11° Nicosia,
16 January, 2019


Displaying results 1-30 of 112 matches for query Education.

1. Right to dignity

If we agree with Sigmund Freud that “the first requisite of civilization is that of justice” and assume that half of attorney Nicos Clerides’s allegations are true based on his January 11 letter to the Cyprus Bar Association, then you realize that we live in a state where civilization is on a dangerous decline...

2. Nikos Mouyiaris, a Greek American leader who cared, and acted

3. True to Kathimerini’s history and legacy

4. Summit at Beer Sheva to discuss Cyprus issue, energy and regional developments

5. We welcome cooperation with like-minded countries Israeli Ambassador says

6. LNG to diversify Cyprus energy market

7. EU Commission earmarks €34.5 million for Turkish Cypriots€34-5-million-for-turkish-cypriots

8. Death of epileptic Briton not in vain

The ex wife of Darren Ryan, the British tourist with epilepsy who died following a drowning incident in Paphos, is raising awareness and money for a good cause...

9. President Anastasiades presents his vision for a new model for the economy

10. Fund Management a 'new beginning' for Cyprus

11. Cheryl Pearce of Australia appointed new UNFICYP Commander

12. 29 year old Alexandria Ocasio Cortez the youngest woman ever elected to US Congress

13. Democracy or nightmare

Free press and democracy in the age of fake news is a subject of paramount importance and so we decided to address this at Kathimerini Cyprus as we mark our ten year anniversary since our first publication on 2 November 2008...

14. Greek government to issue operation licenses for old houses of worship

The Ministry of Education, Research and Religion will grant licenses to all houses of worship operating in Greece since 1955, according to a cyclical issued on Wednesday. ...

15. There is no economic bubble says Finance Minister

16. The Greek Diaspora

17. Fiscal Council: Construction sector growth will not continue indefinitely

18. Spehar: Anastasiades-Akinci meeting a significant step

19. Cyprus gears up for a major cyberattack and cybercrime

20. Alpha Bank celebrated the Customer Service Week by rewarding its Customers

Alpha Bank participated for one more year in the Customer Service Week – the international institution celebrated in more than 60 countries to highlight the significance of high-level customer service in successful business operations...

21. Larnaca teacher sentenced for sexually harassing female students

A 52-year-old high school teacher has been sentenced to one year in prison after he was found guilty of sexual harassment, both physical and verbal, against female students...

22. Primary schools to beef up security

The premises of public primary schools and kindergartens in Cyprus could soon be surrounded by taller fencing and gates, based on discussion among officials in the aftermath of the Larnaca abduction case...

23. Cyprus committed in fight against human trafficking

24. Brilliance and deprivation in journalism

The kidnapping of the two school boys in Larnaca has put our reflexes to the test, those of the authorities, the media and society at large...

25. 'Imagine' project brings together G/C and T/C schoolchildren

26. Opinion: Cyprus heaven bashing must end

27. Angry parent takes gun to school in the north

Teacher unions in the north are calling for safety measures in Turkish Cypriot schools, following an incident where an angry parent pulled a gun on a primary teacher during class...

28. Reality in the face of wicked politics

29. Bridging proposal puts an end to education crisis

Union teachers and government officials are closer than ever to restarting dialogue, following the adoption of a bridging proposal that appears to have ended the long dispute...

30. Arrogance sends cocky message to kids

Michalis Tsikalas writes about the education crisis, commenting on a show of arrogance that exists in the wider public sphere. This type of arrogance, whether coming from public officials or teacher unions, sends a wrong message to kids and stands in the way of getting basic messages of respect through them...