Athens to Turn Off Lights on Saturday for ‘Earth Hour’

Athens city hall, Lycabettus Ηill and two more buildings housing municipality services will turn off their lights for an hour on Saturday night, as part of the city’s participation in “Earth Hour.”

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Greek Energy Minister to Join Greek Negotiating Team in...

Energy and Environment Minister George Stathakis will join the Greek negotiating team in Brussels, ministry sources told the Athens-Macedonian news Agency on Tuesday, without specifying the date.

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Skiathos Sees Increase of Large Foreign Investment Funds

Large investment funds, mainly from Saudi Arabia, have shown interest in investing on the island of Skiathos, as a result of the impressive development in the tourism sector, especially over the last five years.

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Dijsselbloem: Progress Made With Greece and Creditors, Key...

Progress has been made in the talks between Greece and its creditors but key issues remain, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday, during a joint press conference with European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici and European Stability Mechanism (ESM) head Klaus Regling, following a meeting of Eurozone ministers in Brussels.

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Turkish Nationals Buy Houses in Greece to Get Residence Visa

Dozens of Turkish citizens have bought houses in Greece in the past few months in order to take advantage of the “Golden Visa” program for aliens who invest 250,000 euros or more.

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Opening of our company's new branch office in Corfu!

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Property Tax in Greece Went Up Sevenfold in 7 Years

In 2016, Greeks were called to pay seven times more in property taxes compared to 2009, even though they had to deal with a 25 percent drop in GDP and similar unemployment percentages.

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More than 10,000 Homes Passed to the Greek State in 2016

More than 10,500 real estate properties were passed to the Greek State in 2016 because of the inability of owners to pay their tax obligations, according to Kathimerini daily.

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No Specific Proposal Made to British Museum on Parthenon...

No official or unofficial proposal has been made to the British Museum by the current leadership of the Culture ministry on the return of the Parthenon Marbles, the ministry said in a statement on Tuesday, responding to an article by “The Independent.”

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EBRD to Provide €300 Million to Boost Greece’s Renewable...

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is investing in Greece by providing funds that are to go to helping develop Greece’s renewable energy sector.

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Archaeological Receipts Fund Warns of Buying Expensive...

The Archaeological Receipts Fund (TAP), which is responsible for collecting revenues from the country’s archaeological products, said on Saturday a webpage is selling tickets to the Acropolis Hill at a hiked up price and warned the higher price does not provide priority entrance into the site.

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The Ancient Greek Secret to Attaining Super Memory

Almost anyone can attain a super-memory with the ability to remember far more and for a long period of time, as shown by the latest international scientific study based human subjects.

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Vote for the ToposText App Nominated for Digital Humanities...

The webpage and application ToposText has been nominated for the international Digital Humanities (DH) Awards 2016 in the category of Best Use of Digital Humanities for Public Engagement, the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation announced on Monday.

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Nancy Papaioannou: The First Greek American Woman President...

On international women’s day we met Nancy Papaioannou, the first Greek-American woman who became a president of a bank in the United States.

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Philhellene Jimmy Jamar Raises €35,278 to Help Heat Greek...

The winter months have brought plummeting temperatures to Greece and with the economic crisis looming over the country, many facilities have had to go with little to no heat as they do not have the proper funds to pay for the cost of petroleum gas.

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We Continue to Expect Economic Growth in Greece in 2017, EC...

We continue to expect economic growth in Greece in 2017, European Commission spokeswoman responsible for Economic Affairs Annika Breidthardt on said on Monday, regarding the latest GDP figures.

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