After firing thousands of low-paid workers, the Greek government now is zeroing in on people who got their jobs by faking their qualifications.
A draft law allowing deportation of immigrants making false claims about racially-motivated attacks was pulled back by the Greek government.
The death of 25 people so far in March brought the number of those killed in Greece by flu-related diseases to 104, with another 45 hospitalized.
Greece is preparing to require the use of Smartcards for public transportation and will install turnstiles on buses to prevent fare evasion.
Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority (YPA) has withdrawn licenses given 600 plane mechanics after it was charged they obtained their certificates by cheating on tests.
Following the loss of two of its 18 Members of Parliamen Greece’s ultra far-right Golden Dawn is in disarray as the government moves to dismantle it.
Greece has moved to curb a common complaint about limited hours for top attractions and will keep museums open in the summer seven days a week.
The National Bank of Greece, owner of Turkey’s Finansbank, has purchased the Crystal Tower in Istanbul for $303 million, the Turkish daily Hurriyet reported.
Greek police say an Orthodox priest and an unemployed accomplice are under arrest on fraud charges, accused of running a bogus job placement.
As Greece has reportedly struck a deal with international lenders, the country has been hit by strikes shutting down many essential services.