Hellas Sat 3/Inmarsat Satellite to be Launched Into Space on Wednesday

The Greek-Cypriot telecommunication satellite Hellas Sat 3/Inmarsat S EAN is ready to be launched into space on-board the Arianespace's Ariane 5 rocket at midnight...

Trikala Becomes First Greek City with 5G Technology

Trikala has become the first city in Greece to have 5G technology. Greece's General Secretariat of Telecommunications and Post, the Trikala Municipality and e-trikala SA...

Greece Suffered Million-Euro Losses from State TV and Radio Mismanagement

The Greek state has suffered losses in the millions of euros from mismanagement and fraud in public broadcaster ERT during the Christos Panagopoulos administration and the 9.84...

Television License Tender Kicks Off in Greece Amid Protests and Doubts

The much-anticipated tender for broadcasting licenses started on Tuesday, with the Greek government auctioning four permits amid complaints and doubt. Eight candidates are bidding for...

Council of State to Convene on TV Licensing Law on October 24 and 26

The Council of State (CoS) plenum will meet on October 24 and 26 to discuss and decide on the constitutionality and legality of the...

Suspension of Publication of Two Historical Greek Newspapers

On Saturday the Lambrakis Press Organization (DOL) announced on the front page of the Greek newspaper "To Vima”  that two historical Greek newspapers are being...

Prominent Greek Journalist Arrested

Police officers arrested on Monday journalist and publisher Kostas Vaxevanis after a lawsuit filed on Sunday by former Prime Minster Antonis Samaras. Vaxevanis was sued...

Greek Debt: Another BRICS in the Wall

BRICS is the new catchword that plays in the lips of SYRIZA leftist hardliners. All of a sudden, a new international development bank will...

Greece’s Bank Association Announces Capital Controls Could be Lifted by End of 2016

According to Greece's banking association Greece might be able to lift most or all capital controls by the end of the year. On Saturday, the association said that the...

Will Creditors Approve Government’s Plan of Incentives for Making Credit Card Purchases?

According to sources, there is a plan in the making to drive Greeks to use their credit cards to make purchases. The government has...

BoG: State Generating More Debt Than it Is Repaying

The Bank of Greece (BoG) recently released data showing that the amount of state debt that Greece generates is mounting to figures that it...

Excessive Taxes and Negative Savings for Greek Households

Greece has reportedly the lowest savings rate among the 28 EU countries, as households and businesses 'bend' at the expense of wage cuts, excessive...

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