By Cyril Widdershoven The East Med-Turkey confrontation, which has heated up over the last few days after Ankara’s new offshore drilling in Cyprus announcement, could reap the rewards of the Berlin Conference
By Antonis Loizou From time to time it comes to our attention either through our own experience or through information from our readers, various situations that can only be described as “odd”.
Surely, it’s time to survey the wreckage of what Cyprus has done to the beautiful game and ask whether there is any point in trying to pretend that professional football can survive
For a country that doesn’t even employ goal-line technology, the Cyprus FA is taking a leap of faith in its determination to introduce the highly controversial Video Assistant Referee system next season.
By Antonis Loizou There are numerous high-quality homes around Cyprus for around €1.5-€5 mln (plus), whose main interest comes from the foreign market since by local standards this is a considerable amount
In a democracy dear reader, one has to use due process and procedures and the ballot box to get things done. One would have hoped that with so many processes and procedures
Cyprus is now tainted as a holiday destination that is unsafe for young women to travel following the furore surrounding the conviction of a 19-year-old British woman for falsely claiming she was
By Ivanka Pittelkau Precious metals were on a glistening run in 2019; Palladium extended gains for the fourth straight year, in fact, it surged more than 50% in 2019 alone. Platinum had
There are some things you can see coming your way from next year while other events will happen totally out of the blue, the same counts for what Cyprus can expect. It
As we approach the end of 2019 it is always a good idea to look back at the year, evaluate the performance of our economy, but at the same time consider what