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22 July 2014 21:54
 Rainfall is anticipated in the mountains and inland on Tuesday, although the chance of summer showers is lower than it was on Monday.
Speaking to The Cyprus Daily, Meteorological Service official Iasonas Christodoulou said the weather from Wednesday onwards was expected to remain fine and......More
22 July 2014 21:52
  Hoteliers and other organisations involved in the tourism sector want to increase tourist arrivals over the next five years from 2.5 million to 3.5 million, General Director of the Cyprus Hoteliers Association Zacharias Ioannides has said.
Ioannides said that the common aim of all those......More
22 July 2014 14:07
Residents of an apartment building in Limassol were forced to rush out into the street this morning after the cars in the parking area caught fire.
According to police, the lives of the residents had been put in danger after cars were torched in the ground floor parking of the building which is......More
22 July 2014 12:32
Negotiations on a draft repossessions bill have shifted to safeguarding debtors' participation in foreclosures after the Troika rebuffed a government bid to secure Land Registry involvement. Seeking progress, an unscheduled meeting was held with the Troika at the Finance Ministry yesterday with......More
22 July 2014 12:29
Nicos Shacolas and his wife Elpida yesterday handed over a €9 million donation for the development of the building that will house the University of Cyprus medical school, rector Constantinos Christofides said. The building will be named the 'Nicos K. Shacolas Medical and Health Sciences......More
22 July 2014 12:28
The Electricity Authority of Cyprus (EAC) yesterday hit back at accusations that power costs are increasing because it holds a monopoly over the market. Speaking to the media, EAC chief Othon Theodoulou said the reasons for electricity costs increasing are largely due to Cyprus' reliance on......More
22 July 2014 09:30
The Labour Ministry yesterday selected by lottery 50 lucky unemployed to process the thousands of applications for the Guaranteed Minimum Income. Those applications are expected to surpass 90,000.   The draw took place at the Labour Ministry and 50 registered unemployed who are secondary......More
22 July 2014 09:10
 An EU’s Internal Markets Harmonisation Office (OHIM) decision seems to be turning the halloumi protected name file into another disaster.
According to a Simerini newspaper exclusive, the office, dealing with trade name registration ruled that the product is acceptable with a combination of......More
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