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WWF to visit the Ionian islands

This month the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)  will visit Zakynthos on its boat the Blue Panda. The visit is part of a Mediterranean tour that will aim to raise awareness of the detrimental environmental affects that oil extraction has on the oceans and marine life. The tour will also highlight …

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Island FM Radio interview – Seismology and earthquakes

  This morning Bobby Gee interviewed seismology researcher Giannis Kopanas, and local  Zakynthians Giannis Agalianos and Maria Drogitis. Listeners also joined on the line from Athens, Kefalonia and Zakynthos to ask questions. The purpose of the interview was to discuss the large earthquake, and subsequent tremors that took place at the …

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This is a catch. As we are in the period of Lent, it is ideal. The fishermen of Kefalonia, on Sunday in the area of Agia Efimia, had in their nets a kalamari / squid weighing 10 kilos. Source: photo from CAUTION! This article is reprinted and translated …

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UK residents of Kefalonia and Brexit

Monday, 18th March. 10.00 to 12.00.’Kefalos’ Municipal Theatre (opp. Court House), Argostoli.   The British Vice Consulate Zakynthos invites UK nationals to a meeting in Kefalonia, to provide an update on the UKs exit from the EU.   Source:

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Snakes out of hibernation?

It seems that climate changes have caused snakes to come out of hibernation in Kefalonia. Panagis Kavallieratos (Παναγής Καβαλλιεράτος) uploaded some photos on his FB profile of two different types of snakes that he managed to capture on lens. Of course conversation was along the lines of climate change and …

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Boat Sank Man Rescued.

The Port Authority of Kefalonia was informed about a boat sinking with a passenger inside in the marine area one nautical miles from the tourist harbor of Likathari Lixouri. Immediately the port police with their, “POSEIDON” rushed to the scene where a 57-year-old was picked up and then later transferred …

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