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Olive Oil Festival in Athens: Fans, Hurry up! Nov 27

There is a small Fresh Olive Oil Festival tomorrow, Saturday, in Athens, in Kerameikos. Don’t know where it is? Check in your map. It’s really worth it! This years’ olives have been collected and fresh oil has come out from the mills! Five passionate olive growers and oil makers , …

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Greek PM Papandreou: Co-exploitation in the Aegean Sea is Out of Question

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou set very clear political lines concerning a possible co-exploitation of the Aegean Sea with Turkey. “There is no question of pooling energy resources together with Turkey in the Aegean Sea”, said he said speaking at  the Greek parliament. Mr. Papandreou stressed that there can not be …

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Where is the Swine Flu? Greece has still 2.2 million vaccines…

Last year we were in panic!  Health authorities were counting ‘victims’, schools were closing one after the other and Greece was kept ordering vaccines. ” One year after the pandemic hysteria, the swine flue has forgotten us and one million doses of vaccines have expired before being used”, writes Greek newspaper TO …

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Greek Civil Servants: “Smarties” get two salaries per month

That has been a “fine” state in a state of  fiscal confusion. Yeap! I am talking aboutGreece, a barrel with no bottom and control. 65 civil servants were found to have been receiving two salaries from two different institutions! Month in, month out they were receiving two salaries and thus twice  …

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Fur Free Friday Actions in Greece – today!

Worldwide Fur Free Friday is happening today in Athens and Thessaloniki! The anti-fur coalition and animal rights group organize worldwide actions to raise awareness against the use of animal furs. In Athens the anti-fur awareness campaign will take place at Syntagma Square at 6.30 p.m. There is also a gathering …

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Atenistas’ Next Street Action on Nov 27

“Humans, No Cars!” This is the slogan of Atenistas, who invite residents of Athens to next action. A  human friendly gathering around Agia Ireni Square, “to fill the square with people than with cars”. Agia Irini is one of the most beautiful small squares in Athens downtown on Aiolou Street.  One more empty …

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