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Archive - 2012

January 6th

GRReporter’s readers wish for lower taxes and fewer crooks in Greece in 2012

06 January 2012 / 21:01:22  
The exiting of the country from the eurozone and the change of its currency is not among the top wishes in any of the three language versions of the site.

Master Class with Maria Callas in London's West End

06 January 2012 / 18:01:36  
The play, which had won much applause from the audience, but sharp comments from Broadway critics will be performed at the "Vaudeville" theatre in London from 21 January.

Grey clouds and bad mood on Epiphany

06 January 2012 / 16:01:40  
The mayor of the Greek capital Geroge Kaminis and the other political representatives were catcalled by a small group of discontented citizens, 14-year-old Nikos got the cross in the waters of Athens

Greek Pirate Party is getting ready to bring motion in the political life

06 January 2012 / 15:01:11  
The notice of the establishment of the party had "tweeted" into the social network Tweeter by mistake a few weeks ahead of schedule. In two days alone more than 20,000 people have visited the site of the party, and 500 of them have expressed their desire to become members.

Transport liberalisation once again found itself in the eye of the storm

06 January 2012 / 00:01:12  
The government cancelled the grace period which would have helped public use truck and tanker drivers adjust to the new market conditions. Evangelia Tsaga, who is responsible for the "Transport and Communications" department in New Democracy, explained the process for the readers of GRReporter.

January 5th

Sakis Rouvas has reached 40, but he feels like a kid

05 January 2012 / 19:01:03  
Greek pop star Sakis Rouvas turns 40 years old today and states that it does not bother him at all.

Papandreou accused a publisher of exercising media pressure

05 January 2012 / 16:01:24  
The former Prime Minister said that his office was the victim of a war on the part of the media, which according to him was related to the refusal to grant a loan by the National Bank of Greece. He denied having exerted pressure on the decision of the bank. Publisher Stavros Psiharis claims there was political interference. And the bank is silent.