Mobile laundry van Ithaca Laundry washes clothes of Athens homeless | Neos Kosmos

In the streets of Athens, people holding laundry bags start forming a line behind the white van with ‘Ithaca Laundry’ emblazoned on the side.… Read More Mobile laundry van Ithaca Laundry washes clothes of Athens homeless | Neos Kosmos

Book by LA-based author Eva Konstantopoulos transformed into Netflix film | Neos Kosmos

Greek American writer Eva Konstantopoulos talks to Neos Kosmos about her supernatural horror stories and her life as a writer in Los Angeles When writer Eva Konstantopoulos dreams, it’s more than just thoughts, images and sounds that occur during sleep. Her dreams, the Greek American says, are a unique source of inspiration for her stories.… Read More Book by LA-based author Eva Konstantopoulos transformed into Netflix film | Neos Kosmos

Fair fares: Pressure builds to secure concession cards for postgrads | Mojo

Fares Fair PTV, a coalition of Victorian university student associations, is working to secure student public transport concessions for full-time postgraduate students. The group claims the concession, which is available to postgraduates in all other states, would be beneficial as postgrads have the same limited earning capacity as undergraduate students. Graduate Student Association (GSA) president… Read More Fair fares: Pressure builds to secure concession cards for postgrads | Mojo

Marriage equality campaigners vow to keep fighting after ‘disappointing’ ruling | The Age

Supporters of marriage equality have vowed to continue campaigning after the High Court gave a green light to the same-sex marriage postal vote. Campaigning for the “yes” vote started almost immediately after the decision was handed down on Thursday afternoon, with supporters handing out pamphlets outside the High Court and neighbouring Flagstaff railway station. But the verdict has stirred up… Read More Marriage equality campaigners vow to keep fighting after ‘disappointing’ ruling | The Age

Max and his three dads celebrate difference on Father’s Day | Sydney Morning Herald

This Father’s Day, seven-year-old Max will buy three presents for his three dads. Kids at school often ask Max: “Where’s your mum?” Max says he doesn’t have one. Instead he has a “special lady” who helped his dads have him. “He knows there was an egg donor and there was a surrogate. We’ve explained the… Read More Max and his three dads celebrate difference on Father’s Day | Sydney Morning Herald

Parenthood a joy for first-time dad pushing 60 | The Age

When people ask Brett Eagleton if toddler Katie is his granddaughter, he laughs. Katie, who is 20 months old, is his first child. But 59-year-old Mr Eagleton is not fazed by what others might think about his age. “People see that our bond is very strong,” he says. The disability support worker married his long-term partner, Kim, when he was 51. Kim, 36,… Read More Parenthood a joy for first-time dad pushing 60 | The Age