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Antiparos, a Norwegian ‘colony’ in the Aegean
Just after Norwegian schools close for the summer in July, large groups flock to Antiparos, effectively transforming the island into a Norwegian ‘colony.’
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Start-ups hold promise but are no panacea for Greek economy, say experts
Akis Laopodis was 23 years old when he was ready to enter the work force. Though it was before the start of the economic crisis an...
Since emigrating to Australia with their families, Greek teen stars shine in Melbourne
Gina and Amanda are not a comedy duo, but two 17-year-old Greek girls who emigrated to Australia with their families and are turni...
Cooperative enterprises gaining ground in Greece
If you're in Ano Petralona and thirsting for a refreshing cup of iced cinnamon tea and a watermelon salad while quietly enjoying a...
Size, an important factor for law firms, even in Greece
One of the main issues discussed at a recent conference titled “The Future of Law and Lawyers,” organized by the European Public L...
Island of Dreams: a major investment that never took off
As soon as summer started, businessman Lambros Apostolopoulos left Buffalo, New York, and headed back to Greece. Together with his...
Antiparos, a Norwegian ‘colony’ in the Aegean
“I arrived at Antiparos for the first time by chance, before it became popular among Scandinavians. My first memories of Antiparos...
After 72 years on air, VOA´s Greek Service goes silent
Almost three-quarters of a century after it first began broadcasting, the microphones at the Greek Service of the Voice of America...
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Cooperative enterprises gaining ground in Greece
 
If you're in Ano Petralona and thirsting for a refreshing cup of iced cinnamon tea and a watermelon salad while quietly enjoying a book of poetry, 6 is the place for you.

After 72 years on air, VOA's Greek Service goes silent
 
Almost three-quarters of a century after it first began broadcasting, the microphones at the Greek Service of the Voice of America (VOA) went silent for the last time on Tuesday.
 
COMMENT
LOOKING AHEAD
Island stories
By Alexis Papachelas
Many billions of euros flowed into Greece over the last 30-odd years and one cannot help but wonder where all that money ended up going and how it was spent.
COMMUNITY
ANTIPAROS
A Norwegian ‘colony’ in the Aegean
Scandinavians who have been visiting the Cycladic island for decades constitute an important part of Antiparos's life.
LIFE
TRAVEL
Sticking around Athens for a few days
By Zacharo Gialamas
In some ways the height of summer is the best time of the year to be in Athens to enjoy its myriad attractions even though the city's intensity drops a few notches under the searing August sun.
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