Flats push up property prices

In Cyprus, annual residential property prices continued to rise 1.2% in the third quarter of 2021, primarily driven by apartment purchases. This is according to the Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) Residential

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COVID19: ‘Test to stay’ at school begins

Despite a teachers’ pushback, the “test to stay” policy was introduced in schools on Monday to keep classrooms going safely where positive cases are found. Students found to be close contacts of

Naval exercise with French frigate

A military exercise of naval cooperation (PASSEX) took place off the coast of Larnaca with a frigate of the French Navy, the Cyprus Defence Ministry confirmed. A statement by the Defence Ministry

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Regaining credibility in Europe, UN

Recent events have raised concerns about the government’s ability to handle the serious issues the country is facing. Efforts to cover up the huge responsibilities of the “Governing Trio” of Anastasiades, Christodoulides

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COVID19: Six deaths, cases fall

Cyprus reported six coronavirus deaths on Saturday, rising to 29 for the week and 71 for January, as new daily cases dipped 9.5% to under 2,000 and hospitalisations were stable. The Health

Turkish Cypriots vote amid turmoil

Turkish Cypriots head for a general election on Sunday, with the Cyprus problem low on the political agenda due to the worsening economic situation and coronavirus. The community is conducting an early

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