The Jersey Journal
'Party On' brings E! to Greece ... and Redfoo
For all the bars, people in bathing suits, cat-calling and drinks with slices of watermelon hanging on the side, E!'s travel series "Party On," premiering 10 p.m. tonight, needs some oomph.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Back home, to help the homeless
Maria Karra first started to make an impact with her charity work in Southeast Asia.
Greece approves gas pipeline deal
Construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline is to begin in 2015. In other business news: Romania's president balks at a standby deal with the European Commission and the IMF.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New Market Research Report: Bulgaria Tourism Report 2014
Further, although continuing economic uncertainty might affect Bulgaria's tourism industry in the short term, we expect a strong recovery in the future as the region benefits from improving consumer spending and a growing middle class.
'Coffee visa' may bring Turkey and Greece closer
Authorities in Turkey and Greece are working on adopting a new visa procedure in a bid to increase the tourist flow between the two countries.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Turkey invites Greek doctors to work in private hospitals
Officials and experts say the arrangement could be mutually beneficial for doctors in need of work and a nation in need of more doctors.
Analysis: What's next for Greece's economy?
The deep six-year-long depression in Greece appears to be bottoming out. While the Greek economy is on track to shrink 4% this year, a recovery to flat or modest growth could occur in 2014.
Greece: Heavy flooding causes havoc
A woman was found dead in a basement flat in the southern city of Argos, in the Peloponnese, which was flooded after heavy rainfall, fire officials said on Monday.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The 24th annual A'The Greek Economy ConferenceA' begins at the Athenaeum Intercontinental Hotel , organized by the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
A Blog of Bosh
Edward Lear, Delvine
Edward Lear, Delvine or Delvino, Albania. Dated '3 April 1857/ 6. p.m.' , and 3 Ap1.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Can Greece gain added value via luxury?
If semantics is a useful tool in any business, it becomes crucial in the case of the luxury industry, a world in which one person's conception of something unique may be another's notion of everyday life.
The Washington Post
Greece: No deal with debt inspectors
A protester holds his head behind a banner during a protest outside Health Ministry in Athens, Friday, Nov. 29, 2013.
Greece: No deal with debt inspectors
When Olympic skier Bode Miller handed his infant son to the baby's mother in a courtroom this week, she was handed a victory - for now - in a case that became a rallying point for women's-rights advocates.
New market study, "Travel and Tourism in Greece", has been published
The failure to formulate a government in May 2012 and the second election within just six weeks led to a feeling of political instability in tourist markets.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Acropolis Museum remembers Seamus Heaney
John Dillon, professor emeritus of Greek at Trinity College, Dublin, will deliver a lecture titled A'Seamus Heaney and the Heritage of Greece.A' Heaney's poems will be recited in the original by Giorgos Chouliaras and in Greek translation by Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Greece well prepared for EU presidency: EU Parliament head
Greece is "well prepared" for its tenure at the helm of the European Union's Council starting in upcoming January, visiting EU Parliament chief Martin Schulz said on Tuesday in Athens.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
European drug experts sound warning on austerity, citing Greek HIV data
Drug experts and policy makers from around Europe are gathering in Athens to urge their governments to exclude drug treatment from economic austerity programs, citing an alarming rise in HIV infections among drug users in Greece.
Ex-minister's appeal against Siemens cash sentence to begin
An Athens appeals court is to begin hearing on Monday, an appeal by Former Transport Minister Tassos Mantelis against his sentence for failing to declare cash he received from German electronics and engineering giant Siemens.
Capital inflow at 1.5 bln since MSCI's emerging market decision
There has been an inflow of 1.5 billion euros in capital since a June decision to downgrade Greece to an emerging market, Naftemporiki newspaper reported on Monday.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Ann Beha Architects Selected to Rehab U.S. Embassy in Greece
The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations has chosen Ann Beha Architects to rehabilitate the Walter Gropius-designed Athens Chancery, which houses the U.S. Embassy in Greece.