Greek Shipping Loses to Italy in the Adriatic

Ships with the Greek flag are becoming less common in the Adriatic Sea, as the domination of Italian shipping is now confirmed, a Kathimerini...

Greek Energy Minister: European Intransigence Leads Negotiation to a Deadlock

"Europe's problem is not the cursed left party. It is the European intransigence that is leading the negotiation to a deadlock and not...

Greek Electricity Co. Readies For Privatization

The restructuring and privatization of Public Power Corporation S.A., the biggest electric power company in Greece which is controlled to an extent by the...

German Newspaper’s Friendly Welcome to Greek Prime Minister

German newspaper Bild published an unprecedented friendly welcome to Greece and its Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, ahead of today's meeting between the Greek prime...

Greece Wants Greek Ship-Owners to Contribute More

According to Posidonia Exhibitions SA, Greek ship-owners set a new record of orders to shipbuilding companies in 2013. The number of orders made by...

Smartphones Are Costing Greeks, Study Finds

In the last seven years, Greeks have spent over 700 million euros to repair or replace their damaged smartphones, according to a report by...

Judge Bars TV Migrant Boat Sinking Report, Mega TV Defies Her

Just a day after Greece's World Press Freedom Index ranking fell to 99th, a judge has ordered a TV show not to show a...

Cypriot Reporters Say ‘Glossary’ Endangers Freedom of Speech

A document backed by the OSCE which attempted to defuse some of the political language confronting journalists in Cyprus has been rejected by Greek-Cypriot...

Cannabis on Balconies? Greek Minister Calls for Legalization

The Greek government has initiated a debate over the legalization of cannabis for recreational purposes. Deputy Minister for Agriculture Yiannis Tsironis, said that cannabis should...

BoG Governor Urges Greece and Creditors to Compromise Before It’s too Late

Governor of the Bank of Greece, Yannis Stournaras, said on Monday, that time is running out for bailout review talks and stressed that Athens...

Foreign TV Programs to Promote Tourism in Greece

British television network BBC2 is planning TV shootings in Thessaloniki and Imathia from July 24-31, with the support of the Greek National Tourism Organisation...

Illegal Work Reigns in Northern Greece

The presidents of labor unions described the gloomy picture of unemployment in Northern Greece at a meeting which took place in  Thessaloniki in the...

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