‘No stone left unturned’ for restoration of Evangelismos Church | Neos Kosmos

Restoration of Melbourne's oldest Greek Church Evangelismos will continue into 2018 as work to clean up debris and restore the extensively damaged ceiling continues, according to members of the committee managing the project. Speaking to Neos Kosmos, Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria (GOCMV) president Bill Papastergiadis confirmed the contracts to start the restoration … Continue reading ‘No stone left unturned’ for restoration of Evangelismos Church | Neos Kosmos

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The rise of Hellenic doughnuts | Neos Kosmos

Purveyors of Oakleigh's finest doughnuts, Yani and Nicholas Kabylakis talk to Neos Kosmos about doughnuts that 'touch people's hearts' Working in the hospitality industry was never such a far-fetched idea for the Kabylakis brothers. Born in Oakleigh to a Greek Australian mother and Greek father who migrated to Australia when he was 13, Yani and … Continue reading The rise of Hellenic doughnuts | 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 … Continue reading Fair fares: Pressure builds to secure concession cards for postgrads | Mojo

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, … Continue reading Parenthood a joy for first-time dad pushing 60 | The Age

Metro Tunnel: New train stations should be named after location, say transport users | The Age

When it comes to naming Melbourne's new train stations, commuters are torn between the creative and the bleeding obvious. A competition to name the Metro Tunnel's five new underground stations has prompted a wide range of suggestions, from the culturally significant to the contemporary (hello 'Smashed Avo' station). But Daniel Bowen from the Public Transport … Continue reading Metro Tunnel: New train stations should be named after location, say transport users | The Age

Do you use your hands to cover a cough or sneeze? You’re doing it all wrong | Sydney Morning Herald

Do you use your hand to cover your nose when you sneeze or your mouth when you cough? If so, you're doing it all wrong. Infection experts say you should use your arm instead. New rules around coughing and sneezing suggest the best way is to use the crook of your arm, or inner elbow, … Continue reading Do you use your hands to cover a cough or sneeze? You’re doing it all wrong | Sydney Morning Herald

Slum Village on Legacy and the Future | fluoro

Detroit 1997. Fan-Tas-Tic Vol. 1 the debut record by Slum Village was released. Recorded in the late J Dilla’s basement in 1996/1997, the album immediately rose to critical acclaim, making its journey to the hands of A Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip and on to the ears of the 90s hip hop elite. A few years later Slum Village landed their … Continue reading Slum Village on Legacy and the Future | fluoro

Michael Kiwanuka: Love & Hate | fluoro

At home on a London summer’s day, Michael Kiwanuka spoke to us ahead of the release of his highly-anticipated second album, Love & Hate. We wanted Kiwanuka to tell us who he was, setting the tone for what was to come as we dove further into the expressive universe of Kiwanuka. “I’m Michael Kiwanuka, from London,” he says. “I’m a singer, … Continue reading Michael Kiwanuka: Love & Hate | fluoro