Goldman Sachs: Greek Bondholders Unlikely to Get Paid Back in Full

Goldman Sachs said that Greek bondholders are unlikely to get all their money back on schedule unless borrowing costs fall, according to Bloomberg. Andrew Wilson,...

New Mayor Boutaris Employs Greek Army to Collect Garbage, Thessaloniki

According to Salonica Press News, the new mayor of  Thessaloniki Giannis Boutaris witnessed the growing garbage problem.  He reached a decision to seek aid from the Ministry of National...

Greek-Georgian Exhibition Held at National Gallery of Piraeus

A painting and sculpture exhibition, titled: “Art Dialogs between Greece and Georgia”, will be on view until January 23rd, at the National Gallery of Piraeus....

Princeton Professor Alexander Nehamas Named Honorary Doctor at Aristotle University, Thessaloniki

Princeton Philosophy professor Alexander Nehamas will be named Honorary Doctor in the Philosophy department at the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki. The ceremony will be held...

Karamanlis Statue Unveiled in Thessaloniki

A statue of the late statesman Constantine Karamanlis, the founder of the New Democracy (ND) party, was unveiled at Thessaloniki’s seafront promenade on Monday. Speaking...

Health Minister Loverdos Takes Tough Stance on Smoking Ban

Health Minister Andreas Loverdos was adamant that a ban on smoking in public will be fully enforced without exceptions or modifications, while speaking to...

Greek Orthodox Church Affected by Austerity Measures

Greece's powerful Orthodox church wants the government of the cash-strapped country to relax tough hiring restrictions so it can put more priests on the...

Greece Sells EUR650mn T-Bills

The Greek Public Debt Management Agency announced that during the auction of EUR500mn of 13-week T-Bills conducted on Tuesday, the total bids reached EUR2,489mn...

“Greece not in Talks to Extend Repayment of its Entire Debt”

A Finance Ministry official noted on Tuesday that Greece is not in talks to lengthen the repayment of its entire outstanding debt, according to...

Greece’s Public Sector Union Announces February 10th 24-Hour Strike

Greek civil servants will strike for twenty-four- hours on February 10th, to protest against government austerity measures, their union said on Monday. "The (EU/IMF) memorandum's policies...

Nuclei of Fire Terrrorist Group’s Trial begins Today

Nine suspected members of a Greek armed terrorist group went on trial Monday.  The cases concern a series of bomb attacks, in a heavily...

Antiquities Seized in Thessaloniki Cafe

A 60-year-old man has been arrested in Thessaloniki by the security police's antiquities division.  He has been charged with violation of the law on...

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