NBG Report: Greek Tourism on Path for New Record in 2024

The positive trend is reflected by the high demand expectations of Greek hoteliers, according to the study, with the relevant index reaching its highest historical point in the January-February period

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A Guide to KINO Athens Int’l Independent Film Fest

A distinctly 'Indie' film extravaganza will take place between March 1 and March 10, featuring the screening of 80 independent films, free admission, as well as English and Greek subtitles - held at the Technopolis, Serafio and the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation venues

EP Adopts Regulation for Transparent Short-Term Online Rental Platforms

The new regulation is particularly important for Greece, as Athens recorded a 20% increase in available accommodations compared to 2022, according to data from the international short-term rental analysis company AirDNA

Gaza Death Toll Surpasses 30,000

U.S., Arab negotiators are pushing Israel and Hamas to agree to a cease-fire deal by next week

Ferry Services Suspended at Rio–Antirrio Crossing due to Strong Winds

Authorities have also banned the crossing of the Rio-Antirrio Bridge "Charilaos Trikoupis" for motorcycles and trucks without a load for safety reasons

EU: Improved European Protection Rules for Quality Agricultural Products

This reform not only fortifies the protection of geographical indications both online and offline but also bestows additional rights upon producers while streamlining the registration process for protected agricultural products

EU Issues Firm Response to Vladimir Putin’s Nuclear Conflict Threats

The EU spokesperson stated Putin continued to deceive his nation and was trying to continue to deceive the international public

Tsikhanouskaya: ‘Putin and Lukashenka have already murdered many opponents, but I am not worried about my own life’

Leader of the Belarus Democratic Opposition, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya explains in her interview with To Vima that she is convinced that there won't be freedom for Belarus without victory for Ukraine, and Ukraine will never be safe unless there is a free and democratic Belarus

EU: Improved European Protection Rules for Quality Agricultural Products

This reform not only fortifies the protection of geographical indications both online and offline but also bestows additional rights upon producers while streamlining the registration process for protected agricultural products

Greek PM Mitsotakis on Inflation, Farmers & Minimum Wage at Government Cabinet

The PM outlined a series of priorities over the coming months which included tackling inflation, supporting agricultural products, and enhancing public health.

NBG Report: Greek Tourism on Path for New Record in 2024

The positive trend is reflected by the high demand expectations of Greek hoteliers, according to the study, with the relevant index reaching its highest historical point in the January-February period

Piraeus Bank: Greece on a Better Developmental Trajectory Compared to Europe

In contrast, the Eurozone faces persistent challenges as evidenced by stagnant growth in the fourth quarter of 2023, registering a mere 0.1% annual increase

Price Reduction in Products Up to 15% – Offers Limited

Despite a three-month ban on offers, Aristotle Panteliadis, president of the Supermarket Association, said re-pricing for four out of five products remain in effect

Greece: 112,000 New Business Ventures in 2023

A total of 112,000 new businesses were started in 2023, up by 6.1% over 2022, mainly in construction, transportation and storage.

First Civil Lawsuit Filed by Relatives of Tempi Rail Disaster Victim

The plaintiffs are asking for one million euros in compensation for non-pecuniary losses and suffering due to the death of their relative

Ferry Services Suspended at Rio–Antirrio Crossing due to Strong Winds

Authorities have also banned the crossing of the Rio-Antirrio Bridge "Charilaos Trikoupis" for motorcycles and trucks without a load for safety reasons

Another Protest Against Non-State Uni Draft Bill Expected to Disrupt Traffic

The affected areas include key thoroughfares adjacent to criss-crossing Syntagma Square, which lies across from Parliament in central Athens

Today in History: February 29th

On this day in 1992, voting begins on the Bosnian independence referendum

Scientists Resort to Once-Unthinkable Solutions to Cool the Planet

Three geoengineering projects seek to alter the chemistry of the atmosphere and the ocean. Critics warn of unintended consequences.

Gaza Death Toll Surpasses 30,000

U.S., Arab negotiators are pushing Israel and Hamas to agree to a cease-fire deal by next week

Beware the Top Google Search Result. It Might Be Wrong.

How to spot AI-generated content, bogus featured text ‘snippets’ and misleading ads

The Case Against an Annual Physical

For some of us, the yearly exams might not be doing much to boost long-term health

A Guide to KINO Athens Int’l Independent Film Fest

A distinctly 'Indie' film extravaganza will take place between March 1 and March 10, featuring the screening of 80 independent films, free admission, as well as English and Greek subtitles - held at the Technopolis, Serafio and the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation venues