UK-Cyprus trade in Brexit pickle

Some 60,000 British expats in Cyprus are tasting the bitter side of the UK exiting the European Union as they fall victim to Brexit red tape. Choosing to live out their retirement

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Double showing for Cyprus at Cannes

Cyprus’ film industry was pitched to major stakeholders with a double showing at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival of two Cypriot productions with a Hollywood flavour. Limassol-based film production company Altadium Group,

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New AKEL leader has lots of convincing to do

Cyprus’ main opposition communists AKEL’s newly elected General Secretary, Stefanos Stefanou, has an uphill struggle to rebuild its image as the party of the left and defender of the working class. Stefanou,

Cyprus misses another green deadline

Cyprus missed another EU green deadline in failing to comply with a directive to ban single-use plastic products. According to an EU directive on Saturday, Cyprus should have become part of the

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Cyprus maritime takes smart option

Cyprus maritime stakeholders are joining forces on a €1 mln artificial intelligence project that puts the island on the technological map to keep the seas cleaner and safer. MARI-Sense, a project using

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