Resounding NO to racism heard in Rethymnon

A resounding NO TO RACISM AND XENOPHOBIA went up from thousands of protesters at a protest rally in Rethymnon

Baby auction in Heraklion

A baby-selling gang operating in Heraklion was broken up after many months of police investigation

Christmas Glendi Greek Style

Greek Christmas Glendi, a personal memory of the Christmas and New Years' Celebrations in Crete by Maria Daskalaki, what greek glendi is

Program of the Rethymnon Carnival 2006

Program of the Rethymnon Carnival 2006

Damages from the earthquake of 2006 in Crete

6.9 Richter earthquake which shook the whole island of Crete in January 2006

The Language of the Minoans

Lecture about the language of the Minoans at the Cretan Literature Center

Pythia’s Oracles Horoscope for February 2006

Pythia's Oracles Horoscope for February 2006

Cretan farmer owns 11,250 olive trees

The 11,250 olive trees belonging to Mr Terzakis, from the village of Rotasi in Crete, are spread across Attica, Corfu, Macedonia, the Cyclades and practically the whole of Greece

Washing-up liquid shots in Chania bar

Washing-up liquid shots in Chania bar send 6 men to hospital

Flora Cretica – The Flowers of Crete

Flora Cretica is a charitable trust for the protection and study of the wild flowers of Crete

Letters to the editor of Crete Gazette – January 2006

Letters to the editor of the Crete Gazette sent in January 2006

Greeks work hard

According to a EUROSTAT report, Greeks work far more than many other Europeans

Casino in Crete

Chinese multinational is interested in opening a casino in the Heraklion area

More problems at Heraklion Archaeological Museum

Rain causes more problems at Heraklion Archaeological Museum

Fate of Tymbaki harbour unknown

Fate of Tymbaki harbour unknown after the trip of the Greek Prime Minister to China

Glass recycling in Chania

Bins for glass collection and recycling were recently set out in Chania, as an extension of the recycling service already available for paper and aluminium

EU domain name launch shakes up Internet

The public launch of eu domain names on April 7th marks an important horizon for Europe's internet users

Low rates of drug use in Greece

Low rates of drug use in Greece

Rise in cancer and obesity in Crete

Rise in cancer in the village of Anogia and high percentage of obesity in Messara in South Crete

Murder in Agia Galini

A 24-year-old inhabitant of Agia Galini knifed a 29-year-old Georgian for the sake of a girl from Uzbekistan