There will be an estimated 7,900 hirings in the public sector in 2019 after the agreement with the institutions, Administration Restructuring Minister Olga Gerovasili said while speaking on Tuesday.
Four individuals allegedly involved in an assault on Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris will face charges and appear in court, Greek authorities announced on Monday.
Main opposition New Democracy (ND) vice-president Adonis Georgiadis in an interview on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of operating on party interest lines instead of keeping a united national front in the negotiations for…
Negotiations between Greek ministers and the heads of the institutions will start on Wednesday, at 10:00 a.m., with priority on privatisations and energy issues. Programme review and public administration issues will follow.
Alpha Bank's decision to sell a portfolio of non-performing unsecured consumer loans worth 3.7 billion euros to B2Holding is credit positive for the Greek bank, Moody's said in a report released on Monday.
On Sunday, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck Papua New Guinea, located in the southwestern Pacific, leaving in its wake flattened villages and spoiled water sources.
Ambassador of Israel to Greece Irit Ben-Abba referred to a spectacular improvement of the relations between Greece and Israel in the last years, in an interview with the Sunday edition of Ethnos newspaper.
Thessaloniki Port Authority on Tuesday reported a 10-year record for container traffic in 2017, as well the second highest performance in the last 20 years, despite prolonged strikes by customs workers in Gate 16.
US ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt expressed his optimism about the progress of the negotiations to resolve the FYROM name issue during an interview with Skai TV late on Tuesday, highlighting the support of the United States for special…
The NGO Greek Council for Refugees (GCR) said on Tuesday it has filed a lawsuit at the Athens prosecutor's office against "everyone responsible" for what it claims is an illegal arrest and detention of one Turkish officer who received…