls’ Grammar who celebrated their inaugural Quaerite Dinner at the award-winning venue Red Scooter.
Effective lobbying from the GOCMV has created the potential for thousands of Greeks to streamline their skilled migration to Australia.
A number of senior police officers are being investigated by the Office of Police Integrity over the handling of a rape claim against former Labor minister Theo Theophanous.