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“Norovirus” Stomach Bug Said To Have Sickened Tourists On Rhodes, Greece

The hundreds of foreign tourists that fell ill recently in Greece, while residing at a hotel on the island of Rhodes, are suspected to have had contracted the Norovirus stomach bug, an announcement by the Hellenic Center for Disease Control & Prevention (HCDCP) said.

Excavation Continues At Ancient Amphipolis, Greece: More Discoveries

The Greek Culture Ministry is keeping the public updated on a major ongoing excavation taking place at the site of Ancient Amphipolis, in central Macedonia, Greece.

State Subsidies Approved For Creation Of New Hotels In Greece

The Greek Development Ministry has given the go-ahead for 100 million euros of state subsidies to be allocated for the development of hotels on popular Greek islands.

The GNTO Investigates Reports Of Mass Food Poisoning Of Tourists At Resort On Rhodes

Inspectors from the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) were sent to Rhodes on 21 August to investigate reports that a large number of tourists suffered food poisoning at a luxury hotel on the island.

The Telegraph Praises Skopelos, Greece

After a seven-day stay on Skopelos in Greece, the Telegraph's travel writer Oliver Smith strongly wonders if the destination is perhaps the "perfect Greek island."

Gulf Air Launches “EthicsPoint” To Ensure Transparency In Operations

Gulf Air has launched "EthicsPoint," a third party, anonymous, Internet-based reporting tool designed to help ensure greater transparency in the airline’s operations.

ΚΕΕΛΠΝΟ: Διευκρινήσεις για τα κρούσματα γαστρεντερίτιδας σε ξενοδοχείο της Ρόδου

Σε διευκρινήσεις για την έξαρση κρουσμάτων γαστρεντερίτιδας που σημειώθηκε σε ξενοδοχειακή μονάδα της Ρόδου προχώρησε το Κέντρο Ελέγχου και Πρόληψης Νοσημάτων (ΚΕ.ΕΛ.Π.ΝΟ.): "Πιθανός αιτιολογικός παράγοντας θεωρ...