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07 December, 2022
 

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Complaints about Black Friday deals have begun

Complaints about Black Friday deals have begun

The Consumer Association had begun receiving complaints about deceptive product offers as Black Friday draws near....

Homelessness on the streets of the capital (Photos)

Homelessness on the streets of the capital (Photos)

Citizens in the heart of the capital are faced with a depressing sight. The image of two homeless people, a father and son, whose story is well known among the locals, sleeping on the streets of Makarios Ave....

Replacement of Russian arms mooted

Replacement of Russian arms mooted

The war in Ukraine is expediting the complete decoupling of the Hellenic Armed Forces from Russian-made weapons systems, as it is becoming abundantly clear that the rupture between Moscow and NATO is not conducive to the creation of conditions for their maintenance...

Archbishopric hopefuls turn attention to foreign voters

Archbishopric hopefuls turn attention to foreign voters

A growing number of reports on the archbishopric election in Cyprus, a high stakes political affair set to take place next month, suggest foreign voters are a big unknown as six contenders navigate a deeply divided society where influences from East and West are being renegotiated...

European Institute of Management and Finance establishes the Centre of Good Governance

European Institute of Management and Finance establishes the Centre of Good Governance

Considering the need to tackle weak and precarious governance structures evident in both private and public entities, the European Institute of Management and Finance (EIMF) has established the Centre for Good Governance (CGG) in an effort to enhance governance at all levels and in all fields. ...

Turkey says S-400 ready for use if needed

Turkey says S-400 ready for use if needed

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar says his country’s Russian-made surface-to-air missile batteries are ready for action and will be used if the country is threatened...

Anastasiades meets Scholz, Steinmeier in Berlin

Anastasiades meets Scholz, Steinmeier in Berlin

Republic of Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades is set to meet the political leadership of Germany on Wednesday, during his working visit in Berlin...

A tunnel discovered in Egypt may lead to Cleopatra's lost tomb

A tunnel discovered in Egypt may lead to Cleopatra's lost tomb

A major discovery of underground tunnels has been made in Egypt, and archeologists believe they could be part of the lost tomb of Cleopatra....

Six bishops vying to become the next Archbishop of the Church of Cyprus

Six bishops vying to become the next Archbishop of the Church of Cyprus

Six Bishops officially expressed interest on Tuesday in being elected as the Church of Cyprus’ new Primate, after the passing two weeks ago of Archbishop Chrysostomos II....

Kasoulides negotiates migrant repatriations with Congo and Cameroon

Kasoulides negotiates migrant repatriations with Congo and Cameroon

Cyprus’ Foreign Minister, Ioannis Kasoulides, discussed with his counterparts from the Congo and Cameroon the start of bilateral negotiations with the aim of reaching agreements for the readmission of migrants, the Ministry said on Tuesday in a written statement....

Petrides: 'The casino will attract hundreds of thousands of tourists'

Petrides: 'The casino will attract hundreds of thousands of tourists'

The government is handing over a modern, more dynamic tourism product that has the capacity to further develop, said on Tuesday Finance Minister Constantinos Petrides in addressing the 44th Cyprus Hotel Summit and Exhibition organized by the Hoteliers’ Association....

The consequences of continuing foreclosure suspensions

The consequences of continuing foreclosure suspensions

Lambros Papadopoulos, President of the state-owned asset management company, KEDIPES, warned on Tuesday that the continued suspension of foreclosures will negatively affect the company’s revenue from non-performing loans (NPLs) management resulting in a reduced repayment of state aid....

32nd Auction Sale by Psatharis

32nd Auction Sale by Psatharis

Once again, the Psatharis Auction House has collected a rich group of artworks that will be presented at the Kleopatra Hotel from November 28th to 30th as part of the 32nd auction. The collection includes over 130 works by Cypriot and Greek artists and a remarkable selection of maps of Cyprus....

Mavroyiannis: 'Relationship between Anastasiades and Rybolovlev should be investigated'

Mavroyiannis: 'Relationship between Anastasiades and Rybolovlev should be investigated'

Andreas Mavroyiannis, an independent candidate for president of the republic, has written a letter to Mr. Haris Pogiatzis, head of the independent anti-corruption authority, today calling for an investigation of President Anastasiades relationship with Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev....

