Electricity cable funding by early 2022

The EuroAsia and EuroAfrica Interconnector projects should know about EU funding by the end of the year or beginning of 2022, Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said on Friday. Speaking at the 12th

Banks must heed climate crisis

Cyprus Central Bank Governor Constantinos Herodotou urged all stakeholders to accelerate efforts to deal with the impact of climate change as an ECB stress test for banks looms next year. Addressing the

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Former bishop acquitted of rape

Former Kition Bishop Chrysostomos was acquitted of rape charges on Friday after the Criminal Court found him not guilty of attacking a woman in 2011. The 83-year-old former bishop was acquitted after

Nautical Geo enters Cyprus EEZ

Research vessel Nautical Geo, under the Maltese flag, has entered block 1 of Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) despite threats from Turkey. The Italian operated vessel departed Larnaca to conduct operations south

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House prices dip, flats gain in value

Cyprus property sale values in Q3 increased by 0.9% for apartments, but decreased by 1.1% for houses, 1.4% for commercial properties, 1.5% for warehouse and office space, according to the WiRE Index.

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COVID19: No deaths as cases stabilise

There were no deaths attributed to Covid-19 on Thursday as Cyprus saw a stabilisation in daily cases that rose marginally to 144, while hospitalisations dropped to 58. The health ministry said in

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