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Businessman and Sports Club Owner Thanassis Giannakopoulos Dies at 88

  Greek businessman and former sports club owner Thanassis Giannakopoulos died on Tuesday morning at the age of 88. Giannakopoulos had been hospitalized recently in a...

Most Greeks Living Abroad Would Like To Return Home

Nearly six out of ten Greeks who live and work abroad wish to return to Greece, according to a survey presented on Monday by...

Large Fire Breaks Out at Paper Warehouse North of Athens (video)

A large fire broke out at a warehouse which stores paper in north-eastern Attica on Monday afternoon. Eight vehicles from nearby fire stations rushed to...

Rental Subsidy Program For Low-Income Greek Citizens Begins

The new rent-subsidy scheme for Greek citizens, which was passed last year by the Greek Parliament, came into effect on Tuesday evening. The online platform, where...

New Survey Finds One in Three Greek Employers Plan to Hire More Staff

Approximately one out of three Greek employers plan to hire more staff in the coming three months, a new survey published on Wednesday suggests. According...

Greek Police Create Special Domestic Violence Department

The Greek Police (ELAS) will be creating a new department to deal with domestic violence issues, according to a recent announcement. The members of the...

A 24-Year Old is Greece’s Youngest Female Truck Driver

Daniela, a 24-year old professional truck driver, is the youngest woman truck driver in Greece. The young driver, who is based in Germany, comes from the...

British Newspaper Reveals Plans to Uncover Athens’ Ancient Ilissos River

The British newspaper The Telegraph revealed on Sunday that a Greek urban renewal firm called ''Anaplasis'' plans to uncover Athens' ancient river of Ilissos. Back...

Greek First-Aid ‘EKAΒ’ Service Reactivates Road Accident Prevention Division

After 13 years of inactivity, Greece's National Center of First-Aid ''EKAB'' service will reactivate its division dedicated to road traffic accident prevention, Kathimerini newspaper...

Thousands Dress Up and Party at Sunday’s Grand Carnival Parade in Patras

Thousands of visitors and residents of the city of Patras are enjoying the sunny weather by dancing and singing at the Grand Carnival parade...

Greece to Expand ”Golden Visa” Granting Criteria

The Greek Ministry of the Economy brought a bill to the Parliament on Friday, with which it intends to broaden the criteria of the...

Greek PM Tsipras Hosts Event To Mark International Women’s Day (video)

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras welcomed more than one-hundred eighty women from all walks of life to Athens' Maximos Mansion on Friday to mark International Women's Day...

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