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Greece to boost naval presence off Cyprus
Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos said on Wednesday that Greece will boost its naval presence in the Eastern Mediterranean with a frigate and a submarine but said the move would be a contribution to NATO and United Nations-backed missions in the region, not a response to a Turkish bid to prospect in waters where Cyprus already has a license to drill for oil and gas.
 INSIDE NEWS
Boy, 13, dies after falling from fifth floor in Thessaloniki
A 13-year-old boy died of his injuries after falling from the fifth floor of a building in the northern port of Thessaloniki on Th...
Civil servants to be investigated for transferring money abroad
More than 5,000 Greek civil servants are set to be investigated for transferring about 1.5 billion euros to foreign banks since 20...
Tsipras to meet with BoG governor on Thursday
SYRIZA chief Alexis Tsipras was expected to meet with Bank of Greece Yannis Stournaras on Thursday. According to sources the meeti...
Over 1,500 buildings and vehicles damaged in flash floods
Applications for compensation following heavy showers last Friday had reached 1,085 for homes and businesses and 422 for vehicles ...
Clientelism belongs to the past, says Mitsotakis
Clientelism as a tactic used by Greek political parties in their efforts to hold on to power is a thing of the past, according to ...
Students hijack university senate meeting
Tensions rose at the Athens University on Thursday morning when a group of students hijacked a senate meeting presided by the univ...
Public sector reorganization gets under way
New organizational charts were rolled out in Greece’s public administration with the aim of reducing the number of top-level civil...
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Public sector reorganization gets under way
 
New organizational charts were rolled out in Greece’s public administration with the aim of reducing the number of top-level civil servants and saving taxpayers more than 10 million euros per year.
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Police help with employee checks in Thessaloniki
 
Police were called in on Wednesday to ensure that public administration inspectors in Thessaloniki could carry out checks on the work contracts of local authority employees.
 
INTERVIEW
JOSEF ACKERMANN
The past, present and future of the Greek debt crisis
By Costas Karkagiannis
For a decade, until mid-2012, Josef Ackermann was the CEO at Deutsche Bank. It was a position that earned him the nickname “shadow chancellor” of Germany and allowed him to play a decisive role during the European banking crisis and then in the eurozone’s debt crisis.
CITY LIFE
GAZI
Riding out the storm
By Dimitris Rigopoulos
The vivacity of Gazi is no longer something to wonder at, but even though you can see the marks of changing times it has retained much of its dynamic quality.
COMMUNITY
FOOD BANK
Keeping up the good work
By Ioanna Fotiadi
Today, Food Bank Greece has 218 locations in Athens and Thessaloniki. It sends food to 17 nursing homes, 121 soup kitchens, 21 institutions for the disabled, six rehabilitation centers, six centers for needy families and children, three centers for abused women, two cancer clinics, and seven summer camps for underprivileged children.
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 RECENT NEWS
1. Boy, 13, dies after falling from fifth floor in Thessaloniki
2. Italy, Greece banks lead Europe decliners amid capital concerns
3. Civil servants to be investigated for transferring money abroad
4. European stocks tumble as banks decline after Enria’s comments
5. Tsipras to meet with BoG governor on Thursday
6. Germany’s bonds rise as consumer prices decline in six states
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This Week
1. Greek euro dilemma is back as minister predicts volatility
2. Students hijack university senate meeting
3. Clientelism belongs to the past, says Mitsotakis
4. Peripheral banks lead European shares lower after positive start
5. Over 1,500 buildings and vehicles damaged in flash floods
6. Germany’s bonds rise as consumer prices decline in six states
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This Week
1. At least 11 banks to fail European stress tests, three in Greece, report says
2. Austria’s creative bookkeeping beats Greece on secret debts
3. Cyprus to block Turkey's EU talks after EEZ violation
4. End of reason, end of humanity
5. Clean bill of health for Greek banks from stress tests
6. Samaras pledges action after flash floods in Athens
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