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Dec

Service for Expats: Do You Need Help With Greek Paperwork?

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Expats, people settled away from home, often find themselves in a powerless situation when it comes to dealing with  paper-works like residence permissions, driving license etc in their new home. They feel helpless mostly because they don’t speak the local language. They feel trapped in the dark corridors of a kind [...]

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Dec

What’s Up in Greece on Dec 1?

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A general strike is up in Greece with public and private sector unions ADEDY and GSEE members flocking in downtown Athens for a protest march. The Police has ordered the closure of the Metro stations <Syntagma> and <Panepistimio> for security reasons, i.e. that in case of riots, these metro stations [...]

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Nov

Survey: Greek Men More Often Victims of Domestic Violence than Women!

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Poverty, unemployment and insecurity bring Greece in the first place among eight European countries with regard to physical and psychological violence between couples. These data are derived from a survey among citizens of Spain, Hungary, Belgium, UK, Sweden, Portugal and Greece. According to the survey,  «the rates of both physical [...]

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30
Nov

Guest Post: The US-Dollar Option for Greece’s Economic Stability

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The euro zone looks as if it is about to fall apart and the future perspectives for Greece are anything but rosy. The first of EZ countries to seek financial bailout is trapped in a spiral of debt over debt, while the Greeks are deprived of a descent income. Here [...]

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Nov

Greek Stray.gr Needs Items & Sponsors for Christmas Bazaar, Dec 4/11

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Stray.gr, one of the biggest Animal Welfare Association in Greece needs the help of the friends of stray animals. For the purposes of the upcoming Christmas Bazaaron December 4th 2011, Stray.gr urgently needs goods and sponsors for the annual Christmas Bazaar. If you are a company or an entrepreneur,  you can be [...]

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30
Nov

Athens: How will Public Transport Operate on General Strike, Dec 1/11

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The majority of public transport means will launch work stoppages during the general strike on December 1st 2011 in order to facilitate people to join the protests. Here are the details how the public transport will operate: Metro will operate as usual. But not until/ from the Airport. IT will [...]

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30
Nov

(UPD) Greek Deputy PM Swears At Indignant Greeks in real “French” (video)

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UPDATE: This morning Deputy PM Pangalos explained to private SKAI TV  that he was refering to those wishing Greece exits the Eurozone, when he was speaking of “communists, fascists and ass*****.” Not the Indignant Greeks. Read how the story circulated on internet. – However, as there is a ‘sharp editing’ [...]

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Nov
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Sun and Compliments Can Make Up My Day; Yours As Well, I Suppose

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It’s really difficult to sit down and write news pieces when there is such a gorgeous weather outside. Like an early spring at the end of autumn. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the cats are getting warm in the balcony. Peaceful and Quite. It’s rather strange though. As [...]

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30
Nov

Life is Boring without Papandreou…

Posted by in Politics

I have to admit it! Journalist-Life is boring without George Papandreou. We miss his erratic and flaky decisions, his talent for stirring up things and his famous verbal slip-ups. However as leader of PASOK and president of Socialist International he is still a welcome guest in international meetings and political parties [...]

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Nov
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What’s Up in Greece on Nov 30?

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A little bit of calmness is up in Greece today. Why? Because of the Greek media strike and the 6th aid tranche approved by the Eurogroupon Tuesday night. This doesn’t mean of course that Greece’s problems have been solved. It’s just a breath of relief, one second within eternity. Greek [...]

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