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  1. Panathinaikos Wins 6th Consecutive Cup, Beating Aris 68-59

    02.19 / 18:11 greekreporter.com Greekreporter.com - Greece
    On Saturday Panathinaikos’ basketball team won its sixth consecutive Greek Cup and set a record of 18 overall in defeating Aris 68-59. The game was played at Thessaloniki’s Nick Galis Hall as Panathinaikos agreed to play the game at Aris. This caused a 65 minute delay in starting the game as the hosting team’s fans stormed [&…
  2. Greece Celebrates with Carnival Events Across the Country

    02.19 / 16:42 greekreporter.com Greekreporter.com - Greece
    Carnival is a time when Greek of all ages dress up in costumes and go to various events. Over this weekend the entire country participated in the celebrations as different municipalities showcased their traditions. The Tradition of Carnival The days of carnival are a time where people have a good time. The word “carnival” comes from the Greek word [&#…
  3. 4.3 Mln Euros Returned to Greek Government From Cases of Armament Scandals

    02.18 / 17:58 greekreporter.com Greekreporter.com - Greece
    Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis announced on Friday, that an amount of 4.3 million euros has been deposited in a special account opened at the Bank of Greece for the Greek government, involving armament matters. The corruption investigators had collected considerable sums in this account — which has been open since 2014 — reaching 50 million…
  4. Mega Yacht Owners Choose Greece for Construction and Maintenance

    02.18 / 17:53 greekreporter.com Greekreporter.com - Greece
    Over the past several weeks at least four mega luxury yacht owners have chosen Perama, Elefsina or Halkida to undergo repairs, maintenance and even construction. Actually, unbeknownst to most Greeks, our shipyards are well-known among the mega luxury yacht owners. Some of the most prestigious yachts have recently visited Greek shipyards such as the 133-meter…
  5. Banks Concerned About January’s Spike in Non-performing loans

    02.18 / 17:47 greekreporter.com Greekreporter.com - Greece
    Banks are becoming increasingly concerned about Greece’s sudden rise in new bad loans since Janauary of this year. Banks sources have reported that the spike in January contrasts drastically the path that financial institutions thought the country’s non-performing loans (NPLs) were headed down after several months of stabilization and of a negative growth rate in new …
  6. Mytaras’ Funeral to be Held on Monday in Athens

    02.18 / 16:18 greekreporter.com Greekreporter.com - Greece
    The funeral of Greek painter and academic Dimitris Mytaras will be held at public expense by order of Interior Minister Panos Skourletis. The funeral will take place on Monday at noon, at Athens 1st Cemetery. Mytaras passed away at the age of 83 on Thursday due to serious health issues which had resulted in the…
  7. Regling to DW: If Greece Implements its Reforms, this will be the Last Bailout Program

    02.18 / 16:07 greekreporter.com Greekreporter.com - Greece
    Greece will not need a new bailout program if it implements the reforms agreed to in the beginning of the program, the Managing Director of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), Klaus Regling, told Deutsche Welle. He also said he believed the country’s problems post Crisis will not dominate the agenda of his second term. Regling […