Adjustment clause will return to power bills

The extension by the Energy Ministry of the current system on power bills up to September 30 means that, according to the Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE), the electricity bills with the adjustment clause will be back as of October.

Most Greeks have less than 1,000 euros in the bank

Almost three out of four Greeks have bank deposits of no more than 1,000 euros. The savings of that vast majority of depositors amount to €2.69 billion, corresponding to 1.4% of total deposits. 

College in Greece program celebrates 60 years with DC reception

College Year in Athens, a non-profit educational institution based in Cambridge, Massachussets, hosted a reception for partner institutions, alumni, donors, and other friends of CYA in Washington D.C. this week

No Woman’s Land | Thessaloniki | To September 16

The Mount Athos Center is hosting an exhibition of photographs from an expedition to the monastic communities of Mount Athos and Meteora in 1929.

Festival dedicated to Maria Callas on centenary of her birth

The music from “Madame Butterfly” and other major operas is known to Greek audiences largely through the recorded performances of Maria Callas, the US-born Greek artist who died in 1977 and is still revered here.


The key to economic development and ending poverty is investment. Nations achieve prosperity by investing in four priority areas. Most important is investing in people.

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Athens expresses condolences over fatal train accident in India
Another arrest in girl pimping case

Another arrest was announced on Friday by police regarding the pimping of a 12-year-old girl in the Athens district of Kolonos, brining number of those arrested in connection with the case that shocked the nation earlier in the year to 30.


House VAT puts Nicosia in EU trouble

The European Commission has called on Cyprus to comply with EU value-added tax rules for residences by sending a reasoned opinion to Nicosia, included in the Commission’s June infringements package.


AEK completes the double beating PAOK in the Cup final
Tsitsipas, Alcaraz soar at French Open, Djokovic row simmers

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Carlos Alcaraz cruised into the French Open third round on Wednesday, but all the focus was on Novak Djokovic as a political row sparked by the two-times Roland Garros champion intensified.


Matt Elliott | Athens, Patra & Thessaloniki | June 3, 4 & 6

UK-born, France-based singer-songwriter Matt Elliott is coming to Greece, where he enjoys a loyal following, for a mini-tour.

Lindos Acropolis coast not spared
Exhibition on first electric car built on Syros
Ivanka gets in line for the Acropolis
The unknown inhabitants of archaeological sites
Smooth transition as caretaker PM Sarmas takes charge
Erdogan exploits Hagia Sophia’s symbolic power


Campion’s educational quality officially recognized as ‘excellent’