Giscard d’Estaing: ‘a unique, great European visionary, an ally of Greece, a philhellene’
Giscard d’ Estaing was awarded the Award for Parliamentarianism and Democracy by the Greek Parliament last week.
Greek police: ‘no more blood’
Greek police called for ‘a guarantee of public safety’ for Greek police and for police work to be acknowledged as a ‘dangerous and unhealthy’ profession.
Karamanlis: PASOK push for early elections ‘irresponsible’
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis attacked PASOK for looking to use the upcoming Presidential elections to force general elections next year.
New archeological museum in Patras opens
Greek Minister of Culture Antonis Samaras opened the new Archeological Museum in Patras.
‘Green’ car replacement scheme to reduce emissions and increase tax revenue
A news scheme to encourage Greek car owners to buy environmentally friendly cars and to charge older car owners higher road taxes was announced by the Greek government last week.
Stray animals: owners and councils are to blame
Local authorities and irresponsible pet owners have been blamed for the recent increase in attacks on pedestrians by stray animals.
Brit to go to court in Greece over manslaughter
Andrew Symeou is expected to be extradited to Greece to face manslaughter charges after the House of Lords refused to hear his appeal against extradition.
FYROM takes case to International Court of Justice
Greece has called for the former Yugoslac Republic of Macedonia to continue negotiations in ‘good faith’ despite taking action in an international court.
Phone providers in privacy row
Four Greek phone companies are caught in a privacy wrangle with Greek prosecutors for not providing customer details to authorities.
Cyprus talks: meeting 38 talks ranged far and wide
The thirty eighth meeting between the President of the Republic of Cyprus Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat saw discussions on security issues, th