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Full version of Greek language learning tool “staellinika” launched online

The full version of the Greek language e-learning platform “StaEllinika” was launched on October 6, 2020. The program teaches  Greek language, mythology, culture and history. The final version was presented on Tuesday by the Secretary General for Public Diplomacy & Greeks Abroad of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ioannis Chrysoulakis. …

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Greece reconsiders tax hike for online gambling

The Greek government has reconsidered its plans to introduce double taxation on online gambling in the country. Earlier in the month, the country’s Ministry of Development and Investment revealed its plans to introduce tax hikes for the online gambling industry in the country. In the said proposal the cost of …

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Residence permit applications possible via online platform

Citizens of third countries will be able to submit their applications for residence permit through an online platform, the Greek Migration Ministry said on Friday. Modernizing the services to foreigners living and working in Greece, the Ministry also announced the digitization of appointments with authorities as well as the authenticity …

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Online platform for adoption and fostering receives 450 applications in 2 weeks

A new online platform regulating and streamlining the adoption and fostering process in Greece received some 450 applications within just two weeks of going into operation, Alternate Social Solidarity Minister Theano Fotiou said beginning of May. Speaking in a radio interview, Fotiou hailed the platform’s success, saying that of the …

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Spiritual reflections during the Great Lent journey published by IOCC

With the season of Great Lent upon the Orthodox Christians, the International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) has published a printed booklet of weekly reflections on the theme of service as a vocation. There is a printed booklet but also a digital version where reflections are shared as well as special …

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Nia Vardalos, John Stamos join forces with THI to rebuild wildfires-ridden Orphanage

Actors Nia Vardalos and John Stamos have joined forces with The Hellenic Initiative to help rebuild the Lyreio Orphanage that was largely destroyed during the Athens wildfires in July. Funds raised through the online campaign will be funneled directly to the orphanage that does not receive subsidies and is funded …

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Police & army officers among far-right group harassing Lesvos journalist Balaskas

Three policemen and one army officer are among the far-right group that has launched a coordinated online attack against  journalist Stratis Balaskas who covers Lesvos for Greece’s state news agency ANA-MPA and news website lesvosnews.net. Two of the policemen has been detained. Balaskas came under coordinated online and verbal threats …

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Athens Wildfires info: Online Platform for Missing People

Athens Wildfires – Missing People – Online Platform: An electronic data based platform was opened on Tuesday morning for the people who went missing in the Athens wildfires in East Attica on Monday. The platform was set up at 9 o’ clock in the morning when a group of web …

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Online Survey 2018: UK Embassy outreach to British nationals in Greece

In the framework of its regular outreach to British Nationals living in Greece, the British Embassy in Athens has just launched a short online survey to find out more about Brits in Greece and their information needs and to enhance and improve the way we communicate with them. It takes …

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Greece to launch platform for online foreclosures on Nov 29

The intention of Greek government to start online foreclosures on November 29 was reiterated at a meeting between government officials and the technical experts of the country’s creditors in the Greek capital. According to previous reports, the online foreclosures will be held for properties worth more than 300,000 euros. The …

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Archeological body warns of hiked up Acropolis tickets offered by travel website

Greece’s Archaeological Receipts Fund (TAP), which is responsible for collecting revenues from the country’s archaeological product, said on Saturday a website is selling tickets to the Acropolis Hill at a hiked up price and warned the higher price does not provide priority entrance into the site. The fund said the …

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Online tax returns submissions to begin this week

Are you ready? The countdown started for the submission of income tax declaration for earnings during 2012. Or even no earnings. But it’s austerity- and Troika-times. “Greeks will be able to begin filling their income tax returns online later this week,” the finance ministry said on Monday, apparently unaware that …

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Public Survey: 80% Greeks expect their economic situation to get worse

Greeks are increasingly pessimistic about the economic situation of the country in general, and their own situation in particular. In an online public opinion survey conducted by online newspaper “Zougla.gr“, participants also expressed their opinion about current issues like police interventions, “civil mobilization” of Athens metro workers. As for politics, Samaras’ …

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