RADIO AND TELEVISION HEADLINES
Written by John Zagkidis on 01/09/2022
News Flash. 01/09/22
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be visiting the Serres prefecture, in Central Macedonia, ahead of his annual speech at the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) in September.
The platform for the private doctor in the regions of Attica and North Aegean opens on Thursday.
A new earthquake registering 4.5 on the Richter scale shook the island of Samos at 17:02 on Wednesday.
Migration & Asylum Minister Notis Mitarachi will meet with Supreme Court prosecutor Isidoros Dogiakos on the migration issue at 12:00 noon on Thursday.
The Spanish Government will cut value-added tax on gas to 5% from 21% from October in a bid to reduce the effect of rising international price on people’s utility bills, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Thursday on local radio Cadena SER.
Liz Truss, the frontrunner to replace Boris Johnson as Britain’s prime minister, said she would deliver “immediate support” to ensure people are not facing unaffordable fuel bills going into the winter.
An oil tanker ran aground Wednesday in Egypt’s Suez Canal, briefly blocking traffic in the global waterway before it was freed, the canal’s authority said.
Argentina reports one more death due to pneumonia of unknown origin . So far, six people have contracted the disease, two of whom have died.
Yet another mother searching for her disappeared son has been killed in northern Mexico, becoming the third volunteer search activist killed in Mexico since 2021.
WEATHER: Partly cloudy and west-northwesterly winds are forecast for Thursday. Wind velocity will reach 5 on the Beaufort scale. Partly cloudy with showers in the afternoon in the northern and western parts of the country and temperatures ranging from 17C to 32C. Partly cloudy and scattered showers in the afternoon in the eastern parts and temperatures between 19C and 34C. Partly cloudy in the Aegean islands and Crete, 21C-32C. Mostly fair in Athens, 21C-34C. Rain in the afternoon in Thessaloniki, 18C-31C.