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Coalition mulls property tax changes
The single property tax (ENFIA) and the errors it contains are expected to top the agenda of a meeting between Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis and New Democracy lawmakers on Friday, as the government prepares to make changes to the levy that should ease the burden on thousands of taxpayers.
» NEWS
KEELPNO blames stomach bug for sick tourists on Rhodes
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) on Thursday contradicted foreign press reports according to which hundreds...
KEPs to issue new and replacement driving licenses
Greeks and foreigners living in Greece will no longer have to queue up at the Transport Ministry to get new or replacement driving...
» BUSINESS
Report: Greek banks sturdily positioned
Greece’s banks are on sturdy capital ground, and if any capital injections are needed, the sum should not exceed 3.5 billion euros...
Economy stunted by property tax demands, report says
The overtaxation of property is suppressing the potential of an economic recovery, which could have been achieved as far back as t...
» COMMENT
Self-destructing political system
It finally seemed as if we had found some peace of mind. The vast majority of Greek MPs chose to abstain from festivities on Augus...
» LIFE
Naxos, where tradition never got old
Naxos is a fertile garden in the middle of the Aegean Sea. Za, the highest mountain in the Cyclades, Mount Fanari and the entire a...
» SPORTS
Greek soccer officials in refereeing probe to face prosecutor on Sept 15
Eleven soccer officials were on Wednesday given until September 15 before they have to face prosecutor Aristidis Koreas, who is in...
» COMMUNITY
Since emigrating to Australia with their families, Greek teen stars shine in Melbourne
Gina and Amanda are not a comedy duo, but two 17-year-old Greek girls who emigrated to Australia with their families and are turni...
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Treating Amphipolis with care
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Island stories
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Terror is the Islamic State's strength – and its downfall
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