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Victoria Valassis has touched the hearts of many on social media after sharing her mini documentary The Grandparents Documentary. “I’m getting so many private messages from random people saying they’re so moved and inspired and that they want to do the same thing,” she told Neos Kosmos. The 21-year-old freelance filmmaker produced the project, wanting to preserve the memory of her beloved maternal grandparents Dimitri and Vasiliki Karadimos.

"I'm living the dream," says Arthur Papas on his return to Australia

Arthur Papas has long awaited to return to Australian soil after spending years overseas building his coaching career. “It’s exciting to be home more than anything, it had been just over three years since I’ve been back on Australian soil. I haven’t seen family and friends for a long time,” he told Neos Kosmos. Papas will be returning to the A-League’s Newcastle Jets as head coach, 10 years after serving as the club’s assistant. “The job is something that came about and it’s a bonus to come b

Hot off the victory: Q&A with Adelaide Olympic captain Christos Pounendis

Adelaide Olympic midfielder Christos Pounendis is fresh off his Federation Cup final win against Adelaide City. The 25-year-old has been playing with the seniors for 10 years now and is now captain of the team after years of hard yards. While his drive and tenacity have definitely been key in bringing him there, Pounendis also credits those closest to him for steering him in the right direction.

Carrying the torch: Q&A with Sydney Olympic goalkeeper Nick Sorras

Nick Sorras is keeping soccer in the family. The 23-year-old followed in his father’s footsteps, playing for Sydney Olympic, the same team his dad had joined years before. “We’ve got a few older Greek guys who come to the games and ask me where my dad is and tell me the stories about him. It’s always good to be at a club that he played for and our name is in it a little bit so I’m proud to put on the jersey and keep playing for them,” Sorras told Neos Kosmos. The young keeper has been around t

Stepping up to seniors: Q&A with South Melbourne's Kiara Hronopoulos | Neos Kosmos

Fresh faced and full of energy, 17-year-old Kiara Hronopoulos has joined the senior ranks of South Melbourne FC. The young centre back is deeply entrenched in the world of football, having followed in the footsteps of her father and brother. Now she’s paving her own way. “My dad’s always been heavily involved with the clubs. He was president of the Caulfield Cobras,” Hronopoulos told Neos Kosmos.

Shedding light on the dark side of football: Q&A with West Adelaide's Evan Kostopoulos | Neos Kosmos

If anyone has had a whirlwind of a career navigating the world of football, it’s West Adelaide’s Evan Kostopoulos. The 31-year-old has come up against his fair share of challenges, namely those off the field. “I had an agent who made some bad some bad decisions on my behalf and left me club-less. I guess if I didn’t have an agent, or if I had the right agent it would’ve been a different story..."

Football Victoria's first female president wants to bring football back to its roots | Neos Kosmos

Six years after joining the Football Victoria (FV) team, Antonella Care has made history within the organisation after being the first ever female president elected in its 137 years of operation. “When you are the first at anything it comes with responsibility. I think we’d be lying if we said it didn’t. It doesn’t change my position of advocacy but it does probably give me a stronger voice. My advocacy has always been for women and girls, for community football."

Comedian Angelo Tsarouchas shocked fans at their mother's home in Sydney | Neos Kosmos

It’s not often that you can feel at home in a foreign country, but beloved Greek-Canadian comedian Angelo Tsarouchas feels like he fits right in when sets foot in Australia. “I feel like I’m from there, doesn’t that sound weird? I really do. Coming from Canada, you guys grew up with the same sensitivities that Canadians had. So we’re both from Commonwealth countries, a lot of similarities,” he told Neos Kosmos.

Young Greek-Australian entrepreneurs are motivated to shape the future | Neos Kosmos

If these young Greek-Australian movers, shakers and entrepreneurs are anything to go by, the future of the country is in very capable hands. These young people have visions that reach beyond profits and instead hope they can inspire others to either make change in their own lives and create change in the world around them. Neos Kosmos spoke to some of the many switched on successors of first and second generation Greek-Australians. READ MORE: Greek Parliament tables amendment to facilitate en

Finding Mary in the Big Brother house: The reality TV mum's lightbulb moment | Neos Kosmos

Mary Kalifatidis is no stranger to the world of reality television after getting a taste of what it’s like from her own daughter Martha who appeared on season six of Married at First Sight. This time, reality television’s favourite mum is entering the entertainment sphere under the watchful eye of Channel Seven’s Big Brother. Ms Kalifatidis is one of 20 new housemates entering Sydney’s North Head fixture, but there was a moment where she may have not made her way into the house.
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