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Operation of public and private sector in Attica & Crete Jan 27

Normalcy will partly return to Attica and Crete tomorrow Thursday, 27. January 2022, after two days of “obligatory holiday” due to snow weather Elpis. According to an announcement by the government spokesman the instructions about the operation of the public and private sector as well as the retail and schools …

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Operation of Tram to/from Piraeus starts on Dec 15

The commercial operation of the extension of the Tram to Piraeus starts on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, the managing company STASY announced on Tuesday. The line initially includes the operation of 11 new stops: Karaiskaki Stadium, Asia Minor, Lambraki, Evangelistria, Deligianni Square, City Hall, Agia Triada, Ippodameia Square, 34th Co. …

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British-flagged yacht with 17 onboard sinks off Milos, SAR operation underway

A British-flagged yacht with 17 people on board sank some 16 nautical miles North-West of the island of Milos in the central Aegean Sea on Thursday morning, the Greek Coast Guard said. Search and Rescue  operation is underway. According to preliminary information, passengers and crew jumped into the sea, however, …

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Athens Tram to resume operation to/from Syntagma Sq on Nov 29

The tram service from and to Syntagma Squarein downtown Athens will resume its operation on Friday, November 20, 2020, the management company STASY said in a statement. The service has been suspended since October 2018 due to deformation of the concrete covering the bed of Ilissos river The resumption of …

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Greece says no new coronavirus restrictions due to citizens’ fatigue

Greece is temporarily freezing plans to introduce new restrictive measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus because citizens are fatigued, government spokesman Stelios Petsas said on Friday morning. He even announced that the government may consider to extend the operation of restaurants, bars and similar facilities until 1 o’ …

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Police operation to move thousands of refugees to new Kara Tepe camp

Police operation to move thousands of homeless refugees on the island of Lesvos to the new provisional tents camp in the military firing range of Kara Tepe is unfolding smoothly, local media report on Thursday. The operation started at 8 o’ clock in the morning with police officers urging refugees …

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Greece’s court resume operation after easing of lockdown

Greece’s Justice Minister Konstantinos Tsiaras announced on Monday that administrative, civil and criminal courts are gradually returning to operation and that this process will conclude on June 15, 2020. According to Justice Ministry roadmap: May 6: The Council of State, the Court of Audit and regular administrative courts under the …

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Greece supermarkets new working hours April 25-May 9

Supermarkets in Greece will operate with new working hours, following a decision by Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis on Thursday. The new scheme goes into effect on upcoming Saturday. The new working hours will be in effect from April 25 until May 9, 2020. The new working hours will …

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Over 200k enterprises in Greece in suspended operation, million workers affected

205,984 enterprises, with a workforce of at least 1,063,098 workers are currently in suspension of operation status by state order, as part of the government measures contain the coronavirus pandemic in Greece, the country’s Statistics authority said on Thursday. These enterprises make a 14.6% out of total and the workforce …

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Greece suspends operation of debt collecting agencies due to coronavirus

Greece has suspended the operation of debt collecting agencies during the coronavirus crisis, Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis announced on Thursday. The government does not want to encourage a “non-payment” culture but hounding people over debts at the present time was not permissible, he told media. The agencies operation …

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“Archer of Syntagma”, two women arrested in anti-terror operation in Athens

Greek police announced the arrest of three “urban terrorists,” with one of the suspects identified as the so-called “Archer of Syntagma.” Two other suspects are women. The arrests were conducted in Agia Paraskevi suburb of northern Athens short after 9 o’ clock Wednesday morning in an operation with policemen reportedly …

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To Potami to suspend its operation, donate state funding to Athens University

The political council of the party that almost disappeared in voters’ preference proposed that To Potami suspends its operation. Reason of the proposal is the river dried out. Behind the decision is the decimation of the local groups of the party, a statement said. After a major defeat in the …

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Police raids anarchists’ hide out in Economic University of Athens

A raid by Greek Police in the premises of the Economic University of Athens revealed an arsenal of goods, police said that they belonged to anarchists. Found and confiscated are : motorbike helmets, wooden sticks, gloves, hoods and full-face masks, fire extinguishers, break-in tools, anarchists pamphlets, bottles, leaflets but also …

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Greece’s Development Bank to go in operation in April, says Minister

Greece’s Development Bank “already operates informally,” said Economy and Development Minister Yiannis Dragasakis. He stressed that the Bank is soon to be founded under draft legislation and go in operation right afterwards. The legislation was recently unveiled for public consultation, the bill is expected to be a law in upcoming …

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Low-budget Cobalt Air collapses leaving thousands tourists stranded

Cypriot budget airliner Cobalt Air suspended all its operations late on Thursday leaving hundreds of tourists stranded in Greece and Cyprus and others just with the flight ticket on their hands. Colbat Air is the third European airliner to go bust, after Danish Primera Air last month and UK’s Monarch …

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Urgent maintenance works on river construction halt part of Athens Tram operation

Urgent maintenance works on the construction and retaining walls channeling the river of Ilissos underground will disrupt the operation of the Athens Tram for an unspecified period of time. Starting on Friday, October 19th 2018, the Tram will no longer operate up to end station <Syntagma> but will halt at …

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