Airlines and travel firms are experiencing a surge in demand following Boris Johnson’s road map for how coronavirus restrictions will be eased.
Heavy snowfall has blanketed the Acropolis and other ancient monuments in Athens and halted Covid-19 vaccinations in the Greek capital as the weather brought many services across the country to a standstill.
A cold weather front has hit Greece, sending temperatures plunging from the low 20Cs on Friday to well below freezing on Monday, and seeing snowfall in central Athens.
The deep freeze gripping large parts of Europe is serving up both fun and frustrations, with heavy snow cutting power to thousands of homes in central Slovakia, while allowing some Dutch parents to pull their children to school on sledges instead of riding bicycles.
Thousands of university students have marched in Athens and the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki to oppose an education reform Bill that would increase the policing of campuses.
Arsenal have cancelled defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos’ contract by mutual consent.
Greece’s powerful Orthodox Church is rebelling against a government order to briefly close places of worship under a week-long drive to tighten virus restrictions before the planned reopening of schools.
A veteran critical care nurse in Greece who did not feel good about the treatment options available when his wife, both her parents and her brother got Covid-19 in alarming succession decided to look after them himself at home.
Greece’s government will pay 2.32 billion euros (£2 billion) for French-made Rafale fighter jets and an upgrade of compatible missiles under a major military overhaul amid tensions with neighbouring Turkey.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has brushed off possible European Union sanctions against Turkey, saying they would not affect his country.
The Acropolis in Athens will now be fully accessible to disabled visitors, after its new facilities were inaugurated by Greece’s prime minister.
This wholesome recipe uses simple ingredients and only one baking dish, making it ideal for any night of the week.
A potentially deadly disease affecting olive trees in Europe could take a huge economic toll in the next five decades, researchers have said.
Tom Hanks may officially consider himself Greek.
Alleged damp in a section of the British Museum housing the Parthenon Sculptures is an “insult” to the 2,500-year-old works, Greece’s culture minister has said.
A general strike in Greece against plans to extend austerity measures has halted ferry services to the islands and disrupted flights, public transport and other services.
Model Vogue Williams has debuted her baby bump, and confirmed she is expecting a boy.
A panel of archaeologists has granted a British TV crew access to an ancient site near Athens to film scenes for an adaptation of spy novelist John le Carre’s The Little Drummer Girl.
A television series adapting spy novelist John le Carre’s The Little Drummer Girl will not include scenes from an ancient site near Athens after a panel of archaeologists turned down an access request by the BBC and US-based cable network AMC.
The Greek government has criticised a decision by the country’s powerful archaeological council not to allow the BBC to film part of a serialised adaptation of a John le Carre novel in Cape Sounion, site of an ancient temple of Poseidon.
A new summer route has been announced from Aberdeen International Airport.
Richard Heard is a British lifeguard who has decided to help the refugees crossing from Turkey to Greece.
Pulse racing and sweat dripping, I sprint across a tennis court at Neilson’s Messini Beachclub on southern Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula.