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Staikouras: “We See the First Signs of Exit from the Crisis”

Mr. Christos Staikouras noted that the first signs of escalation of the tax burden are already visible, and this year there were ​​targeted reductions...

Lawsuits Against Papandreou and Stournaras

Τhe former member of Greece’s privatization fund has launched legal action against Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras, causing prosecutors to ask Parliament whether the economist’s...

Stournaras Says No to Salary Cuts and Tax Increases

Yannis Stournaras, the Greek Finance Minister stated that there will be no further cuts on salaries or an increase on taxes. He assured the...

“Russian Week” in Ionian Islands

It is Russian week on the Ionian islands, and Zakynthos will now be hosting events that have also taken place in Corfu, Lefkada and...

Police Arrest the Head of a Tax Department in Athens

Yesterday, the officers of Internal Affairs  arrested a 61-year-old woman, the head of a tax office department in Athens. She is accused of accepting...

Anonymous Group Warns Golden Dawn

An anonymous group is sending a powerful message to Golden Dawn and using the murder of leftist Pavlos Fyssas as an excuse to do...

A Free Coffee for Thessaloniki’s Less Fortunate

Every day begins with a cup of coffee......at least for most of us, but what happens with the refugees and the homeless? Now, shop...

Eric Schmidt of Google: Athens can become a Mecca of Technology

"Greece could make its capital a high tech Mecca," said Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google during his lecture, entitled Technology as a Spark...

Paris is Coming to…Greece!

“Petit Paris d’Athenes,” is the name of the fascinating multi-festival, organized by the Athens Art Network in cooperation with the Sports and Youth Organization...

Woman Commits Suicide after Being Laid Off

The suicide victim was a previous administrative employee of public television station ET3 and was recently laid off. The 49- year old unemployed woman jumped...

Greeks were Seafood Lovers since the Prehistoric Era

The sea has been plentiful dating back to prehistoric times, providing Greeks with tasty offerings such as sargos, groupers and scorpionfish, which to this...

Roupakias Lead to Investigator’s Office

On Thursday the 10th of October at 9am, Giorgos Roupakias, accused for the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, was at the Investigator’s Office to deliver...

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