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King George of rock to launch debut album

Anyone who has formed a rock band with the prospect of success knows how difficult it is to break into the industry. Add Greek-Australian to the equation, rewind back 15 years a

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Turkey censors The Pacific’s Melbourne based episode

A Turkish television station will censor a scene from The Pacific which features Greek Australians relaying the burning of Smyrna (Ismir) to US Marine

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The children’s story

Photographer George Voulgaropoulos captures the intangible aspects of refugee and immigrant children in Western Sydney.

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Greece pays dearly to raise 1.95 billion euros

Greece raised 1.95 billion euros in treasury bills but had to pay over double the last equivalent rate as returns on its benchmark 10-year paper hit a new record.

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Athens, Nicosia wary of Eroglu

Eroglu election in Occupied Northern Cyprus may have a negative impact on reunification talks

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On Anzac Day, we remember

On Anzac Day a rapidly dwindling group of men and women will march down Swanston Street to the Shrine of Remembrance and remember the realities of war.

Life

The Pacific episode 3 – Greek Episode

While his buddies carouse, Leckie meets the beautiful Stella Karamanlis on a tram and is soon taken in by her family who see in him the son they never had.

Features

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

Features

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.