Greek Ports to Welcome More than 5 Million Cruise Passengers this Summer

Greek ports are expected to welcome more than five million cruise passengers this summer, breaking last year’s record, according to Greece’s Union of Cruise...
The Sakellaropoulos family olive groves, with the Taygetos Mountain in the background

Family Business From Sparta Wins its 100th Prize for Olive Oil Production

Sakellaropoulos Organic Farming, a Greek family business in Sparta, Laconia has become a legend in the world of olive oil production, managing to rack up...

Turkey Will Send Second Drilling Vessel off Cyprus, Finance Minister Says

Turkish Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said on Sunday that Turkey intends to send a second drilling vessel into the Eastern Mediterranean Sea to conduct research for...

Reports Say Greek Banks to Axe Up to 4,000 Jobs in 2019

Greek banks are expected to cut up to 4,000 positions during the year 2019, various outlets in the Greek media reported on Monday. Most of...

Shops Vandalized in Central Athens Now Seek Compensation From the State

Constantinos Michalos, the President of the Athens Chamber of Commerce & Industry (EBEA) called on the Greek authorities on Saturday to compensate the businesses...

More than Five Percent of Athens Apartments Now on Airbnb-Style Platforms

A total of 5.3 percent of the total available apartments in Athens are now ''blocked'' by being rented exclusively via Airbnb-style platforms, an organization...

New Electronic System Expected to Save Greek Public Sector Hundreds of Millions

Greece's new ''Electronic Document Transfer System,'' the bill for which was signed by government ministers on Friday, is expected to save the Greek state...

Greek Vineyards to Be Open to the Public for Free Tours May 18-19

Greece's Unions of wine-makers plan to open the doors of their vineyards to the public during the weekend of May 18-19. Under the ''Open Doors'' initiative,...

Greece Among The Regions Benefitting Least From EU Single Market

A study conducted recently by the Bertelsman Foundation found that regions in Greece are among those benefitting the least from the EU's Single Market. The Single...

Defense Minister Apostolakis from Cyprus: ”We Will Decisively Defend Our Sovereign Rights”

Greece's Defense Minister Evangelos Apostolakis said from Cyprus on Wednesday that Greece will defend its sovereign rights in a decisive manner. Apostolakis is on an...

Greece to Offer Free Wifi in Public Places, Mass Transit and Tourist Hotspots

Greek authorities are planning over the next few months to install approximately 3,000 wireless access points in public areas, including buses and trolley buses,...

Greek Authorities Revoke License for Tall Building Near Acropolis

The Greek Ministry of Culture revoked the license for the construction of a new, multi-level building which had been planned for Athens' Koukaki neighborhood...

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