Santorini Left in The Dark Again

The Greek island of Santorini, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece, was plunged into darkness once again at 9:00 p.m. on...

Thessaloniki Gearing Up for the 78th TIF

The 78th Thessaloniki International Fair is called to reflect, within a few days, the change of course of the national exhibition agency, after the...

Power Failure Leaves Santorini Dark

Set to welcome a record 1.9 million tourists this year, Santorini's big year ran into a problem on Aug. 13 when a fire broke...

Coalition MP’s Oppose Foreclosure Plan

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' plan to let banks seize homes if people can't afford to pay their mortgages because of unrelenting austerity measures...

The Haratsi Is Here To Stay

A special property tax levy that doubled the amount due, and which was put into electricity bills in 2011 - for what was supposed...

Chinese Man 1st To Get Residency Permit

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' plan to lure people with money to the country by offering them residency permits for buying properties worth more...

Fire Causes Blackout in Santorini

Santorini and Thirasia have been facing a blackout since noon because of a fire which broke out at 12.00 at the Public Power Corporation’s...

Samaras Asks Putin To Lower Gas Prices

On the heels of signing the major Trans Adriatic Pipeline deal to bring gas from Azerbaijan into Europe through countries including Greece, Prime Minister...

Bundesbank Says Greece Needs New Bailout

According to the confidential report of Bundesbank, cited by the German magazine Spiegel, Greece will need another rescue package in 2014. In an internal document...

Chinese Businessman Likes Zakynthos

The Mayor of Zakynthos, Stelios Mpozikis had a meeting with the Chinese businessman David Zhong, during which they discussed about potential investments in Zakynthos concerning...

OPAP Privatization Faces Court Challenge

With its sale of a stake in the state gambling monopoly OPAP to a Greek-Czech consortium unraveling over bickering over some of the details,...

Olive Trees Make Way For Railroad

The Hellenic Railways Organization (ERGOSE) will sell 17,500 olive trees from olive groves in northern Peloponnese in order to construct the new railway network. The...

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