Closing arguments in Paphos murder trial

After hearing the last witness evidence, the closing argument will be heard on June 22 in the trial of a British ex-miner accused of killing his terminally ill wife. His lawyers said

Grace period for new speed cameras ends

Fines registered by four new additions to the island’s traffic camera network will be enforced from 6 June, as the grace period ends. Traffic cameras at four fixed points in Nicosia and

Cyprus-China build tourism ties

Cypriot and Chinese officials held a meeting at the Ministry of Tourism to further strengthen the cooperation between Cyprus and China in the travel sector. Tourism Minister Kostas Koumis and Vice Minister of Culture and Tourism of China


Cyprus offers energy gateway to Europe

Cyprus on Monday urged international companies to back the government’s plans to create an energy gateway to Europe from the Eastern Mediterranean to ensure the security of supply. Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides


Tourism on course for record year

Robust growth in tourist arrivals and revenues this year will offset losses the economy may suffer from sanctions on Cyprus’ services sector, according to initial Finance Ministry estimates. As reported by the


High dust levels to retreat

High dust concentrations affecting the island are expected to decrease in the next few days with rain showers forecast, according to the Met Office. In comments to Alpha TV, the director of


Cypriots demand more crossing points

Greek and Turkish Cypriots united their voices for the opening of new crossing points along the divided island to facilitate people-to-people contact. About 110 parties, trade unions and NGOs from both communities