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  • Greek youth wearig hoodie.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    Tough new measures have been introduced to ensure heavier penalties for young people wearing hoodies who commit acts of vandalism.

  • Greece. Pork. Swine flu scare.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    Greek authorities have reassured the Greek public that their fears of eating pork following the swine flu scare are misplaced.

  • Greek Finance Minister, Yiannis Papathanasiou. EU economic forecasts. 2009.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    The Greek Finance Minister is unhappy that the latest European economic forecasts for 2009 do not take into account the Greek government's latest efforts to boost the economy.

  • Same sex wedding. Tilos. Annulled.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    Greece's first same-sex civil
    marriages performed on the island of Tilos last year has been annulled on the grounds
    that Greek law makes no specific provision for same-sex wed

  • Pavlidis. Bribery and corruption charges.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    Greek MP Aristotelis Pavlidis escaped facing corruption charges when a motion in the Greek Parliament to lift his political immunity fell five votes short of being passed.

  • Costas Karamanlis. Dora Bakoyiannis. Eastern Partnership Summit in Prague.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    Costas Karamanlis spoke on energy security issues when he addressed the Eastern Partnership Summit held in Prague.

  • 11 May 2009 (0)

    A survey reveals that Greek university students do not believe that a undergraduate degree is sufficient to enhance their life and employment prospects.

  • Scooters. Motor cycles. Greece. Roadworthiness tests. KTEO.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    Scooters and motor cycles in Greece will be required to undergo a roadworthiness test every two years as of 2010.

  • Greece. Immigrants. Protests. Chrysi Avgi. Anarchists.
    11 May 2009 (0)

    A protest by Greek neo-Nazi group, Chryssi Avghi, against migrants squatting in an abandoned building led to a series of clashes in the streets of central Athens.

  • Swine flu. Greece. Avramopoulos.
    4 May 2009 (0)

    The swine flu outbreak has prompted a quick response by the Greek government with measures introduced at Greek airports.

  • Anti-smoking campaign. Greece. Avaramopoulos.
    4 May 2009 (0)

    A nationwide anti-smoking campaign promoting the new restrictions on smoking in public places was launched by the Greek Health Minister.

  • 4 May 2009 (0)

    New measures aimed at boosting investment and protecting jobs in the country’s ailing construction industry, including subsidizing mortgages and increasing tax benefits were announ

  • British owned houses. Northern Cyprus.
    4 May 2009 (0)

    A European Court of Justice ruling could leave thousands of Britons with homes in northern Cyprus liable to return their properties to Greek Cypriots or to pay them compensation.

  • Aristotelis Pavlidis. Greece. Corruption scandal.
    4 May 2009 (0)

    The parliamentary committee of inquiry into the Pavlidis affair was split on whether the former Minister should have his political immunity removed and face corruption charges.

  • Aristotle's lyceum. Athens, Rizari.
    4 May 2009 (0)

    Steps have been taken by the Greek government to protect the archeological park where the philosopher Aristotle had his wrestling school.

  • Greek tourism. Tourism marketing. Greece, the true experience.
    4 May 2009 (0)

    Greece’s new international tourism campaign for 2009 was launched last week by the Tourism Development Minister Costas Markopoulos.

  • Decrease tourism Greece. Athen International Airport.
    4 May 2009 (0)

    Athens Airport has suffered a significant decrease in inbound tourism over the last 12 months.

  • 27 Apr 2009 (0)
    Petrol stations in Greece will be required to operate cash registers with automatic receipts as the Greek Government battles tax evasion by station owners.
  • Karamanlis. Christofias. Wives.
    27 Apr 2009 (0)

    Greek Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis, meets with the Cypriot President, Dimitris Christofias.

  • Karamanlis addressing the Cypriot Parliament.
    27 Apr 2009 (0)

    The two day visit of the Greek Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis, and his wife Natasa to Cyprus reinforced the strong relationship between both countries.

  • 27 Apr 2009 (0)

    The sale of coffee in Greece has remained strong despite the impact of the global financial crisis and the closing down of hundreds of small businesses.

  • 27 Apr 2009 (0)

    Greek Economy Minister Yiannis Papathanassiou remained calm despite the release of official figures which show that the Greek deficit has doubled to five percent of GDP.

  • 27 Apr 2009 (0)

    The First Games Festival which will celebrates games such as chess, bridge, scrabble, darts and sudoko opened in Thessaloniki over the weekend.

  • Natassa Pazaiti-Karamanli during her visit to Cyprus.
    27 Apr 2009 (0)

    The wife of the Greek Prime Minister came to the rescue of a journalist during their visit to Cyprus.

  • PASOK is leading the polls.
    20 Apr 2009 (0)
    Public opinion polls in Greece show that PASOK has extended lead over New Democracy by seven percent.
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