A number of legal ‘faux pas’ in failed extraditions have reappeared in the local press, including that of an alleged mystery spy, following the failure of Cypriot authorities to extradite a Kurdish man wanted by Germany on terrorism-related charges...
Authorities are troubled over an alcohol poisoning incident where a young teenage girl ended up in the Emergency Room after her mother went to pick her up in the early evening...
Four defendants in the Agia Fyla credit union scandal have been acquitted on all charges, with criminal judges citing failure on the part of the police to prosecute the case...
The House of Representatives voted on 5 April 2019, a series of provisions amending the Income Tax Law which were published in the Official Gazette of the Republic on 25 April 2019...
The well known Radisson hotel chain is expanding its brand to Nicosia, as the hospitality sector in the capital is undergoing major changes...
Police are flooded with phone calls concerning the serial killer case, while items discovered in the red lake are raising more questions for investigators...
A hotel owner in Paphos climbed on the rooftop of his establishment on Tuesday, threatening to jump unless city workers backed away from carrying out revitalization work...
MAP Fin Tech and one Zero announce partnership to collaborate in research and development for integration of their systems...
A retired business owner is facing indecent assault charges from multiple women, including two individuals who say they were in primary school when the sexual offences took place...
Immigration police conducted multiple raids in Nicosia on Thursday night, detaining over a dozen foreign nationals in the city and suburbs...
Limassol cops busted an illegal gambling operation on Wednesday, arresting all 32 people who were caught playing poker in Germasogeia...
A new hotel chain is coming to town in Larnaca to cater to guests and business travelers who need comfort and ease of mind for an extended period of time...
The decision for the early repayment of part of the International Monetary Fund loans to Greece is expected to feature in talks Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos will have in Washington on Friday with the Fund’s Managing Director Christine Lagarde, as well as the head of the IMF’s European Department, Poul Thomsen.