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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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Private equity not so private

By Michael Olympios Almost a decade ago, the apocalypse in the banking sector sent the Cypriot economy’s downgrading by rating agencies to junk, leaving many businesses overleveraged and undercapitalised. Banks’ enormous liquidity

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Size matters when buying an apartment

There is great confusion regarding the size of apartments and how this is measured in Cyprus. Each group or developer use their own methodology of calculation, so the unsuspecting buyer does not

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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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Political snakes and ladders

It shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone that the President’s approval ratings have slid down the popularity ladder faster than a snake sheds its skin. Asking Cypriots what they think about

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