2013-12-13Bloggers discuss the effects of potentially laying off 2,300 physicians from Greece's largest state-run healthcare insurer.
2013-09-26Anarchist and far-left terrorist groups aim to draw from a large, disaffected population, and particularly from a pool of young people.
2013-09-14Bloggers question the terms and conditions of the bailout and whether such aid is needed.
2013-09-06The government plans to lift a ban on foreclosures next year.
2013-08-22A volunteer firefighting force in southern Greece has battled more than 200 fires in the last six years.
2013-08-08An increase in visitors brings extra euros to Greece's sagging economy.
2013-07-20The government is under pressure from lenders to reduce the bloated workforce.
2013-03-15With loans coming in from international investors and a reduced primary deficit, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said better times are ahead.
2013-01-21MPs reject investigation of Socialist leader, two former premiers over Swiss bank list.
2013-01-18People chop down trees, resort to fireplaces and stoves to keep warm.
2013-01-17Fraud is alleged in the handling of missing money.
2013-01-16Journalists, political parties become targets of rising violence amid austerity.
2013-01-03Greek premier is looking for big investments, Qatar is looking for deals.
2012-11-08Greece would have run out of money next week without a loan from its international lenders.
2012-11-02A journalist is cleared of violating privacy laws as government presses more austerity.
2012-10-20Concerned that additional austerity will deepen the economic crisis, bloggers disapprove of them in a unique manner.
2012-09-19As the default rate for consumer debt nears 20 percent, some banks are renegotiating payment schedules while others are taking a harder approach.
2012-08-24Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is fighting for more time to implement reforms and austerity.
2012-08-14Leaving cars behind to save money, some find pedaling healthier too.
2012-07-09The prime minister seeks to bargain though to stop further job losses and will push privatisation.
Regional officials say the recent personnel changes in the EU will have a positive impact on their countries' relationship with Brussels.