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State doctors to appeal salary cuts
Doctors at state hospitals are ready to lodge a mass appeal against cuts to their salaries that have been imposed as part of troika-mandated reforms over the past two years.
 INSIDE NEWS
Policeman saves bather in western Greece
A policeman on Wednesday saved a 75-year-old bather who had become stranded some 300 meters out to sea in western Greece. Other ba...
Gov´t leaders try to ease tensions over evaluation
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and PASOK chief Evangelos Venizelos are on Thursday expected to discuss a rift that has appeared wi...
State doctors to appeal salary cuts
Doctors at state hospitals are ready to lodge a mass appeal against cuts to their salaries that have been imposed as part of troik...
Coastal bill to be diluted
The coalition has decided to water down a controversial bill on the use of coastal land and avoid a confrontation with opposition ...
Swimming in Attica becoming too expensive, says consumer group
A day trip to one of Attica’s organized beaches has become almost prohibitively expensive, according to a report from consumer gro...
Prosecutor probing Proton Bank summons ex-Bank of Greece governor
Former Bank of Greece Governor Giorgos Provopoulos (photo) has been called by a prosecutor probing the sale of Proton Bank to Lavr...
Two ex-SDOE chiefs get more time for defense over ´Lagarde list´
Two former heads of the Financial Crimes Squad (SDOE), Yiannis Diotis (photo) and Yiannis Kapeleris, were on Wednesday given more ...
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Prosecutor probing Proton Bank summons ex-Bank of Greece governor
 
Former Bank of Greece Governor Giorgos Provopoulos has been called by a prosecutor probing the sale of Proton Bank to Lavrentis Lavrentiadis to answer questions relating to the decision to approve the businessman’s takeover of the lender.
NEWS
Swimming in Attica becoming too expensive, says consumer group
 
A day trip to one of Attica’s organized beaches has become almost prohibitively expensive, according to a report from consumer group EKPOIZO, which estimates that the cost for a four-member family ranges from 30 to 60 euros.
 
INTERVIEW
NIKOS MARANTZIDIS
Why and how people act
By Katerina Bakoyannis
In the wake of the recent attack on Nikos Marantzidis, the University of Macedonia professor talks about history, myth and failed dialogue.
EXHIBITION
COSTUMES
Handmade Greek fashion history
By Elis Kiss
Tracing developments in local attire from the 18th to the early 20th century, “Patterns of Magnificence: Tradition and Reinvention in Greek Women’s Costume” was developed by the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation (PLI), a cultural organization based in Nafplio, in the Peloponnese, currently celebrating 40 years of operations.
SOCIETY
KETHEA
A lifeline for addicts
By Alexandra Giannidi
Six years into a deep recession that has seen Greece slash its healthcare budget and society come under great pressure, those working at KETHEA, one of the country's biggest drug therapy networks, are being forced to deal with the fallout.
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