Cyprus is ranked 37, dropping two places, among 117 countries in the Digital Quality of Life Index (DQL), while also classified as one of the countries with the most expensive internet. The
Over the past week, Cyprus’ COVID deaths and cases edged up as health authorities reported five more coronavirus victims and 2,789 new infections. Hospitalisations remained stable at 44, down three from last
An accelerated increase in house prices was recorded in the second quarter of 2022, mainly due to rising construction costs, the Central Bank of Cyprus said in its quarterly property report. The
The four-country naval and aerial exercise Eunomia wrapped up this week, with its final stage in the sea area east of Limassol with the defence forces of France, Italy, Greece and Cyprus.
Omonia gave Premier League superstars Manchester United a fright, needing super-sub Marcus Rashford to spark a comeback to avoid a shock defeat in Nicosia in the Europa League. Manchester United avoided an
Omonia Nicosia announced that tickets for Thursday night’s much-anticipated European tie against Premier League juggernaut Manchester United is sold out. The GSP stadium, with a capacity of 22,859, will be packed, generating
The second debate between the three major presidential candidates, Averof Neophytou, Andreas Mavroyiannis and Nikos Christodoulides, took place with no clear winner. CyBC reporter Andreas Kimitris questioned the candidates while they were
Data collected by the Long Covid Cyprus network of patient associations from the Health Insurance Organisation showed that 29,377 people suffered from long covid symptoms. The evidence is based on two questionnaires
Paphos police are now investigating a murder case after a Syrian man who was brutally beaten by home intruders last week succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday night. The man, identified as
Nicosia has blasted the Turkish Cypriot leadership for squeezing the United Nations peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) into recognising the breakaway state by handing them a one-month ultimatum, demanding an “appropriate response”.