Christodoulides leads Presidential polls 

Centre-right DIKO-backed Nikos Christodoulides is the frontrunner for February 2023 Presidential Elections, as a new opinion poll gives him a considerable lead. According to a poll by Alpha TV, Christodoulides leads with

Cyprus declares war on cars

Transport authorities are declaring war on the car in a bid to solve the traffic gridlock in the capital Nicosia and reduce pollution levels by persuading people to use buses. In comments

UN urges Cypriot leaders to end  mistrust

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres prompted Cypriot leaders to encourage more direct contact and cooperation between the divided communities as the climate of trust worsens. He urged President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot

Cyprus appeals lenient hit-and-run sentence

Attorney-General George Savvides has appealed a 12-month jail sentence handed to a British tourist found guilty of a hit-and-run accident which killed a Swedish mother in Ayia Napa. On Tuesday, the office

Mistakes led to commando’s death

A series of mistakes led to the freak accident that cost 27-year commando Panayiotis Yiannios his life, after falling to his death from a helicopter during a National Guard exercise, according to

Turkish Cypriots hit by hyperinflation

Turkish Cypriots are seeing their earnings vanish due to inflation spirals, as the cost of living in the Turkish occupied north has increased by a staggering 110%. According to north’s statistical data,

COVID19: Wider face mask use back on the table

Scientists advising the government on handling the coronavirus pandemic are split over whether authorities should reinstate a face mask mandate as cases and hospitalisations have shot up. According to the Health Ministry’s

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