Black-shirted ultra-nationalists reached out to poor Greeks in Athens BBC reports:- (2nd August 2012) Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party has handed out free food to hundreds of struggling people in central Athens – but only to Greek nationals. The ultra-nationalists won 18 parliamentary seats in Greece’s June election, with a campaign openly hostile to illegal [...]
A Tragic accident occurred in the early hours of the morning in Greece today on the corner of Mesogeion& Pheidippidou when two policemen from the DIAS group were killed on the roads.
Mr Rapanos the President of The National Bank of Greece has declined the post of Finance Minister due to health issues it is reported.
After months of appointed leaders, Greeks finally got an elected Prime Minister. Antonis Samaras was sworn-in on Wednesday afternoon.
The Greek people have voted to remain in the euro, New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras has declared after his party was projected to win the election.
The Board of the Hoteliers Association of Kos informed us that it was announced by several members that they were asked by a large Tour Operator
SYRIZA has said it would ditch the country’s bailout deal that has led to record unemployment and severe wage cuts.
But Germany and other lenders have said they would cut the country’s funding if it took such a step. That would lead to bankruptcy and possibly force Greece to leave the euro.
People are asking ‘Is Greece ungovernable?’
Will the fresh elections reveal Greece’s fate in the euro zone they wonder.
Headlines around the world yesterday were all about Greece (just for a change)!
Greece is to hold yet more coalition talks, they have been talking and talking for days with no agreement.
Reports of political uncertainty has sent markets all around the world plunging as there are fears of Greece possibly leaving the eurozone (again).
The Greek Electricity Board (DEH) reminds customers that make use of the residential tariff time charges (reduced night rate)