- January 26: Greek Foreign Minister, Karolos Papoulias, cancels his visit to Auschwitz for the 50th anniversary of the camp's liberation, on account of the Polish government's raising of the flag of FYROM with the sunburst of Vergina at the camp.
- January 30: Greek archaeologist, Lena Souvlatzi, announces in Egypt that she has discovered the tomb of Alexander the Great.
- February 6: Voula Patoulidou breaks the Greek women's long jump record with 6.56m.
- February 9: Four members of the Northern Epirus "Omonia Party" are released from prison by the Albanian authorities.
- March 8: Kostis Stephanopoulos is elected President of Greece on the third ballot.
- March 12: Lambros Papakostas, breaks the Greek indoor record in the high jump with 2.35m.
- March 13: An earthquake, measuring 6.6 on the Richter scale, strikes the Kozani - Grevena area.
- March 15: The Revolutionary Organization 17 November launch a rocket attack against the TV studios of MEGA during the evening news broadcast. There is property damage but no casualties.
- March 17: Greek Foreign Minister, Karolos Papoulias, takes the initiative to have the embargo against Yugoslavia lifted.
- March 30: After an act by the Greek Parliament, the shipyards of Skaramanga are privatised.
- April 4: Greek Minister of Defence, Gerasimos Arsenis, declares that further Turkish intervention in Cyprus would constitute "Causus belli" for Greece.
- April 29: AEK supporters attack referee Philippos Bakas for giving a penalty against their team in the waning moments of the final of the Greek Cup against Panathinaikos.
- May 5: For the first time in 22 years, inflation falls below the 10% mark in Greece.
- May 13: A strong earthquake (6.6 on the Richter scale) causes material damage in Grevena and surrounding villages.
- May 31: Aris Vovos with his co-driver Kostas Stefanis win the 42nd Acropolis Rally with a Lancia Delta HF Integrale. It is the first time in the last 40 years that a Greek crew wins the Acropolis Rally after Johnny Pesmatzoglou in 1955 with an Opel Kapitan
- June 7: The trial of three Greek satanists starts in Athens. The three men are accused of murdering three women.
- June 9: The OAKA indoors stadium opens to host Eurobasket 1995
- June 15: Two earthquakes strike Aigio causing 25 deaths.
- July 1: Former Crown Prince Pavlos marries American Marie-Chantal Miller in London. 10 New Democracy MPs attend the wedding causing a stir in Greek politics.
- July 15: A strong earthquake (6.4 on the Richter scale) causes 26 casualties in Aigio and surrounding villages.
- July 20: Turkish-Cypriot leader, Rauf Denktash, threatens to declare union of the militarily-occupied northern part of Cyprus with Turkey, should the Republic of Cyprus join the European Union.
- July 22: Greece win the Juniors Basketball world title after defeating Australia 91-73 in Athens. Efthimis Rentzias is voted MVP of the tournament.
- July 23: Christos Pallakis breaks the Greek record in the pole vault with 5.56m.
- August 21: Christina Thalassinidou wins the bronze medal in synchronized swimming at the Vienna European Championships.
- September 12: FYROM refuse to negotiate the matter of their name in New York unless Greece first lifts the trade embargo against them.
- September 13: An initial agreement is reached in New York between FYROM and Greece: FYROM will remove the Vergina Star from their flag and amend their constitution to reflect the fact that they have no territorial claim against Greek Macedonia. Greece will lift the embargo they imposed against the former Yugoslav republic.
- September 20: Footballer Giorgos Koudas bids farewell in a Greece - New Yugoslavia (0-2) friendly game held at Toumba to honor his contribution to Greek football. Before the game, a statue of Koudas was unveiled at the entrance of the Toumba Stadium. The game was abandoned in the 87 minute due to a friendly pitch invasion by fans.
- September 23: Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I visits Patmos as part of the celebration of the 1,900 anniversary of the writing of the Book of Revelation by the Evangelist John.
- October 5: The FYROM Parliament approves the removal of the Vergina Sun from their flag.
- October 12: 4,000 Greek policemen and firemen demonstrate in Athens for better wages.
- October 13: Greece lifts the embargo imposed against FYROM.
- October 23: The Municipality of Athens announces the imposition of fines for littering.
- November 9: Greek police disarm and arrest an Ethiopian who had hijacked an Olympic Airlines airplane, just before takeoff, and was holding a stewardess hostage.
- November 15: Inmates of Korydallos prison end their uprising and release six hostages after their demands are approved by the Ministry of Justice.
- November 20: Andreas Papandreou is urgently admitted to the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center with serious health problems.
- November 21: A great day for Greece in the World Weightlifting championship games of China: Pyrros Dimas wins 2 gold medals and sets a world record, Kakhi Kakhiasvili wins 2 gold medals and sets 3 Greek records, Valerios Leonidis wins 3 silver medals.
- December 25: The Turkish cargo ship, Figen Akat, gets stuck in shallow waters off the coast of the Imia islands. Its captain refuses the aid of the Greek Coast Guard claiming he is in Turkish waters.
- December 28: Two Greek tug boats free the Figen Akat and lead it to the Turkish port of Gulluk.
- December 29: The Turkish Foreign Ministry, in a note to their Greek counterparts, claim that the Imia islands belong to Turkey.
- October 14: Eleni Vlachou, publisher, anti-Junta activist.
- October 24: Dimitris Maroudas, reporter, minister of the PASOK government.