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Archive - Jan 2012

January 23rd

Nikos Papandreou has been living too lavishly

23 January 2012 / 20:01:10  
The former prime minister's brother is living in a three-storey villa with a pool in an expensive suburb in Athens. He argues that he is not a civil servant and does not spend taxpayer's money. "Legal is not always moral," recall the media.

Retrograde Mars takes us out of our comfort zone

23 January 2012 / 19:01:19  
Its movement back and forth through the individual horoscope forebodes surprises, it changes the focus in our lives and forebodes some shocks

Police detained 228 football hooligans with extensive weaponry

23 January 2012 / 16:01:57  
The red hooligans were travelling to the Irini station at the Olympic Stadium to meet their eternal opponents. Both groups were armed with knives, bats and Molotov cocktails.

Four thousand Greeks owe fifteen billion euro

23 January 2012 / 15:01:08  
The Ministry of Finance announced the names of the largest debtors to the state. Doubts that the money will come into the treasury are significant too.

January 22nd

Welcome to the future of education!

22 January 2012 / 21:01:20  
Times change, technologies progress and education, although it brings some "innovations" such as copying text using cell phones or replacing a notebook with a laptop, mainly in universities, still remains conservative.

Egnatia highway threatened with bankruptcy

22 January 2012 / 17:01:59  
Bankruptcy threatens the most modern highway in the Balkans. Loans "suffocated" the Egnatia highway president and CEO, Anastasios Mouratidis and forced him to resign.

Farmer protests from Monday

22 January 2012 / 15:01:19  
The next few days are expected to be quite "hot" for the agricultural sector in Greece, since from Monday many protests will begin, organized by the Panhellenic Association of Agricultural Unions (PASI). The protests will end with a rally in Thessaloniki on February 4.