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Lawyers’ Strike Deemed Illegal by Top Greek Court

Greece's Council of State, it's top administrative court, decided that the Greek lawyers strike that started on January 12 is illegal and in violation...

Greek EconMin: New Development Law Will Put An End to Old Mistakes

A new development law to be tabled to Parliament soon will include 3-4 basic principles, it will be simplified compared with a prevailing bureaucracy...

Director Rejects Greek Film Academy Awards Until Second Generation Migrants Have a Chance

Film director Panos Koutras was the big winner on Monday’s Greek Film Academy Awards. However, Koutras did not accept any of his awards, in protest of the...

Fines up to €25 Million Introduced in New Sports Bill

In an effort to diminish violence in sports, a number of significant suggestions are to be part of the new sports bill presented by Greek Deputy Sports Minister Stavros...

Pan-Hellenic Holy Foundation Taken Over by Clergy; Island Residents Disapprove

On Sunday, residents of Tinos showed their disapproval towards His Eminence Dorotheos II, Metropolitan of Syros, during a protest which took place in the...

NGO Finances Under Ministry Microscope

Greece's Deputy Finance Minister George Mavraganis has presented documents to Parliament citing 908 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) under investigation by Finance Ministry inspectors. In what appears to be only the...

To Change or Not to Change? A Greek Take on Women’s Names After Marriage

Kate Winslet defended her decision not to change her surname to that of her third husband; Emma Watson tweeted that Hermione Granger would almost...

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