Friday 19 September 2014
Takis Baltakos says messages were sent in the 'national interest'
Greece comes last in EU social justice index
Of the six indicators measured in the Bertelsmann Foundation social justice report, Greece came last in four: access to education, access to the labour market, social cohesion and non-discrimination and intergenerational equity
Government interference cited as Nerit chairman and deputy resign
Syriza blames the resignations of Nerit chairman and his deputy on a government directive to the station not to broadcast the speech of its leader to the Thessaloniki International Fair on Saturday
Filming The Road to Sparta
The brainchild of sports journalist Barney Spender, the 30-minute film The Road to Sparta promises to be an 'artumentary where sport meets history meets music, a film of brain, brawn and beauty'
Greek island police chief snapped giving Nazi salute
Hydra island police chief is photographed giving a Nazi salute in a transport museum in Germany, where such behaviour is punishable with imprisonment of up to three years or a fine
Fines worth €600m issued over German car imports to Greece
Investigation, initiated last year by the Financial and Economic Crime Unit (SDOE), focuses on luxury cars manufactured by BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Opel imported into Greece from 2011 to 2013
Athens police detain women who attended rehearsals for antiracism play
One of those detained was Loretta Macauley, president of the United African Women Organisation, who has a role in the play 'No to racism from the cradle'
Man accused of attempted murder was member of Golden Dawn's central committee
Although Vasilis Siatounis, accused of attempted murder in a 2008 attack, has claimed he is not a member of Golden Dawn, a document shows he was on its central committee when he is alleged to have participated in a knife attack on an alternative hangout in Athens
Concerns raised as antiracism bill returns to parliament
Absent from the bill will be any provision extending civil partnership to same-sex couples, which appears to have been removed following high-level interventions by the Orthodox church
Golden Dawn leaders orchestrated 2011 pogrom in Athens, lawyers say
Lawyers from the JailGoldenDawn initiative present fresh evidence for the involvement of Golden Dawn leaders in attacks in central Athens that resulted in at least 120 people being injured, 20 of them seriously, in May 2011