30.03.2023 / 21:48

Work has gotten under way to address the significant safety issues that shut down the Kestekidion Greek School in Brussels on March 17, though it is unlikely that the building in the Saint-Gilles neighborhood will be ready for the next academic year.

12.03.2023 / 12:02

Police are investigating the brutal beating of an archaeologist last Tuesday in the northern Athens suburb of Kifissia, with reports linking it to illegal building activities on Mykonos island’s famed beaches.

29.12.2022 / 15:00

Two teenage boys have been remanded in custody after testifying to an investigating magistrate in Athens on Tuesday, in connection with the alleged gang rape of a 15-year-old fellow schoolboy in the suburb of Ilion.

27.11.2022 / 17:55

The internet is where the heart of the most powerful communities beats, according to the findings of a Solid Havas survey conducted in 30 countries, including Greece, on the impact of communities in the digital age. 

17.09.2022 / 19:14

“The Turks are always very friendly,” almost all Kastellorizo’s residents agree when asked by Kathimerini, and many go on to point to Gogo and Kerem. I don’t know if it’s my hunger speaking, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen more appetizing fried calamari than that being tipped out of Gogo’s […]

07.07.2022 / 18:09

The Athens-based wildlife conservation group ANIMA has issued a cry for help as it struggles to cope with a leap in admissions at its first-aid center in the suburb of Kallithea.

19.06.2022 / 10:35

An impressive 62% of Greeks aged between 15 and 24 lead the pack in Europe among those that knowingly purchased counterfeit consumer goods in the last year, according to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). 

16.06.2022 / 12:43

The European LGBT Police Association, which met in Athens on Wednesday, announced that European LGBT police officers will participate in Athens Pride on Saturday, without wearing their uniforms out of respect for the decision by the organizers.

13.06.2022 / 07:06

Tour guide Danae Kousouri describes the Propylaea to a group of visitors. Having conducted countless tours on the Sacred Rock, she is familiar with every little detail, every crack on the marble. However, this is the first time that she is called upon to describe a monument to an audience that cannot actually see it.