Saturday August 23, 2014 Search
Weather | Athens
32o C
25o C
News
Business
Comment
Life
Sports
Community
Survival Guide
Greek Edition
NEWS
Hardouvelis ready to make changes to property tax after MP talks
Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis held talks on Friday with concerned New Democracy and PASOK MPs and pledged to make changes to the unified property tax (ENFIA) that would reduce the burden on taxpayers.
 INSIDE NEWS
New Democracy should look to center ground, says Mitsotakis
Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis expressed opposition on Friday to New Democracy’s apparent plans to bring back ...
Education Ministry says almost 180,000 tertiary students ´stagnant´
A total of 178,458 people have failed to complete their tertiary education studies but are still registered as students, the Educa...
Hardouvelis ready to make changes to property tax after MP talks
Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis held talks on Friday with concerned New Democracy and PASOK MPs and pledged to make changes to ...
Ancient Amphipolis tomb unlikely to have been looted, says lead archaeologist
The massive stones sealing the entrance to the Hellenistic era tomb unearthed at the site of Ancient Amphipolis in central Macedon...
Anti-terrorism squad called in after 300,000-euro bank robbery
The anti-terrorism squad joined regular police officers on Friday in the search for three armed robbers that held up a bank northe...
Greek civil servants refuse to cooperate with assessors
Greece’s civil servants’ union, ADEDY, decided on Friday that its members should abstain from efforts to complete evaluations of p...
Greek minister returns to PASOK fold
Education Minister Andreas Loverdos officially returned to PASOK on Friday less than two years after leaving the party. PASOK lead...
more news  
NEWS
Ancient Amphipolis tomb unlikely to have been looted, says lead archaeologist
 
The massive stones sealing the entrance to the Hellenistic era tomb unearthed at the site of Ancient Amphipolis in central Macedonia must have protected the find from grave robbers, the archaeologist supervising the excavation said on Friday.
NEWS
Anti-terrorism squad called in after 300,000-euro bank robbery
 
The anti-terrorism squad joined regular police officers on Friday in the search for three armed robbers that held up a bank northeast of Athens and made off with some 300,000 euros in cash as well as a hostage who was later released unharmed.
 
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.
SPONSORED LINK: FinanzNachrichten.de
SPONSORED LINK: BestPrice.gr
 RECENT NEWS
1. New Democracy should look to center ground, says Mitsotakis
2. Education Ministry says almost 180,000 tertiary students ´stagnant´
3. Hardouvelis ready to make changes to property tax after MP talks
4. Ancient Amphipolis tomb unlikely to have been looted, says lead archaeologist
5. Anti-terrorism squad called in after 300,000-euro bank robbery
6. External factors threatening Greek recovery
more news
Today
This Week
1. Purification rituals
2. Aftershocks rattle Halkidiki after strong 5-Richter quake
3. Coast guard intercepts 180 migrants in Aegean in two days
4. Greek peach farmers await Brussels decision on compensation
5. Avramopoulos, Hagel hammer out 'roadmap' of defense cooperation
6. Hardouvelis hears grievances of coalition MPS to unified property tax bill
Today
This Week
1. Carved sphinxes at Ancient Amphipolis tomb will not be removed
2. The magical mountain
3. Merkel cites euro’s ‘construction flaws’ as economy sputters
4. Greek stock recovery fading away as ASE falls 21 pct on valuations
5. Brussels warns Greece over plans to allow construction near Korinos beach
6. Second man held over double murder in Mani
   Find us ...
  ... on
Twitter
     ... on Facebook   
About us  |  Subscriptions  |  Advertising  |  Contact us  |  Athens Plus  |  RSS  |   
Copyright © 2014, H KAΘHMEPINH All Rights Reserved.