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


Another world

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


Estia Greek Festival 2011

The Estia Greek Festival 2011 in Hobart kicks off next week


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


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


Milestone celebrations for Neos Kosmos

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


Who’s looking out for you

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


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


Painting on smiles for ovarian cancer

Napoleon Perdis is raising money funds for Ovarian Cancer Australia