02.04.2023 / 11:16

Wildly influential and popular Greek rocker Vassilis Papakonstantinou is celebrating 50 years on the country’s music stages with a big, career-spanning concert at the Panathenaic Stadium (Kallimarmaro).

02.04.2023 / 08:13

The Public Debt Management Agency announced last Friday that it will auction 13-week treasury bills in book entry form, to the amount of 625 million euro. 

02.04.2023 / 03:13

Their soldiers battling and dying across muddy trenches, ruined towns and sprawling minefields, Russia and Ukraine have stepped up recruitment drives to bolster their badly depleted militaries, in another sign that both sides are steeling themselves for a long war.

01.04.2023 / 20:10

Multi-award-winning choral ensemble Vox Clamatis is coming from Estonia to the Athens Concert Hall and setting the mood for Easter.

01.04.2023 / 19:26

An amendment concerning photographs on the new identity cards issued by Greek authorities has alarmed professional photographers and prompted their union to call a nationwide strike on Monday.

01.04.2023 / 15:33

Greek authorities foiled an Iranian-backed terrorist attack on Jews and Israelis in Athens earlier this week with Mossad’s assistance, which helped identify the connection between the local terror cell in Greece and Iran’s broader global terror operations.

01.04.2023 / 15:17

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has called on SYRIZA to take a clear stance about the the construction of the fence on the Evros land border with Turkey. 

01.04.2023 / 14:45

Two ferries were tied up at the port of Kyllini, western Peloponnese, on Saturday, after one of them came into contact with the other while docking, local port authorities said. No injuries were reported. 

01.04.2023 / 14:24

Digital Governance Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis insisted on Friday that his ministry’s priorities are to complete the work that has been started in the next four years.