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En Chordais brings music from the past into the present

Multi-award winning Greek band En Chordais is debuting in Australia in Tasmania’s festival in Ten Days on the Island

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Greek souvlaki or yakitori?

Sarah Robertson is on the hunt for Greeks in Japan and finds they have been there in one way of another since the 1600s

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Another world

Mike Sweet, former Neos Kosmos Athens correspondent, reflects on coming home to Australia after living several years in Greece

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Estia Greek Festival 2011

The Estia Greek Festival 2011 in Hobart kicks off next week

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Looking for art

The Greek Australian Cultural League of Melbourne (GACLM) is seeking artwork from Australian artists for an art exhibition they are organising in July

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History never repeats, or does it?

Effie Karageorgos is a university academic with a love of history and of helping students with English as a second language with their studies

How to survive a siege

In an ancient manual about warfare, Aeneas offers hints, tips, tricks, practical solutions and advice about preparing for, surviving and fighting back a city siege and how to use a

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Milestone celebrations for Neos Kosmos

Neos Kosmos turned 54 last week as Takis Gogos, one of the founders, celebrated his 80th birthday

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Who’s looking out for you

The combination of price and service is what sets apart some financial institutions from others

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Minister for Schools meets teachers of Modern Greek in Adelaide

Peter Garrett, Minister for Schools, meets Adelaide teachers and talks about Modern Greek and its place in the curriculum