The Euroleague is increasingly suffering from Covid-19 postponements, one of them being this week’s Zenit vs Panathinaikos match, while Olympiakos did play but suffered a home reverse to Efes Pilsen on Friday.
The Hellenic Police (ELAS) is continuing with its inspections to check compliance with restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus, with its officers carrying out 44,279 checks on Thursday.
The maximum heating subsidy distributed to needy households this year will be much higher than last year, and will be given to more recipients.
The southern suburbs of the Greek capital, also known as the Athens Riviera, appear to be evolving into a magnet for house hunters from abroad.
A minute of silence in memory of French teacher Samuel Paty, who was decapitated by a radical Islamist in Paris earlier in the month, will be observed by schools across the country on Monday, according to a circular issued on Friday by the Greek Education Ministry.
Greece’s three mobile network operators, Cosmote, Vodafone and Wind, have entered the tender for the development of the country’s fifth-generation internet network (5G) after submitting applications on Friday in the first stage of the process for the rights to use the frequencies in four bandwidth zones.
The number of applications for inclusion in the Gefyra protection program for debtors with loans secured against their main residence has come to 152,000, with the deadline set by the Finance Ministry being on Saturday.
Authorities are investigating an explosion that occurred at noon on Thursday on a private boat which was moored in the Zea Marina near the port of Piraeus.
Fourteen people were killed in Turkey and Greece after a strong earthquake struck the Aegean Sea on Friday, bringing buildings crashing down and setting off tidal waves which slammed into coastal areas and islands.
Midway through Friday’s trading session, Greek stocks finally started to recover from the slide that began on Thursday, taking it to lows unseen since April 3.