News archive of June 2017

New York hospital – Shooting incident in the Bronx


There are reports of a shooting incident inside a hospital in the Bronx borough of New York.

An armed man said to be dressed as a doctor opened fire at the 972-bed Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, reports say.

At least three people are believed to have been shot, although other reports speak of multiple shootings and an ongoing situation.

OLP ponders shipbuilding resumption

Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) chief executive Fu Chengqiu referred on Friday to the prospect of shipbuilding resuming in Piraeus as well as elsewhere in Greece, in the context of a joint visit with cabinet members to the Perama Ship Repair Zone.

Luxury home rental industry set for high revenues this year

Greece is set to spend another summer in the focus of the high-standard home rentals market, as this property category is experiencing ever growing demand at popular resorts in Greece and abroad.

More enterprises opened than shut down in January-June

For the first time since 2013, the General Commercial Register has recorded an increase in the number of new businesses launched over the first half of the year. New enterprises also outnumbered those that shut down in the same period.

Stunning Naked News presenters whip out their boobs & pins for a saucy game of naked bowling (RACY VIDEO-PHOTOS)

The stunning Naked News team shed their clothes and hit the alleys for a sexy game of five pin bowling.

Raunchy reporters Eila Adams, Whitney St. John, Natasha Olenski and Peyton Priestly took over a bowling alley in Toronto, Canada for the competition.

Eila and Whitney scored a lowly 71 while Peyton and Natasha were the winners with 114.

BoG: 'Reduce debt or face 4th bailout'

The annual Bank of Greece report published on Friday stresses the immediate need for a change in the fiscal policy mix to make it more growth-friendly, while bringing down its growth expectations for 2017 from 2.5 percent to 1.6 percent. Crucially it warns that a fourth bailout might be necessary if the country's debt is not sufficiently reduced.

Little change to Iranian oil imports in Greece

Iran's crude oil exports in July are set to fall 7 percent from this month's three-month high, mainly due to a decline in exports to Europe, a person with knowledge of the Middle Eastern country's tanker loading schedule said.

NBG gets shareholder approval for Ethniki sale

National Bank of Greece shareholders on Friday approved the sale of a majority stake of its insurance subsidiary to Anglo-Dutch consortium Calamos-EXIN.

EXIN is buying 75 percent of the division for 718.3 million euros.

The sale is part of National Bank's strategy to focus on core banking activities under a restructuring plan approved by the European Commission.

PPC sees core profit in 2017 around 700 mln

Public Power Corporation (PPC), Greece's dominant power utility, sees core profit of around 700 million euros this year, down from about 1 billion euros in 2016, its chairman said on Friday.