Monthly earnings in Cyprus rose 3.3% in Q1

Monthly earnings of employees in Cyprus increased by 3.3% in the first quarter of 2020 on an annual basis, provisional data shows. “Based on provisional data, the average gross monthly earnings of


New police chief urged to push on with reforms

Cyprus’ new police Chief Stelios Papatheodorou, and his deputy, Christos Mavris, were officially sworn-in on Tuesday with a mandate to make the force “a modern, flexible and efficient organisation”. Addressing the police’s

Cyprus tightens grip on ‘golden passport’ scheme

Cyprus has not processed any passport applications of a foreign investor since January, after freezing procedures pending the approval of tougher criteria regulating the Citizenship for Investment Scheme. The new regulatory framework

Couple found shot dead in Nicosia apartment

Police are investigating a murder and a possible case of suicide after two bodies were found in an apartment with fatal shot gun wounds in the Nicosia suburb of Lakatamia. The bodies

Cypriot students to pay higher UK fees

Cypriot students will be paying higher tuition fees at British universities from 2021 and no longer have access to study loans post Brexit. In comments to CyBC radio, Education Minister Prodromos Prodromou


COVID19: Two new Cyprus cases have travel history

Cyprus health authorities announced on Monday that two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection were people with recent travel history. This follows Sunday’s results when no news coronavirus infections were reported. The