Greek Public Sector Employees to Assess New Evaluation System

Greek public sector employees will be able to evaluate the new performance evaluation system as of today, December 22, it was announced on Monday. All...

SYRIZA Tables Draft Law for Restoring Christmas Bonus for Low Pensions

Greek main opposition SYRIZA, in a proposal led by party leader Alexis Tsipras, tabled a draft law in Greek Parliament on Monday for restoring...

Archbishop Ieronymos Urges SYRIZA Leader to Vote in Greek Presidential Ballot

According to Greek media, Archbishop Ieronymos allegedly urged SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras to vote for a new President in Parliament. Tsipras visited the Dimitrios Center for Creative Activities of...

NSRF: €19 Billion for Greece in the 2014-2020 Program

Programs totaling 19 billion euros were approved for Greece by the National Strategic Reference Framework (ESPA) for the 2014-2020 period. The main sectors the funds...

Guardian: SYRIZA Win Could Help Put an End to Austerity in EU

A SYRIZA win in the predicted Greek snap elections can trigger changes that may put an end to austerity throughout Europe, says a Guardian...

Environment Ministry Backs Down on Forest Zoning Bill

The environment ministry backed down on a bill seen as compromising legislation that protects Greek forests and the old Athens quarter of Plaka. The controversial...

Academy of Athens Awards Writers, Historians, Musicians, Scientists

The Academy of Athens awarded writers, poets, musicians, historians and painters for their outstanding work for 2014 and lifetime achievements in a ceremony on...

Greek PM Offers General Elections in 2015 After Bailout Talks are Completed

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras addressed the Greek people and described the risks involved if the country is dragged to snap elections. However, he compromised...

Report Unveils Human Rights Violations in Greece Stemming from Austerity Policy

Austerity measures adopted in response to the economic crisis have adversely impacted human rights, such as the rights to work and health, and curtailed...

Greek Politics Wallowing in the Mire

The latest chapter in the history of corruption in Greek politics could be called "A bribery attempt through the lens of a camera watch."...

Employed Greeks Rush for Early Retirement

Employed Greeks who belonged to special state and bank retirement funds rushed to retire early now that all security funds have been incorporated to...

Trikala Pilot Scheme to Test First Driverless Buses in City Environment

The Greek city of Trikala in central Greece will be the first in the world to operate driverless buses in an urban environment, in...

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