What is going on with Cyprus LNG?

Following a hard-hitting article in Phileleftheros on 5 January calling the project a ‘fiasco’, we had a flurry of announcements from the Ministry of Energy during the last few days. The good

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Pay perks for the privileged

The ball of string around the automatic cost of living adjustment on wages is unravelling. The Labour Minister allows more days for opposing sides to submit their final positions on the dispute,

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House prices unlikely to drop this year

The end of 2021 saw Europe’s and Cyprus’ economies gradually recovering from the two-year rollercoaster ride of lockdowns, the stock market at record highs, and inflation increasing. One year later, the disruptions

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An election of zero expectations

As the government stumbles along, to avoid making any hard, unpopular decisions, it’s trying to garner maximum credit for any modicum of success achieved in the past decade. It goes without saying

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Foreign workers have rights too

After years of disagreements, heated debates and name-calling, the national minimum wage finally came into being on 1 January, ensuring an additional 40,000 workers in the private sector take home decent pay

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Protecting your property

Although Cyprus is considered a safe country and perhaps the safest in the EU, the real estate market has begun to pay increased attention to security, which increases the value of a

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Climate change threatens health in East Med

A study published in the scientific journal ‘Environmental Research’ presents the first comprehensive review of how climate change impacts people’s health in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East (EMME) region. It identifies

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