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Greek long jumper Tendoglou leaps into history at Rome championships

Greece’s Miltiadis Tendoglou has retained the European title in the long jump for his third consecutive event, which no athlete has ever previously achieved. In a night where his dominance …

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EU voters head to polls this Sunday

Italy became the first heavyweight nation to cast votes for the EU’s next parliament on Saturday, in a test of far-right leader Giorgia Meloni’s strength at home — and future …

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Flood risk remains as NSW residents return

Flood-affected NSW communities returning to their homes have been urged to take care as they survey the damage and begin to clean up. Residents in parts of Camden and Ellis …

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Wu to create history, set to dive at fifth Olympics

Melissa Wu is on the cusp of becoming the first Australian diver to compete at five Olympics after overcoming nerves to clinch another national title. The 32-year-old has triumphed in …

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Gross rescues Germany with last-gasp winner against Greece

An 89th-minute winner from Pascal Gross snatched Euro 2024 hosts Germany a 2-1 win against Greece in a friendly in Moenchengladbach on Friday, one week out from the tournament’s curtain-raiser. …

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Greece broadens search for missing UK journalist

Greek officials on Friday said they had broadened a search for British journalist and television presenter Michael Mosley a day after he went missing on the Aegean island of Symi. …

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A-League 2023-24 season sees rise in viewers and attendance

The A-League has seen a rise in viewers and attendance as the Australian Professional Leagues (APL) release their key metrics, revealing a third straight year of growth. Following this year’s …

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Diatribe: In the stasis chamber – The terminal decline of Modern Greek Studies

In the building hopefully accompanying these words, over the course of three years, Anna Chatzinikolaou, lecturer in Modern Greek Studies at Melbourne University, changed my life and that of all …

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A response to Dean Kalimniou’s “Stasis… terminal decline of Modern Greek studies…”

I appreciate Dean Kalimniou’s concerns about the future of the Greek language in Australia. Many of us share them. I write to emphasise, since it seems that many people are …

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Empower Greek Australian stories with a Neos Kosmos digital subscription

Some readers may have noticed that Neos Kosmos, like many newspapers now, has introduced a new paywall on its website. Readers can now read five free articles in a given …

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