Faith conquers fear

With international media focused on the papal visit, reporting on Pope Francis’ views on migration, climatic and health issues currently plaguing the planet, Cyprus basked in the attention given to the leader

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Time for anti-corruption agency

The House of Representatives is set to vote on 9 December 2021 on a bill – which has been pending for years – to establish an Independent Anti-Corruption Authority. The UN has

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Scary COVID monsters

It didn’t take long for another COVID variant to mutate into a scary monster prompting the world to hit the panic button on the eve of Christmas. Cyprus wasted no time banning

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Fighting corruption takes courage

Justice Minister Stephie Drakou was in parliament this week, where she told MPs the new framework for an independent anti-corruption agency would be in place at the beginning of 2022. Naturally, MPs

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Stick to the 28/36 rule

Rising prices have been a major topic of discussion over the past few weeks. In essence, however, individuals can do little to mitigate the effects of rising fuel and commodity prices on

Spiderman of the Mediterranean

What was said or disagreed at Crans Montana before the Cyprus peace process collapsed four years ago may never be known, but its consequences linger. Classified papers have been leaked that seeks

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