Friendship ends at the point of a knife

A friendship among two Greek Australians was shattered when one of them attacked the other with a knife, leaving one man in jail and the other a paraplegic.


ND leader launches attack on Greek PM

Main opposition New Democracy (ND) party leader Antonis Samaras launched a strong attack on Greek Prime Minister George Papandrou in response to his earlier address to PASOK parlia


Greek PM: tough measures to be taken on economy

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, addressed PASOK parliamentarians on Tuesday where he announced that a further round of tough austerity measures will need to be implemented.


Sydney Olympic punish weakened Sharks

Sydney Olympic gave new coach Pat Marando the perfect start to his term with a 2-0 win over defending champions Sutherland Sharks at Belmore Sports Ground.


Theo’s parting words

Controversial former Victorian politician and Minister, Theo Theophanous, talks to Neos Kosmos about his intense 22 year political journey.


Why women love their shoes

A shoe fetish is more than an expensive hobby or a desire, it is a way of life as well as being great therapy.


Four young voices come on board

Recent elections in the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria have resulted in a record number of second generation Greek Australians sitting on the board of the 113 year insti

Ancient Greece: Sex, to partake or not to partake?

Cambridge Fellow, Micheal C. Scott, examines the unique sexual mores of Ancient Greece in this week’s column.

The Nexus between hard work and validation

Dr Norris Ioannou the Director of Nexus Multiculutral Arts was awarded the South Australian Governor’s Multicultural Award.


Right Room, Wrong Elephant

The real ‘elephant in the room’ is not population growth.