More migrant arrivals off Cavo Greco

More migrant arrivals off Cavo Greco

Police arrested an 18-year-old man yesterday to facilitate investigations into the arrival of a boat in the sea area of Famagusta, in which 10 people were on board....

What are these strange white cameras on the streets? (photos)

What are these strange white cameras on the streets? (photos)

Several citizens have inquired about the new cameras. What precisely do they do? Are they for specific public services? And where have they been installed? Are new lawsuits on the way?...

CYTA expects €400 million in revenue this year

CYTA expects €400 million in revenue this year

Deputy Chairman of the Committee Chrysis Pantelides told CYTA after discussing the organization's budget for 2023 that CYTA is a very good example of a profitable and robust semi-governmental organization that should remain in the ownership of the state so that the public and society at large reap these important benefits....

Airlines pushing for single-pilot flights

Airlines pushing for single-pilot flights

Airlines around the world are pushing for only one pilot in the cockpit of passenger jets as part of efforts to cut costs and decompress from staff shortages....

Cyprus and Greece have the highest antibiotic consumption rates in the EU

Cyprus and Greece have the highest antibiotic consumption rates in the EU

According to recent data from the European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Cyprus and Greece have the highest ranking in the union for antibiotic consumption and are among the European Union countries with the highest rates of antimicrobial resistance and burden...

Indonesia quake: 252 dead including many children

Indonesia quake: 252 dead including many children

Many children were killed in an earthquake in Indonesia when their schools collapsed, officials said on Tuesday, as rescuers raced to reach people trapped in rubble in a devastated town on Java island....

The visionary leader of Pafilia wins at the prestigious Bank of Cyprus Man of the Year Awards

The visionary leader of Pafilia wins at the prestigious Bank of Cyprus Man of the Year Awards

Pafilia founder and CEO, Mr Elias Eliades has been awarded a prestigious honor at the 21st Bank of Cyprus MAN OF THE YEAR Awards, with the title of Best Manager / Entrepreneur....

Iran: Rape used as a means to quell protests

Iran: Rape used as a means to quell protests

Rape is being used systematically by Iranian security forces to deal with the now three-month-old protests against Tehran's regime, with women leading the charge, according to a detailed CNN report that includes facts and testimony....

Electricity theft on the rise

Electricity theft on the rise

The Cyprus Electricity Authority's electricity distribution substations have seen an increase in theft cases recently, according to a statement from the police....

Russian officials denied visas for OSCE meeting in Poland

Russian officials denied visas for OSCE meeting in Poland

The government of Poland will not issue Schengen visas to officials from the Russian Federation for attending a meeting of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) set to be held in the city of Łódź in Poland on December 1 and 2....

Cyprus beats EU average in road deaths

Cyprus beats EU average in road deaths

The highest incidence of road fatalities in the European Union in 2020 were recorded in rural regions, while Cyprus was one of the countries where road fatalities per million inhabitants was above the EU average, according to data released by Eurostat, the statistical service of the EU...

Rift over gas cap looms over EU energy crisis plans

Rift over gas cap looms over EU energy crisis plans

EU energy ministers meet in Brussels on Thursday to approve the latest set of emergency measures to mitigate an energy crisis, but the plans risk being eclipsed by disagreements over whether and how to cap gas prices...

Supreme Court in Cyprus overturns rape convictions

Supreme Court in Cyprus overturns rape convictions

Two young males who were convicted on rape charges after having sex with a drunk high school student in a hotel room were acquitted last week when the Supreme Court found the girl’s testimony was weak and the defendants did not receive a fair trial...

Russian-born lawyer in Cyprus throws hat in ring

Russian-born lawyer in Cyprus throws hat in ring

Local media this week got wind of a possible presidential run by a Limassol-based corporate lawyer, who was born in Russia before the dissolution of the Soviet Union and believes Cyprus should be a neutral state...

No OneLove armbands for  England, Wales and EU countries

No OneLove armbands for England, Wales and EU countries

England, Wales and other European nations will not wear the OneLove armband at the World Cup in Qatar because of the threat of players being booked....

Europe rushes to stock up on Russian diesel before ban starts

Europe rushes to stock up on Russian diesel before ban starts

European traders are rushing to fill tanks in the region with Russian diesel before an EU ban begins in February, as alternative sources remain limited....

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