News – 20 Apr, 2009
The number of visitors to ancient sites and museums is down, according to the Greek National Statistics office.
Cypriot President Demetris Christofias is not happy with the progress on the reunification of Cyprus.
The price of lamb and goat at Easter are at the same levels as 2008.
Former Greek Minister for the Aegean, Aristotelis Pavlidis, was grilled when he appeared before the parliamentary inquiry investigating whether his political immunity should be rem
Vassilis Paleocostas is still on the loose after evading a roadblock and eluding an extensive police search in western Attiki.
The twenty year urban development plan for the region of Attiki announced by Environment and Public Works Minister Giorgos Souflias last week has also attracted criticism by a key
One in five children have suffered bullying in Greece.
News – 13 Apr, 2009
A sculpture from antiquity stars at the new Archeological Museum of Kalymnos which opened in Pothias..
Former Greek Minister defends himself against bribery charges.
An Afghani refugee heads for Italy but ends up in Poland.