Κυριακή 29 Ιανουαρίου 2023
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Editorial Ta Nea: A punch in the gut
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Editorial Ta Nea: A punch in the gut

The complete lack of protection and solidarity from those near to Thymios Bougas, and the endless torturous bullying that led him to seek isolation, is something that concerns all of Greek society.

As Omicron variant advances, National Committee on COVID-19 considers expediting measures
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As Omicron variant advances, National Committee on COVID-19 considers expediting measures

He said a main problem involves public health measures for night-time entertainment and not restaurants in general, including the hours of operation, the playing of music, and standing customers.

Sarigiannis: If a total lockdown is imposed on 3 January it will last one month
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Sarigiannis: If a total lockdown is imposed on 3 January it will last one month

University of Thessaloniki Professor of Environmental Engineering Dimosthenis Sarigiannis told ERT3 radio that he is certain that due to the Omicron variant the country will not be able to avoid a lockdown.

Editorial Ta Nea: Information campaign
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Editorial Ta Nea: Information campaign

Classes are being taught normally at private schools but at 700 state schools which have been occupied students have been held back.

Mitsotakis lays out policy planning on economy, relations with Turkey, pandemic management
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Mitsotakis lays out policy planning on economy, relations with Turkey, pandemic management

'This is the biggest economic crisis since 1929, but Greece, compared to other European countries, is performing not as bad as it was initially estimated,' the PM declared.

Editorial Ta Nea: A lesson of life
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Editorial Ta Nea: A lesson of life

The decision on whether to re-open primary schools has been deferred until 1 June. There are conflicting opinions about how advisable this is.

Editorial Ta Nea: Autonomy
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Editorial Ta Nea: Autonomy

Schools are unable to take educational initiatives due to a suffocating surveillance and the requirement that centrally drafted curriculums be strictly adhered to.

Editorial: Sleep well, Minister Gavroglu
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Editorial: Sleep well, Minister Gavroglu

In the education minister’s book, all the problems of the education system have been solved, and all that is left is the sleep pattern of students

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