Following their successful campaign to support hundreds of UK Nationals to secure the necessary residency documents, the Cyprus Residents Planning Group (CRPG) has launched its new campaign focused on providing longer-term assistance
President Nicos Anastasiades said his government is determined to tackle corruption and promote transparency and accountability during a meeting with OSCE Parliamentary Assembly leader Margareta Cederfelt. Anastasiades informed Cederfelt on the policies
Parents and teacher unions are concerned over a spike in incidents of violence and bullying at Cyprus schools, calling on authorities to step up measures to protect students and staff. According to
Turkish Cypriots are angry over the latest financial protocol signed by authorities in the Turkish occupied north and Ankara, with trade unions threatening an indefinite general strike. The protocol signed on April
Drawing up a management and action plan by the Ministry of Health to deal with the possible detection of monkeypox cases in Cyprus is in its final stage. The Vaccination Committee is
Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon has delivered silverware in his first season in charge of Nicosia giants Omonia, who celebrate their 15th Cyprus Cup after beating Ethnikos Achnas in a penalty shootout.
Economic sentiment in Cyprus improved slightly in May, with the monthly Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI-CypERC) up by 1.1 points from April due to stronger business confidence in services. However, at 106.1 points,
Wearing a face mask in Cyprus will soon be a thing of the past, as most government scientists have urged authorities to suspend the COVID-19 mandate for indoor facilities from next week.
The case of a Vietnamese who allegedly acquired a Cypriot golden passport while in custody in his home country has authorities in a tangle. Cyprus legal services are investigating allegations that a
Labour Minister Zeta Emilianidou is going through her most difficult hours, said President Nicos Anastasiades after visiting her at the private hospital in Athens, where she is critical. On Wednesday, President Anastasiades