Forty years after getting the idea, the National Motor Company of Greece said it will finally produce a car called the Pony.
Greece’s gambling monopoly OPAP is being investigated after it was discovered a handful of betters had won 27 million euros.
Greece’s major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SSYRIZA) leader Alexis Tsipras will travel to the Vatican to meet Pope Francis.
A new building including 15 operating rooms at the Evangelismos Hospital, donated by the National Bank, was inaugurated.
After an audit of pensions, Greece’s Finance Ministry said it eradicated fraud and not a single bogus pension is being paid.
Greek doctors are ordering so many CAT scans and MRI’s that the country’s health care provider said it has become a costly “nightmare.”
A Golden Dawn extremist who ran for Parliament and was found guilty of inciting racist violence escaped jail with a suspended sentence.
Greece suffered another ignominy when it was ranked dead last among the 28 countries in the European Union for social justice.
A prosecutor wants the daughter of jailed former defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos released from prison because her child is ill.
Pamvotis Island is missing out on Greece’s tourism boom, hurt by its geography and the country’s severe financial crisis.