Bike Sharing System in Greek Municipalities

Bike-Sharing Systems are electronic, automated systems that offer short-term bike rental. The bikes are provided from special automated stations which are located in various...

Greek Crisis: Unwanted Toddlers, Child Beggars

The facts being revealed about the child protection networks which are operating in Greece are very concerning. Toddlers abandoned in nurseries, children who are...

Robot Assisted Orthopedic Surgery Introduced in Greece

An innovative approach to orthopedic surgery using robots has been introduced by Greek doctors. The new technology is provided by the U.S. MAKO corporation,...

Relief for Earthquake-Stricken Cephalonia Residents Announced

The Greek Finance ministry has given a three-month extension to individual taxpayers and legal entities on the earthquake-stricken Ionian Sea island of Cephalonia, Greece,...

12 year-old from Thessaloniki Cooperates with Google

Twelve year old Nikos Adam may still be in middle school, but has already drawn the attention of Google executives, due to two applications...

33 British Couples to Tie the Knot in Cephalonia

Thirty three couples from Great Britain are going to tie the knot this summer in Cephalonia. According to Donna O’ Liri, social event organizer in...

George Soros Opens Solidarity Center in Greece

The Guardian featured an article today about George Soros and the opening of his “Solidarity Center” in Thessaloniki, Greece, the first of many he...

SYRIZA Takes the Lead in New Poll

A Kapa Research opinion poll carried out on behalf of the newspaper “TO VIMA,” gives SYRIZA a 0.8 percent lead over New Democracy. In particular,...

Piraeus Bans Golden Dawn Food Handouts

The Mayor of Piraeus, Vasilis Michaloliakos has banned Golden Dawn’s food distribution “for Greeks only”, which was due to take place on Saturday at 11 in...

Scandals in the Greek Church Go Public

There are serious concerns within the church after a sudden outburst of scandalous reports started circulating in the press and on the internet. Scandals...

Private Sector Greek Employees Say No to Work Hour Extensions

  Employ unions of the private sector have reacted after a recent decision was made by the Regional Council of Attica. In particular, the Regional...

One of Two Greeks Wants to Emigrate

According to an opinion poll that was conducted by Kapa Research on behalf of the newspaper “TO VIMA,” one out of two Greeks would...

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