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Condolences for Greek Australian “Baker of Kos” who gave bread to refugees

Dionissis Arvanitakis, a Greek baker who shot to the public spotlight when he provided free bread to refugees upon their arrival to the island of Kos, died on Saturday morning, …

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InSETE reports 7 per cent drop in air seats to Greece

Airlines are planning to offer less seats on flights to Greece in 2019, according to data gathered up until 31 January. A report by the Institute of the Greek Tourism …

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Christodoulou: “To be 17 and to be involved in a second Grand Final is an amazing feeling”

Sydney FC’s W-League defender Angelique Christodoulou was not daunted at the prospect of marking Perth Glory’s in-form superstar Sam Kerr at yesterday’s Grand Final. Christodoulou, 17 is daughter of former …

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Polias: Stacjic sacking was hard to deal with.

Ahead of yesterday’s Grand Final Sydney FC Captain Teresa Polias opened up to Neos Kosmos about a W-League campaign that was rocked by the sacking of Matildas coach Alen Stacjic. …

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Erdogan will open Halki Seminary in exchange for operation of Fethiye mosque – with minaret towers

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the Heybeliada Theological School (Halki Seminary) in Istanbul would be reopened if Athens were to add minaret towers to the Fethiye mosque, a …

Sport

Cannons ready to fire this season

Oakleigh Cannons fans will be hoping their team’s strong finish in the league last season continues into the start of the new league season and all the way into the …

Features

How the Anzac Memorial honours Greeks

When you walk through the renovated NSW Anzac Memorial and enter the new Hall of Service you come across an Oculus where beneath lies soil collected from 100 battle sites. …

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The 2500-year-old Grecian urn that represents the legacy of the ANZAC spirit in Greece

In total almost 35,000 Anzacs fought in both WW1 and WW2 campaigns in Greece. It is known that Greek soil contains the remains of 795 Australians with some of these …

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Man from Crete drops everything to take care of 74 stray dogs

Nikos Tsikalakis, a 38-year-old man from Crete decided to leave his old life behind and dedicate his time to taking care of stray dogs five years ago. It all started …

Life

A vibrant festival celebrating contemporary Mediterranean folk music

As has been the case with rembetika in Greece and Australia, over the past 20 years, Italy has seen a folk music revival, with a generation of younger musicians rediscovering …