Underwater Uncovering of Ancient Treasures in Crete

International research expedition aims to uncover the archaelogical treasures hiding under the sea of Crete. American and Greek researchers are trying to bring...

Free Information Seminars About Study, Employment, and Visas to Australia

 Roula Tsiolas, the Chief Executive Officer of AISI (Australian Industrial Systems Institute) will be conducting a series of free seminars in Athens on the...

Special Police Guards Mourn on Mt. Lycabettus

Special guards of the Hellenic Police (EL.AS.) have symbolically occupied Lycabettus by hanging a banner protesting against the cuts in their wages. The huge banner...

Abolition of Thousands of Jobs In the Public Sector

Thousands of positions in the public sector will be abolished in the coming months, as declared by the Minister of Administrative Reform and Electronic...
Destination Nowhere Immigrant Series

Destination Nowhere: A Special Series on Greece’s Immigration Problem

Few recent immigrants intend to stay in Greece but most are trapped in the country either due to a lack of money or because of the difficulty in reaching other European destinations.

Limnos Protests Against New Video Game

The island of Limnos is protesting against its inclusion in a new video game called  ‘Arma 3’. The inhabitants and local authorities of the island...

Treasury Bills Instead of Wages and Pensions for the Public Sector

The postponement of the 6th bailout has worsened the poor finances of the Greek public sector. Therefore, the Finance Ministry is in search of...

Public Transport On Strike Again

The country is paralyzed under the weight of new strikes of public transport taking place from the 26th to the 28th of September. More specifically,...

Greek and Turkish PM Discuss Oil Researshes in Mediterranean

Turkish and Greek prime ministers debated on Monday Cyprus issue and oil exploration projects in the east of Mediterranean, as Anatolia news agency reports....

Prime Minister: Unfortunately International Community – EU Very Slow

Greek PM George Papandreou said that unfortunately international community and the EU appeared very slow and divided in their reaction, in a message sent...

EU: Expanding EFSF Won΄t Allow Greek Debt Restructuring

The expansion of the euro zone΄s sovereign debt fund won΄t allow a further restructuring of Greek debt, a European Commission spokesman said Monday. There are...

Salaries Fall 7.6% in Q1

Nominal Greek salaries fell 7.6% in the first quarter of 2011 - the first time in four years, according to data released by the...

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