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28 July 2014 12:55
 A Russian tourist drowned on Sunday while swimming in a notoriously dangerous beach in Kato Paphos close to the Kings of the Tombs.
He is the 15th beach-related casualty reported in Cyprus so far this year.
The unlucky man was at the beach with his wife and 10-year-old son.
The beach......More
28 July 2014 12:54
With the repossessions bill expected to be approved by  Cabinet on Wednesday, the question still remains whether MPs will approve it by the deadline of end of August beginning of September so that Cyprus can get the next tranche of its international bailout.   With the exception of......More
28 July 2014 11:28
Cabinet has decided to classify the LarnacaBrussels air link as a public service route as it considers regular direct flights to the EU capital of crucial importance to the Republic of Cyprus. To this end, Cabinet has set out the procedures under which it will choose the airline that will carry......More
28 July 2014 10:06
Government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides has dismissed reports that President Anastasiades quit last Thursday's meeting with Dervis Eroglu in anger and sent a message to the Turkish Cypriot community that the reunification of Cyprus is possible and that if it is achieved, both communities will......More
28 July 2014 09:09
Two speed cameras along Grivas Digenis Avenue in the capital have already paid for themselves through fine revenues in their first two months of operation.
Some 20,000 motorists have been fined for breaking the 50km speeding limit on the specific road earning the state around €100,000. The cost......More
28 July 2014 09:10
After standing idle for six years following the entire collapse of its roof in June 2008, the Nicosia Municipal Theatre is to be refurbished and shared as a cultural centre between its owner Municipality and main rescuer the Education and Culture Ministry.
This was just one of a series of......More
28 July 2014 09:08
Minister of Agriculture Nicos Kouyialis flatly denied media reports on Friday that the government plans to withdraw Cyprus’ application for halloumi cheese to be registered in the EU as a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) product.
“This has not even been considered and I confirm that we are......More
27 July 2014 10:34
Ryanair, the Irish airline that runs regular flights to and from Paphos, has been undermining the island’s ailing national carrier Cyprus Airways which it has expressed an interest in acquiring.
Ryan Air has been writing letters to Brussels accusing the Cyprus Government and Cyprus Airways of......More
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