Greek Finance Minister Blames Eurozone

Within the context of research by the European Parliament (EP), focusing on the role of the Troika in the Greek crisis, Greek Finance minister Yiannis...

Tackling Smog with Discount on Electricity

In order to deal with the smog problem, the Greek government is providing discounts on the cost of electricity consumption, for residential customers, during...

Mykonos: Mayoral Candidate Tempts Voters with… Meat

It is not unusual for a mayoral candidate to issue and distribute coupons in order to gain popularity and votes. Over the past years...

The Heroic Greek Doctor

Greek doctor, Chris Giannou has experienced many wars and civil conflicts and has traveled in many deserts, mountains and inhospitable areas risking his life....

Liapis Cottage in Greece Built With Community Funds

The arrest of the Greek former minister Michalis Liapis that took place after he was caught driving a luxurious car with fake plates was...

Greek Epiphany Celebrations Through the Centuries

By Pamela Lytra Epiphany is an important religious celebration for all Greeks and Orthodox Christians. The day on which Jesus was baptized symbolizes the regeneration...

Greek Suspect in Arms Bribery Scandal Set Free

Panayiotis Efstathiou, a Greek businessman and key suspect in the German arms bribery scandal testified on January 2, in front of the investigator. In his testimony...

Uninsured Patient Dies after Being Refused Admission in Greek Hospital

The Metropolitan Social Clinic of Elliniko. Greece announced on Friday that a 66-year-old uninsured patient suffering from cancer, who was receiving care at the...

Greek Museums Will Surprise us in 2014!

The New Year includes many cultural events and exhibitions at major Greek archaeological museums. Directors of four of the most important museums in Greece...

Karelia: Most Employee-Friendly Company in Greece

Greek tobacco company Karelia, in a time when the Greek economic recession deepened, gave its employees bonuses of up to 2.5 million euros, while the...

Syrian Refugees Having a Hard Time In Greece

As the civil war in Syria gets worse day by day, the number of refugees who seek better luck has been constantly increasing. The...

Toxic Hospital Waste Overuns Greek Landfill

Greek environmental officials said they have discovered more than 20 tons of hazardous hospital waste was dumped in the Fylis landfill, Athens' main dumping...

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