Palaio

Lamda to assume controlling stake in Flisvos Marina

The governing board of listed firm Lamda Development has decided to partially revise the allocation of the funds it raised in a recent 650-million-euro share capital increase.
It will now use €12.4 million to acquire a stake in Lamda Marinas Investments SMSA, the company that controls and manages Flisvos Marina at Palaio Faliro in southern Athens.

Governor takes aim at flyposters

Attica Regional Governor Giorgos Patoulis has called for traffic police to take action against people who put up illegal posters in the city because of the threat they pose to citizens. 

Patoulis said the uncontrolled phenomenon of flyposting is a safety concern that could put people's lives at risk. 

Body found washed up in Palaio Faliro

Police were trying to identify a man whose body was found washed up on a rocky shoreline in Palaio Faliro south of Athens on Sunday.
The man, who is around 170 centimeters tall, was dressed in black trousers, a khaki cardigan and a blue jacket.
The cause of his death has not been determined as results are still awaited on toxicology and histology tests.

Lamda buys out Dogus’ holding at Flisvos Marina

Lamda Development is as of last week the 100 percent owner of the Flisvos Marina in Palaio Faliro, southern Athens.
This follows the transaction last Thursday between Lamda and D-Marinas, which belongs to Turkish group Dogus - i.e. a few days before Dogus' broader divestment from marinas which it has sold to CVC Capital Partners.

Farmer crushed by tractor

A 69-year-old farmer lost his life on Saturday when he was crushed by his tractor after it overturned on his farm at Palaio Eleftherochori in Pieria, northern Greece.
The incident occurred shortly after 8 a.m.
Firefighters extracted the man from under the vehicle and rushed him to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

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