HS Teachers Walk Alone on Strike

Elementary school teachers support the protests, as they decided to go on a 48-hour strike on September 18 and 19. The decision was taken...

The Neglected Epirus River Suffers

The natural wealth of Epirus is not limited only to its mountains, forests and beaches. There are rivers as well that complement the breathtaking...

Study Shows Greek Jobless Will Hit 28%

With Greek unemployment already at a record of 26 percent, a study by the auditing company Ernst & Young showed it could reach 28...

Son’s Car Rolls, Killing Father

A tragic accident took place the night of Aug. 25 in the village of Avgio, in the region of Amaliada, in northwestern Elis, West...

One in Three Tourism Employees is Uninsured

Undeclared labor during the summer season has become Greece’s new scourge, as after numerous controls it was found that one in three workers in...

Time Exchange Works For Pavlos Melas

Citizens in around Greece can exchange goods and services using money by bartering through a time system, an idea embraced by the town of...

Greek Colleges Cut Courses 30%

Moving swiftly despite complaints, Greek Education Minister Constantinos Arvanitopoulos said the government would immediately implement plans to cut back the number of university departments...

State Bill Payments Still Lagging

The State’s General Accounting Office has paid 4.3 billion euros in overdue bills but still owes 1.4 billion euros to individuals, with some businesses...

Charges Neighbors Stole 1M Euros From Old Woman

Officials on the southeastern Aegean island of Kalymnos are investigating what could the embezzlement of as much as 1 million euros ($1.3 million) from...

UN Says Greece’s Migrants In Abysmal Centers

Migrants in Greece face shocking conditions in detention centers and deepening hostility on the streets as the country goes through its worst economic crisis...

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