Cyprus has had its own share of the impact from the high interest rate regime dominating the markets, with the two main local banks this week reporting near-record profits for last year.
Some values are being put to the test in Cyprus after a comment by the Attorney General caused a storm within the island’s media sector. Referring to a confidential document that was
With the 20 new merged town halls in Cyprus that will come into being on July 1, organisational problems seem to be increasing, instead of being resolved, as the intention was at
President Nikos Christodoulides announced a seat of 80 measures, which will be his administration’s policy priorities for 2024, and possibly beyond, if he doesn’t complete them by the end of the year.
Throughout the years, Cyprus has unsuccessfully tried to carve a place for itself in the eastern Mediterranean geopolitical sphere. At first, by joining alliances that have since diminished, then undecided if it
A raucous debate in parliament this week brought to light the troubles that the Cyprus University of Technology (Tepak) faces, following years of misuse of funds, lack of transparency and some using
The ‘Photovoltaics for all’ subsidy scheme, aimed at installing solar PV panels on rooftops of Cyprus homes, does not seem to be serving the public need it was planned for in the
With the municipal and Europarliament elections just six months away, the knives are out, targeting incumbents over their incompetence during the past term. The six Euro MPs from Cyprus have undoubtedly been
The parliamentary debate on the state budget this week was hardly critical of the government’s policies, especially on the issue of increased hiring in the public sector, at a rate far surpassing