Casino Loutraki Could Go Under

The Casino Loutraki is in danger of imminent closing unless new funding can be found, company officials said. The business is a joint venture...

Greek Rooftops Going Green

The sea of white-and-grey roofs across Greek cities, particularly Athens, could be changing color, at least for drab municipal buildings. The project Green Roofs in...

Troika Wants Greek Homes Repossessed

Greece's international lenders are pressuring the coalition government led by Prime Minister and New Democracy Conservative leader Antonis Samaras again to lift a ban...

Greek Justice Responds to Publication About Rapes in Malia

Greek Justice responded to the provocative publication of the British newspaper Daily Mirror, which presented the touristic region Malia as “a hellhole of rapes...

Greece Aims to Be Energy Hub

Giannis Maniatis, Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change, referred to the steps taken so far for the exploitation of hydrocarbons, as well as...

McDonald’s Will Stay in Greece

Despite the closing of branches in Omonia Square in Athens and in Thessaloniki, McDonald's said it's going to stay in Greece and try to...

Best Tourism Year Ever For Rhodes

The hotels of Rhodes are full in recent weeks and the estimations that this year will be the best tourism year ever for Rhodes...

Turks Advised to Invest in Greece

With Turkish Airlines reportedly set to snap up Greece's beleaguered former national carrier Olympic, the Turkish Ministry of Economy is advising businessmen to invest...

WSJ, NYT on Greek Bailout

After successive reports from Brussels and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about the course of Greece’s rescue program, the newspapers Wall Street Journal, New...

Dodoni Paid 1.1M Euros to Producers

The dairy company Dodoni industry paid 1.1 million euros ($1.45 million) it owed through April to cow and goat milk producers, as well as...

Ban Placed On Crete’s Wild Herbs

Forestry officials on the Greek island of Crete have put a five-year ban on the collection of wild herbs. The ban’s aim was to protect...

Minerva Oil: Pure, Virgin, Perennial

Founded in 1904, Minerva is the oldest olive oil company in Greece. Since then it has developed into the largest exporter of Greek olive...

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