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Controversial coastal bill to be diluted
The coalition has decided to water down a controversial bill on the use of coastal land and avoid a confrontation with opposition parties, it emerged on Wednesday. Environment Minister Yiannis Maniatis indicated that the new coastal bill would focus on introducing rules needed to clearly define the shoreline.
» NEWS
Policeman saves bather in western Greece
A policeman on Wednesday saved a 75-year-old bather who had become stranded some 300 meters out to sea in western Greece. Other ba...
Gov´t leaders try to ease tensions over evaluation
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and PASOK chief Evangelos Venizelos are on Thursday expected to discuss a rift that has appeared wi...
» BUSINESS
No property transactions for tax evaders
The Finance Ministry is blocking real estate transactions for owners who have not paid their property taxes in the last five years...
IOBE warns crisis will return if reforms are not implemented
The Greek economy will expand by 0.7 percent this year but it risks slipping back into the mire of the recent crisis years unless ...
» COMMENT
Front-line threats
Ongoing developments in the country’s broader neighborhood are creating new challenges as well as threats in terms of the country’...
» LIFE
Tale of Greek woman gone rogue to premiere at Locarno
“A Blast,” a new feature film by director Syllas Tzoumerkas, will premiere at the 67th Locarno Film Festival at the beginning of A...
» SPORTS
Athens, the Marathon capital of the world for good
Paco Borao, the man who restored Athens as the Marathon capital of the world with the establishment at the Olympic Sports Center o...
» COMMUNITY
Greeks Gone West: John Aravosis
“Greeks Gone West” is a series of video vignettes the US Embassy in Athens made about the world of work in the US. Through the pri...
OPINION
Death on MH17 and our global war
By Nikos Konstandaras
Forty-year milestones
By Alexis Papachelas
Unequal after death
By Pantelis Boukalas
Pandering to bad behavior
By Angelos Stangos
The cost of excellence
By Maria Katsounaki
The costs of war
By Nikos Xydakis
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