Athens show revisits politics, arts, lifestyle and technology in 80s Greece

Think back to a time when during cab journeys you could hear the meter ticking away in the front even though you were sat in the back. The disco was always packed and the drink of choice was shots of peach schnapps. KLIK magazine (which bore some resemblance to The Face and i-D in the UK) went on sale at the kiosks. The socialist PASOK party was at…

FM Nikos Kotzias calls for probe into suspected embezzlement

The Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on Wednesday heralded revelations about alleged swindling of state funds, notably by a nongovernmental organization which, he claimed, squirreled away funding destined for a public project to a…

Anastasiades, Akinci to discuss differences on Cyprus issue

President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci are meeting anew at 10am on Thursday, Radio Proto reported. Anastasiades and Akinci will be meeting with UN Secretary General Special Adviser Espen Barth Eide, where…

Public cautioned due to increased dust levels on Thursday

Atmospheric dust levels will be increased across Cyprus, the Department of Labour Inspection reported on Thursday morning in an announcement. The department has warned the public and vulnerable parties (children, elderly, and patients)…

Gold-Infused Honey Made by Greek Farm

Stayia, a family-run farm business founded in 2012 by Yiannis Karypidis and Stevi Theodorou in Evia, presented “Vasilissa”, a pure thyme honey infused with edible 24K gold leaves. The name “Stayia” came from the two owners’ names,…

Greek industrial production up by 2.2% during December

Greek industrial production rose 2.2 pct in December 2016, for a 2.3 pct average rise in 2016, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Thursday. The statistics service, in a report, said that manufacturing production fell 1.9 pct in December…