Leaving Athens to Take Over the Family Business

Kalarites is a village located on the Tzoumerka mountain in north-western Greece, which during the winter months seems to be forgotten by everyone. There, in the...

Christians and Muslims Unite for Cephalonia

An interesting initiative has been launched in Komotini to help the victims of the earthquake in Cephalonia. Both the Holy Bishopric of Maroneia and Komotini...

Greece Holds One of the Highest Aging Rates in Europe

According to a recent survey by the associate professor at the University of Thessaly, Marie-Noel Dyken, Greece is one of the most "aged" countries in the...

Greek Lawmakers Resist Axing State Bodies

A parliamentary committee is objecting to government plans to close 21 organizations deemed no longer useful, saying it violates the Greek Constitution. The shutdowns were...

Greek Pharmacists Continue Strike

Greek pharmacists will proceed with new strikes on  Friday, March 14 and Monday, March 17 after a  decision taken by the Panhellenic Pharmacists’ Union....

Greek Attorney General Orders Strict Application of Anti-Smoking Law

The Attorney General of the Supreme Civil and Criminal Court of Greece, Efterpi Koutzamani, has sent a circular to all the Procurator Generals of...

Mitsotakis’ Decisions Deemed Unconstitutional

The Greek Minister of Administrative Reform and e-Governance Kyriakos Mitsotakis has received a double legal slap, from both the Council of State (CoS) and...

Eurozone Squeezes Greece For Troika Deal

While praising Greece publicly for making progress on reforms, Eurozone finance chiefs privately told Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras they are disappointed at the lack...

More than 20,000 Immigrants Have Returned to Their Countries From Greece

More than 20,000 immigrants that were living in Greece have returned to their countries, said the Head of the International Organization for Migration (IOM)...

DEPA: Studying Gas Pipeline Feasibility in SE Mediterranean

The Greek Environment Ministry announced today that DEPA would be launching a study to check if it is feasible to build a pipeline that...

2.6 Million Greek Taxpayers Fail to Pay Taxes

  There are 2,653,032 Greek taxpayers who are drowning in tax debts as they cannot afford to pay the increase in taxes. As a result,...

Greek Pharmacists Strike for Two Days

The union of Greek pharmacists is proceeding with  a 48-hours strike on Monday, March 10 and Tuesday, March 11 in protest at government's plans...

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