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British tourist murdered by lover’s jealous husband on Greek island of Ithaca

A British tourist, aged 40, has allegedly been beaten to death by the jealous husband of the woman he was having an affair with, according to reports in the Greek …

Life

Papamichael brings battle between Ford and Ferrari to vibrant life

The awe-inspiring, fast-action shots that have made Ford v Ferrari  the success it is have been the work of Greek cinematographer Phedon Papamichael who is the film’s director of photography. …

Sport

Greek triplets playing for the same team!

It’s highly unusual to encounter twins playing for the same team, but that is the case for the Gerontaras brothers. Thanks to the efforts of manager Kostas Tagkalakis, the three …

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Vroutsis proposes locking minimum income clause into Greek constitution

Greece’s Minister of Labour and Social Protection, Yiannis Vroutsis proposed a minimum income guarantee during a parliamentary debate on revising the constitution on Tuesday. The minister announced that the proposal …

Life

‘Kleio and Despina’, stories from Kastellorizo are inspiring the next generation through storytelling

In the crowded hall of the Kastellorizian association last Saturday evening, several members of the diaspora arrived to celebrate the launch of ‘Kleio and Despina’, the second book of the …

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Greek Australians commemorated 17 November revolt with solidarity to First Peoples

Passions of the past continue to reverberate in the present day. In the spirit of keeping history alive, the Greek Australian Committee for the Commemoration of the 1973 Polytechnic uprising …

Dialogue

China’s relationships with Greece and Italy are deepening – EU is reaping exactly what it sowed

The eurozone has emerged from its debt crisis of 2010-18 intact, but at a very high cost to the periphery. Greece’s exit from its third bailout in August 2018, the …

Dialogue

Celebrating Erotokritos Year 2019 (Part 2): Erotokritos in context

In Kornaros’ time the island of Crete, once part of the Byzantine Empire, had been a territory of the republic of Venice for about 400 years. Venice had acquired this …

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Independent thinktank says Greek GDP can hit 3.5 per cent this year

Greece can achieve a primary of growth rate of 3.5 percent of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) this year, said the influential Hellenic Fiscal Council in its autumn report on Tuesday. …

Life

Arsakeio Hall in Athens to become a Greek foodies destination

The original Arsakeio hall, a landmark building on Panepistimiou Street, will be renovated through a 12-million-euro investment that aims to turn it into a cultural and gastronomy centre to promote …