23° Nicosia,
20 July, 2019


Displaying results 61-90 of 162 matches for query reform.

61. Unfavourable climate in the EU

62. Finance Minister: Promoting reforms must be a national goal

63. Difficult decisions brought about positive results in the economy, President says

64. DBRS upgrades Cyprus to investment grade

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

66. Hellenic Bank’s Economic Review

67. Shell companies ''This is over, its finished''

68. Cabinet approves patient choice of doctor

The Cabinet has approved the regulations pertaining to choosing primary doctors under the looming healthcare plan in Cyprus...

69. Fund Management a 'new beginning' for Cyprus

70. Defence minister rolls out reforms

Exam grades will no longer be a factor in promoting military commissioned officers, while reservists will have more flexibility to show up for training according to upcoming changes...

71. Economic growth in Cyprus remains strong

72. British High Commissioner hosts reception to mark 70 years of NHS

73. Paphos ER medics to go on rolling strike

State doctors working in the Emergency Room at Paphos General will start a rolling strike Thursday to protest working conditions, saying they are dangerously understaffed...

74. How politicians are using immigration to scare voters

75. Weak Greek economy threatened by world unrest

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

77. Persuasion and force

78. Kotzias, the search for solutions and his combative style

79. Taxation in a Digital Economy

80. 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...

81. Opinion: Cyprus heaven bashing must end

82. Anastasiades deeply concerned about Cyprus talks

83. Reality in the face of wicked politics

84. Tsipras’s last card

85. 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...

86. Moody's keeps Greek rating unchanged at B3

Moody’s kept Greece's sovereign credit rating unchanged at B3, with a positive outlook, in a credit opinion it issued on Wednesday....

87. Institutions are testing the resilience of Cypriot society

88. Government seeks lawful ways to counter strike

State public schools remain empty during a 48-hour strike that started Tuesday morning, with teachers threatening to take legal action and the government seeking ways to defuse the situation...

89. Government scrambles to counter teacher strike

The government is putting together measures to minimise the impact of next week’s teacher strike, with the education minister saying he is willing to pick things up with the unions from where they were left off at the last handshake...

90. Teachers and government clash over strike

Union teachers decided Wednesday to go on a rolling strike, starting with a 48-hour industrial action next week while warning the government this is only the beginning...