Cities’ vulnerability to climate risks

Cities are particularly vulnerable to physical climate risks, given their geography and topography, and because they include high concentrations of people, wealth, assets and infrastructure, accounting for around 80% of global GDP.

Cyprus-Qatar sign MoU in higher education

The Republic of Cyprus and Qatar signed a Memorandum of Understanding Monday in Doha for cooperation in higher education, scientific research, and technology. According to a presidential statement, the Memorandum of Understanding


233 illegal migrants repatriated

Some 233 people who resided illegally in Cyprus have departed the country within a week as part of Police efforts to deport third-country nationals to their countries of origin. Police said that in addition, ten people who

Cutting corners on quality

A recent survey by the Consumers Association should have rung alarm bells throughout the leisure industry but was overlooked by the tourism establishment, namely the hoteliers, restaurant and bar owners, the deputy


Doctors, nurses shortage looms

A Health Ministry survey found the ageing population of doctors and nurses in the General Healthcare System is expected to lead to a shortage in the next five years. According to the

Bundesbank chief to visit

The President of Bundesbank, Dr Joachim Nagel, will be in Cyprus for several key meetings next week. The Head of the Central Bank of Germany – considered among the most influential figures in financial matters in

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