Nicosia International Airport revisited

A Cypriot journalist shares her experience of going on a tour of the Nicosia International Airport, which has been abandoned since the Turkish invasion of 1974


Gavdos: A world apart

Greece’s most southerly isle has experienced a frustrating summer, with the main ferry service from Gavdos to the main coast of Crete cut as a result of a European Union directive


Multicultural affairs cannot disappear

Pino Migliorino, chair of the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia, on why “multicultural affairs” should not be left out of the Federal cabinet


Cosmic girl

Psychic Lisa Andreou speaks to Neos Kosmos about developing her abilities, her business and the reasons people turn to spirituality to rediscover themselves

Carrot pill anyone?

Medical pills found aboard an ancient Greek shipwreck provide insight into ancient treatments and complex trading networks


No joy for Victorian Liberals in 2010 Federal Election result

Dr Nick Economou on what Victorian Liberals will take from the 2010 Federal Election


Wanna be a rock star?

Our fashionista, Melissa Chrys, on how to look like a rock star


Recollections of a Brisbane legend

George Kyprios was famous for cruising the streets of Brisbane in his 1952 Holden FX. Two of his neighbours speak to Neos Kosmos about their memories of the man known as Rock ‘n’ R


A shoemaker with his work cut out for him

Evan Skliros has been repairing shoes since 1955

The tyre quandry deciphered

Fiv Antoniou gives us the entyre story