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


Vas dons Greek hat for festival

Greek Australian chef, Vas Donoudis, will leave aside his Italian cooking to explore his Greek culinary heritage at a dinner being organised as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine


Keep it cute and sexy

Melissa Chrys looks at the good, the bad and the ugly in underwear


Victoria’s secret is out

Victoria’s Secret is set to be next international retail giant to open stores in Australia


Shame on you Morrison and Abbott

The Shadow Immigration spokesman Scott Morrison was so callous last week it offended Neos Kosmos and should mark the end of the Federal Coalition’s infatuation with One Nation’s po


Olympiakos beats Panathinaikos 2-1

Raffik Djebbour scored an injury time goal to hand Olympiakos a 2-1 home win over Panathinaikos in an entertaining but controversial win at the Karaiskakis Stadium on Saturday.