A silent march from Thessaloniki's Freedom Plaza to the city's old railway station was held in the city on Sunday to mark the 76th year since the departure of the first 'death trains' carrying Thessaloniki Jews to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.
The first step toward creating a "fire-retardant" zone to protect Thessaloniki's Sheikh Sou forest, on the outskirts of the city suburbs, was taken on Sunday with the planting of 1,500 flame resistant rosemary, acacia and oleander shrubs on…
Three radar dishes to help give early warning of fires, combined with the planting of slow-burning vegetation that prevents flames from spreading rapidly, are two methods that authorities in Thessaloniki have selected to protect the…
Municipal authorities have initiated public deliberations for the modernisation of the Thessaloniki International Exhibition Centre (Helexpo). So far plans have been submitted for the creation of new exhibition spaces, commercial areas, and…
When Avraam Sidiropoulos first adopted a vegan diet in 1979, it would be roughly two years before he came across another vegan in the country, a student from Sparti that he met in 1981.
The family of a 12-year-old boy attending the 2nd Kalamaria high school have filed a lawsuit "against all persons responsible" and accused school authorities of mishandling their son's behavioural issues.
Authorities in Thessaloniki said on Wednesday that an object found on Tuesday that was suspected of being a World War II-era missile was in fact a discarded car engine part.
New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be in Thessaloniki as of Tuesday afternoon to participate in a meeting organised by the city's New Democracy (ND) branch, the party announced.
Featuring as the “honored Greek destination” during the annual Vakantiebeurs tourism show held in the Netherlands, last week, Thessaloniki is winning over all the more Dutch holidaymakers, with forecasts for 2019 indicating an upward trend.
The facade of the Urban Environment Directorate building on Kleanthous Street in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki has been converted into Greece's first vertical garden, covering an area of 50 square metres.