Huge waves kills two on Cypriot cruise ship

Greek and Cypriot officials say 8-metre waves have crashed into a cruise ship with nearly 2,000 people on board off France, smashing glass windshields...

New gallery at World Museum Liverpool explores Ancient Greeks

Liverpool's World Museum has revealed a new display focussing on the Ancient Greeks and the wide influence their era still has across the modern...

UK Tier 1 Visa Changes – Act Now!

If you currently have a Masters degree and meet the requirements for the UK Tier 1 visa it may be worth applying now. UK...

Elton John no sir, says bishop

The bishop of Piraeus, Seraphim, has written to Queen Elizabeth II of the UK to complain about recent comments by British singer-songwriter Sir Elton...

Nana Mouskouri offers her pension to help end debt crisis

Greek diva Nana Mouskouri has offered to donate the pension she gets as a former member of the European parliament as part of a...

UK Immigration and money owed for healthcare services

It is likely that in future visitors and immigrants in the UK will be refused permission to enter or stay in the UK if...

London property tycoon Achilleas Kallakis charged with £61m fraud

One of London's most prominent property moguls could face up to 10 years behind bars after being charged with £61m of fraud. Achilleas Kallakis (foto),...

Letter of protest to the publishers of the German magazine FOCUS by the Federation...

A letter of protest, written in a harsh tone, was issued today to the publishers of the German magazine FOCUS by OEK (Federation of...

Byzantine exhibit in Bonn

Presenting more than 600 magnificent and historically meaningful exhibits and important artefacts from collections and archaeological excavations the exhibition shed light on many aspects...

The Taste of Greece starts in London

After the successful launch of the ‘Taste of Greece’ on the 9th of February 2010, The Greek National Tourist Office will be kicking off...