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Greece To Close 14 Island Tax Offices

At the same time it's trying to step up the fight against tax evasion, Greece will close 14 tax offices on islands to save money as directed by its international lenders which wants 290 tax departments across the country...

No Ships For Northern Aegean Islands This Summer

The Northeastern Aegean islands have received a crucial economic and social blow with the beginning of the summer, as the last 20 days Lesvos has been totally cut off from ship routing with Southern Greece (Lemnos-Kavala-Thessaloniki) as well as...

Greek-Australian Conferences in Thessaloniki, Lemnos

Two major conferences will be held in Greece next month, with the initiative of the World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Association. The first will be held from July 7 to 9 in Thessaloniki with the cooperation of the Hellenic-Australian Chamber of...

Greeks May Organize Aussies’ Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Australian soldiers’ withdrawal from Afghanistan may be organized by Greeks, as the Deputy Chief of the Hellenic National Defense General Staff (HNDGS), Vice Admiral, Alexandros Theodosiou, stated on the SBS Radio Greek Program. Theodosiou visited Australia on the occasion of...

Lemnos Fava Beans Win Monte Carlo

Fava beans from Lemnos win Monte Carlo! Customers of a very expensive restaurant in the principality are excited with this Greek product and consider it as one of the greatest appetizers served this month. Actually, the French advertise it...

Australian Officials in Greece for Anzac Day

A delegation of Australian MPs, mayors and other officials has departed from Australia in order to visit the island of Lemnos in Greece, where commemoration of Anzac Day will be held. Anzac refers to the Australian and New Zealand Army...

The Role of Lemnos in the Gallipoli Campaign

In 2015, Australia will celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Australian forces landing in Gallipoli on April 25, 1915. The Gallipoli Campaign was the first major battle undertaken in World War I by Australia and New Zealand, and is...

Czechs Want Release of Spy Suspects in Greece

Some 150 people attended a demonstration outside the Greek embassy in Prague on Nov. 26, demanding the release of two Bohemia Interactive. employees, Martin Pezlar and Ivan Buchta, detained in Greece two months ago over charges of espionage. They were...

ARMA 3 Devs Arrested for ‘Spying’ on Greek Military Base

Two developers from ArmA and DayZ creator Bohemia Interactive have been arrested by Greek authorities on charges of espionage, and face potential 20 year prison sentences. Bohemia Interactive has confirmed that two of its staff members have been arrested in...