Panos Thomakos

Cypriots trip abroad amounted to 23,251 in May and 36,4% were from Greece
GREEK NEWS | 17.06.2021

A total number of 23,251 residents of Cyprus returned from a trip abroad in May 2021, compared to 5,500 in the corresponding month last [...]

Greek Civil Aviation Authority extends Covid notam for air travel until June 7
AIRLINES | 30.05.2021

Greece's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced the extension of an emergency NOTAM on air travel restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid-19 until [...]

Walking through history: Tracing resistance and the Great Famine in Athens on April 15
GREEK NEWS | 14.04.2021

Αssociated Press reports from New York that this April marks the 80th anniversary of the invasion and occupation of Greece by German troops during [...]

Education Ministry: Schools reopening for upper grades in Greece on Monday
SOCIETY | 07.04.2021

The last three high school grades will return to classrooms as of Monday (April 12), Education Minister Niki Kerameus announced on Wednesday, according to [...]

Your best Greek vacation ever
OPINIONS | 02.03.2021

One of the latest “best-kept secrets” in Greece is that the few (million) lucky and brave souls who managed to visit the country last [...]

AP: COVID-19 case in Vatican Hotel recorded where Pope lives
HOTELS | 19.10.2020

Αssociated Press reports that the Vatican says someone who lives in the same Vatican hotel as Pope Francis has tested positive for coronavirus, adding to the [...]

Fire near Athens-Lamia National Road in central Greece under control
SOCIETY | 20.06.2020

A fire that broke out near the Athens-Lamia National Road at the Martinos area was under control shortly and traffic resumed shortly before 10:00 [...]

Greek Minister denies privatization reports about Athens water company
GREEK NEWS | 07.06.2020

The Athens area water and sewage company (EYDAP) will not be privatized, Infrastructure & Transport Minister Kostas Karamanlis said on Thursday to Parapolitika 09.1 [...]

Greeks fear losing jobs and poverty due to COVID-19 pandemic
ECONOMY | 16.05.2020

Greeks who set aside their notorious propensity for defying laws they don't like and mostly stayed home during a COVID-19 Coronavirus lockdown now are [...]

Minister: Restaurants may open earlier in Greece if there are no Covid-19 cases
ECONOMY | 04.05.2020

Greece's development ministry will recommend that restaurants be allowed to open earlier if there are no coronavirus cases as Greece gradually returns to normal, [...]

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Panos Thomakos
Panos Thomakos

Editor of Tornos News international platform www.tornosnews.com

He was educated at Athens College, Phillips Exeter Academy, New College of the University of South Florida and Athens University. He worked for 33 years as a reporter, editor, columnist and editor-in-chief at various Greek and English language national political, financial and tourism daily and periodical newspapers, magazines and portals including Athens News, Mesimvrini, Status, Isotimia, Ependytis, Ethnos, Eleftheros Typos, Diners World Travel and www.e-typos.com.

He has also appeared as news anchorman and commentator for Mega Channel and Satellite Business Channel TV stations for 10 consecutive years and served as Press Office Director for the Ministry of Interior and the National Organization for Small and Middle Sized Enterprises (EOMMEX).

He has been a member of the Daily Athens Newspaper Journalists Union (ESIEA) since 1990.