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04 February, 2023
 

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Cyprus in the 'freeze' as rain and snow pummel the island

Cyprus in the 'freeze' as rain and snow pummel the island

Tonight's weather will be mostly cloudy, with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Extreme weather is expected to bring hail, and snow to the mountains. ...

Cyprus at the crossroads

Cyprus at the crossroads

South African citizens/voters had two choices in deciding their country's future in 1990. The first option was to maintain the status quo, which would have resulted in a major civil war that would have destroyed the country and resulted in many deaths....

An invisible, 3-D printed superyacht could be a reality by 2030

An invisible, 3-D printed superyacht could be a reality by 2030

Superyachts, long considered flashy toys of the uberwealthy, are meant to be seen. But that’s not the case for a new concept vessel by Jozeph Forakis. ...

Cyprus records another prison death as suicide

Cyprus records another prison death as suicide

Officials in Nicosia Central Prisons in the Republic of Cyprus went on alert on Friday following the death of an inmate, whose body was found hanged in the shower...

Registered unemployed increased by 8.6%

Registered unemployed increased by 8.6%

The unemployed persons registered at the District Labour Offices recorded an increase of 8.6% in January 2023, compared to January 2022, reaching 16,758 persons, according to data published by the Statistical Service on Friday....

Is there a permanent American presence at the bases?

Is there a permanent American presence at the bases?

In an article published last Wednesday on the British website DeclassifiedUK, there is talk of broadening US presence - on a permanent basis - in the areas of the Sovereign British Bases (SBA) in Akrotiri. According to sources in the British Ministry of Defence, ...

Chinese spy balloon lingers over the US

Chinese spy balloon lingers over the US

A Chinese spy balloon has been flying over the United States for a couple of days, U.S. officials said on Thursday, in what would be a brazen act just days ahead of a planned trip to Beijing by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken....

They know Europe, do we?

They know Europe, do we?

All three leading candidates made several references to the role of the European Union in many issues during the RIK televised debate on Wednesday, as well as in interviews on television, radio, and online shows....

Every election-related detail you need to know. The results, the locations, and the polls

Every election-related detail you need to know. The results, the locations, and the polls

The presidential election countdown has begun, with only 48 hours until the first round of voting. ...

Cyprus elections: The locations of polling stations around the world

Cyprus elections: The locations of polling stations around the world

The polling stations abroad for the Presidential Elections (1st round 05/02) have been announced by the General Election Commissioner....

Elections unlikely to draw a clear winner this Sunday

Elections unlikely to draw a clear winner this Sunday

Cypriots vote on Sunday in a presidential election that has split the political right and is unlikely to produce a clear winner, setting the stage for a runoff on Feb. 12....

'If Glafkos Clerides were still alive, he would support Averof'

'If Glafkos Clerides were still alive, he would support Averof'

DISY party members who will vote for Christodoulides are just those who are dissatisfied with the party for personal reasons. ...

'We want to be different' - US teens throw away their smartphones

'We want to be different' - US teens throw away their smartphones

How long do you spend each day staring at your phone's screen? If one actually calculates the answer, the result can surprise them because the number of hours will probably be higher than they anticipated....

Café at Hala Sultan Tekke done with respect and under strict regulations

Café at Hala Sultan Tekke done with respect and under strict regulations

The operation of a café at Hala Sultan Tekke, a mosque in the Larnaka district, on the south coast, is done with respect to the area and the monument and under strict conditions, the Mayor of Larnaka Andreas Vyras told the Cyprus News Agency....

TUS Airways will fly to five Greek destinations this summer

TUS Airways will fly to five Greek destinations this summer

TUS Airways will launch flights to four Greek destinations this summer as part of its ongoing growth strategy....

Drug case in Cyprus raises legal eyebrows again

Drug case in Cyprus raises legal eyebrows again

The Supreme Court in the Republic of Cyprus has picked up the pieces following a decision by the attorney general last year to commute a reduced and later suspended sentence in a highly publicized Cypriot-Australian drug case marred by legal oddities...

Washington stops short of tongue-lashing Nicosia

Washington stops short of tongue-lashing Nicosia

Washington says there is no new policy to announce regarding a recent arms embargo lift on the Republic of Cyprus, following news that US sanctions have been imposed on several dealers including individuals who are based on the island...

World Bank to assist in Akamas tourism development

World Bank to assist in Akamas tourism development

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Costas Kadis and the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Savvas Perdios, met with representatives of the World Bank, on Thursday, in order to formulate a tourism strategy for Akamas....

Americans will soon need to pay a small fee to enter the UK

Americans will soon need to pay a small fee to enter the UK

U.S. citizens will soon have to apply for permission before their United Kingdom trips and pay a small fee to enter as part of the country's upcoming Electronic Travel Authorization scheme....

MEP's propose solutions to the growing migration problem in Europe

MEP's propose solutions to the growing migration problem in Europe

In a plenary discussion with the Swedish Presidency and President von der Leyen, MEPs presented their views on how to deal with the migratory challenges facing Europe....

Interest rates in Cyprus continues its steady rise

Interest rates in Cyprus continues its steady rise

Interest rates in the Cypriot banking system continued rising in December in the context of the ECB’s monetary normalization policy to tackle high inflation....

January Newsletter of K. Treppides & Co Ltd: CySEC

January Newsletter of K. Treppides & Co Ltd: CySEC

A new issue is out from the newsletter by K. Treppides & Co Ltd, a leader in the field of auditing and accounting services with offices in three countries....

Less Painful, More Accurate Mammograms?! What Took So Long?

Less Painful, More Accurate Mammograms?! What Took So Long?

Welcome to Wells $treet! If you know anything about me, you know I like an offbeat business story. So when I scheduled my annual mammogram this year, I thought, “Isn’t there a better, more comfortable way to do this? Can’t someone disrupt this industry? Doesn’t anyone care?”...

PODCAST: Time for the US to put more energy into solving the Cyprus problem

PODCAST: Time for the US to put more energy into solving the Cyprus problem

The UN Security Council just renewed the mandate for UNFICYP – the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus – for another year instead of for six months. ...

The first presidential election in Cyprus held in 1959

The first presidential election in Cyprus held in 1959

On December 13, 1959, the young Republic of Cyprus held its first presidential elections. Glafkos Clerides, who opposed his father John's candidacy and was accused of failing to follow the Christian commandment to "honor thy father and thy mother,"...

Critics say Cyprus' helmet law is a backward step

Critics say Cyprus' helmet law is a backward step

Bicycle advocates say a new law in Cyprus that requires cyclists to wear helmets on the road is not the right answer, arguing an austere approach does not make things safer but could result to other problems including unintended consequences...

Cyprus, Greece sign agreement to mutually recognize university degrees

Cyprus, Greece sign agreement to mutually recognize university degrees

Cyprus and Greece on Wednesday signed in Athens an agreement on the mutual academic recognition of university degrees....

€10 million worth of grants approved for women entrepreneurs

€10 million worth of grants approved for women entrepreneurs

A total of 187 applications submitted by women were approved in 2021 for the amount of 10.6 million euros, in the framework of the New Entrepreneurship Programme covering the period 2021-2027, ...

Schools to scrap holiday after archbishop’s okay

Schools to scrap holiday after archbishop’s okay

The new archbishop in Cyprus says he is not in favor of public schools having the entire day off on his Name Day, a move welcomed by the education ministry while organized teachers are not so keen on giving up the tradition...

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