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16
Dec

“Electricity for All”: Attica Prefecture will pay cost for electricity reconnection & bills

Posted by in Society

A good news for a change, a wonderful Christmas present for citizens and families without electricity! Attica Prefect Rena Dourou will come up for the cost and reconnect economically weak households to electricity network. The program “Electricity for all” will help households that had their electricity supply been cut by […]

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16
Dec

SYRIZA leads in 3 public opinion polls, gap to ND 2.8%-4.9%

Posted by in Politics

Main opposition party, left-wing SYRIZa leads in three public opinion polls published on Tuesday, one day before the first round of voting for Greece’s new President. However, the gap to PM Samaras’ Nea Dimokratia is not extraordinary big. The difference is between 2.8% to 4.9%. In all polls centre-left wing […]

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15
Dec

BoG’s Stournaras warns of “irreparable damage” in Greek economy due to [political] “crisis”

Posted by in Economy

Governor of Bank of Greece and former Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras joined the crowd of those spreading fear over snap elections and the possibility of a SYRIZA government. Gone are apparently Samaras’ success stories, growth, debt sustanability and all the other nice things the Greek coalition government had been feeding […]

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15
Dec
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Apologies for the typos today…

Posted by in Tech

… but the autocorrect seems to have fainted today out of Presidential vote distress. Oh, no! It’s just a technical problem. I’ll fix it asap, i.e. “tomorrow” Greek o’clock.

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15
Dec

EU works to keep Greece in the EZ, sends Moscovici to Athens and #GreeksAskJuncker

Posted by in Economy, Politics

Amid the horror Grexit-scenarios being pushed around by the Greek coalition government, the European Commission says “it is working to keep Greece firmly in the eurozone” and thus just a couple of days after EC chief Jean-Claude Juncker blatantly intervened in the Greek politics. EU Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici […]

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15
Dec

UPD Crete: Roma girl, 11, gives birth to a baby

Posted by in Very Mix

It is not the first time that a minor girl gives birth to a baby, but it is certainly a Greek first. Sunday evening, an 11-year-old girl visited a hospital in Irakleio, Crete, complaining about acute pain in the belly. Much to the surprise of the hospital personnel the minor […]

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15
Dec

PM Samaras mobilizes old recipes: panic, dilemmas, scaremongering, Grexit

Posted by in Editor, Politics

Two days before the first round of voting for Greece’s next President and government officials piously grabbed the pews in the sacred church of power and televion pannels, turned on the alarm lights of the government vehicles and set up to a frenzy populism campaing full of dilemmas, panic and […]

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14
Dec

Left-wing SYRIZA leads in two public pinion polls; Greeks oppose early elections by 58%

Posted by in Uncategorized

Main opposition, left-wing party SYRIZA leads in two public opinion polls, even though the difference to PM Samaras’ Nea Dimokratia seem to stabilize at 3.6%. The public opinion polls published on Sunday, show the voters’ intentions in the context of the latest political developments with the first round of voting […]

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14
Dec

“Comments” Plug-in: must work fine after recent reset

Posted by in Tech

Last Thursday, I  reset the “comments” plug-in that had turned into a plague for many KTG-readers who were questioning their maths knowledge. As far as I can see form the uploaded comments, the new plugi-in seems to work fine. Go on, now! Write a comment PS I had always thought […]

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12
Dec

Village in Northern Greece evacuated due to Evros river flooding (video)

Posted by in Uncategorized

Homes are been evacuate3d in the village Ormenio located across the bed of Evros river in the north-eastern border of Greece with Turkey. The decision for evacuation came after the rupture of the embankment Friday morning due to the high volume of the river waters. Video: floods in the area […]

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