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Zoe Carides brings Greek to the Pacific

Actor Zoe Carides is doing something right in the largest series ever made about World War II, The Pacific. She talks to Neos Kosmos about her experience as Mama Karamanlis in <

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Honouring those who sacrificed

George Pelecanos talks to Fotis Kapetopoulos about his work in The Pacific. Next week he talks about being Greek in the U.S., his latest book release, The Way Home

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Finding the Greeks in Afghanistan’s Alexandria

IASON ATHANASIADIS, a British Greek journalist covering the Middle and Near East bumps into a Greek woman in Kandahar.

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Oakleigh receives $90,000 boost

Monash Council receives funding through the Melbourne 2030 Expert Assistance Program for the development of Oakleigh

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All terrorist suspects held for trial

Greek extremists charged with acts of terror are led to court, more arrests expected.

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Athens airspace still open

While most of Europe’s airports are closed because of Iceland’s volcanic eruption, Athens remains operational.

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Cautious reception for aged-care proposals

Greek aged care providers cautiously receive Rudd’s aged care proposal

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Euro falls due to Greek bailout concerns

The Greek government’s insistence that it will keep borrowing through the open market was not enough to allay fears that Greece will need to access the EU-IMF rescue plan.

Basile to rock Sydney

Basile a comedic huricane from North Carolina is playing tonight at the Enmore for the Sydney Comedy Festival.

Finding your way

Cambridge University Fellow, Micheal C. Scott enlightens readers this week with a description of Ancient Greek religious beliefs and mores.