Greek Island of Halki Now Self-Sufficient on Energy
The Greek island of Halki has become the first municipality in the country where residents are actually producing the energy they consume. Halki is a little island in the Dodecanese archipelago, located just 6 km (3.7 miles) west of Rhodes....
Greece Launches Project to Turn Halki Island “Green”
Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis launched on Friday the GR-eco project on the island of Halki, scheduled to turn the island "green". The project, which will include other islands in the future, aims at providing residents with lower electricity bills,...
US State Department Deplores Closing of Halki Seminary 50 Years Ago
The seminary at Halki, Turkey, was closed on July 29, 1971 when Turkey ruled that all private institutions of higher learning be closed.
Greece’s Halki Island Celebrates First Baby Born in Almost 50 Years
The residents of the picturesque tiny island of Halki have been particularly happy recently as their homeland saw its first baby being born on the island in approximately 50 years!
Covid-Free Greek Islands Prepare for Summer Season
Dozens of small Greek islands are becoming Covid-free, as the vast majority of residents have been vaccinated, and prepare to welcome tourists in the summer.
Turkey's Erdogan Demands Minarets for Athens Mosque
Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that minarets should be built on the mosque in Athens currently under construction. "Why isn't there a minaret? Can a church be a church without a bell tower?" Erdogan was quoted as...
Greek PM Tsipras Visits Hagia Sophia; Calls for Reopening of Seminary
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras paid a symbolic visit on Wednesday to Istanbul’s iconic Hagia Sophia and the Orthodox Seminary of Halki during the second day of his visit to Turkey. Tsipras refrained from making any statement to the assembled...
Survival Game 'The Island' to Take Place on Greek Island
The Alimia islet, situated between Rhodes and Halki, was chosen by the Belgian travel agency "Beyond Borders" for the survival game (October 2016) entitled "The Island." "Such original projects like 'The Island' highlight the potential of the islands, attract specific...
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to Host International Summit on Environment and the Arts
His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew will host the second Halki Summit in Heybeliada, Turkey. The summit, to be held June 8-10, is a gathering of activists, scientists, journalists, business leaders, theologians, and academics engaging and working across intellectual boundaries...
The Last Greeks of Princes’ Islands – (Full Documentary)
This documentary was originally filmed in 2009 and it has never been shown before. It was one of the very first Greek stories that inspired us to create Greek Reporter. We filmed it with no budget, just a camera...
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