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19 March, 2019
 

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The highest price to pay

The highest price to pay

I apologize for writing in first person but when something so self-evident ends up being ignored even by our very own institutions, then allow me to hark back to the three flaws that keep this place miserable...

Rain gradually out of the picture

Rain gradually out of the picture

Monday skies will be mostly clear throughout the day while scattered clouds and low chances of rain are expected over the mountains later in the day and throughout the week...

Syrian worker dies in violent crash

Syrian worker dies in violent crash

A man from Syria was killed in a violent crash on a Larnaca highway Monday morning, while the older driver of the other vehicle was also injured...

Burns puzzle authorities in man’s death

Burns puzzle authorities in man’s death

Authorities in Paphos are puzzled over the death circumstances of a 31-year-old man, after burns were discovered on his body...

Two still wanted in north Nicosia murder

Two still wanted in north Nicosia murder

Police in the north are still on a manhunt in the murder of businessman Gokhan Naim last week, with two suspects already in custody and two others believed to have fled south...

Tour bus with students crashes in Limassol

Tour bus with students crashes in Limassol

A bus carrying high school students to Paphos risked tipping over when it collided with a tow truck in Limassol, while kids and teachers were taken to hospital for precautionary reasons...

State Dep't confirms Pompeo's participation in energy trilateral

State Dep't confirms Pompeo's participation in energy trilateral

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will travel to Israel, Lebanon and Kuwait next week, including talks with Cypriot and Greek leaders in Jerusalem on energy security in the Mediterranean, the State Department said on Friday. ...

New witnesses testify in Yeroskipou trial

New witnesses testify in Yeroskipou trial

Two new witnesses were called to the stand in the homicide trial dubbed the ‘Yeroskipou dog mauling case’ where the court heard on Friday about an old incident involving two dogs and children in the area...

Women Fit for Business

Women Fit for Business

Baker Tilly Annual Restructuring Summit

Baker Tilly Annual Restructuring Summit

Baker Tilly Cyprus held its first annual restructuring summit at the Hilton Park Hotel in Nicosia, drawing on the expertise of banking professionals, company directors and restructuring specialists...

Man sentenced in car insurance fraud

Man sentenced in car insurance fraud

A man in Paphos has been sentenced to 15 months after a judge convicted him of document forgery in selling fake car insurance...

Female duo allegedly robbed community fund

Female duo allegedly robbed community fund

Two women have been arrested in Limassol after €120,000 went missing at a local community over the course of five years...

K. Treppides & Co Ltd - Cyprus in the new International Tax Reality

K. Treppides & Co Ltd - Cyprus in the new International Tax Reality

In the years 2019-2020, Cyprus will transpose into its national law the provisions of the EU Anti Avoidance Directive, with three measures of the Directive being effective from 1st of January 2019...

Paphos family takes action following autopsy

Paphos family takes action following autopsy

The autopsy on a woman who died Tuesday a few short hours after a hospital visit pointed to a brain aneurysm as the cause of death, with the family ready to take legal action ...

Delivery guy dies in Limassol accident

Delivery guy dies in Limassol accident

A delivery man was killed in Limassol on Thursday night following an accident where a turning vehicle reportedly blocked his path...

Checking of Greeks cash abroad begins

Checking of Greeks cash abroad begins

The tax administration now has data concerning Greeks with deposits, dividends, shares and real estate abroad over the last couple of years, in the context of the automatic exchange of information....

You can call it political karma

You can call it political karma

With the re-election of Nicos Anastasiades, many were puzzled with Harris Georgiades’ decision to insist that he not be reappointed finance minister. Having a clear path ahead of him and a brewing storm miles away, shouldn’t he be entitled to leaving while things were still good?...

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