Editorial

Armenian genocide remembered

April 24 marks the day when a growing number of nations and their people acknowledge the massacre of 1.5 mln Armenians in 1915 as being an act of Genocide. Worldwide, it is

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Cyprus tech policy needs reboot

The inoculation portal crashed for a second time in a week, and the excuse provided by the ministry in charge of innovation is not satisfactory. To point the finger of blame at

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No tolerance for Anti-vax health workers

A landmark European court decision ruled this week that compulsory vaccinations for children are “necessary in a democratic society”, resolving once and for all the rights of society supersede those of the

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No vision for Old Nicosia

An impression is given from arguments in favour of moving the University of Cyprus school of architecture to Phaneromeni high school, once the famous Girls’ Lyceum, is that central Nicosia has become

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Energy wealth is for sharing

When news first broke 11 years ago about potential natural gas reservoirs lying offshore Cyprus, everybody jumped for joy, as if we had struck ‘black gold’, the energy commodity was ready to

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Give youth, gender a voice

In 10 weeks, Cyprus will choose a new parliament, an outcome that will determine voter maturity and their eagerness to engage in matters of society, health, education, the economy, and the country’s

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Cyprus can play regional energy role

When Cyprus becomes president of the East Med Gas Forum in January 2022, it should have a clear policy to secure geostrategic energy and economic needs and meet the 2050 target for

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Mangled message on tourism

The tourism sector has, over the decades, been considered the jewel of Cyprus, but it is often neglected, not given the necessary attention for spending, marketing and infrastructure. That is probably why

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Prey to the winds of fortune

A year ago today, Cyprus shut four crossings to the north to prevent coronavirus from reaching the Republic by land from Turkey via the Turkish occupied area while pondering to ban flights

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