Going back to the beach may seem a good idea on Tuesday with Cyprus’ meteorology department ready to issue a yellow warning as it expects maximum temperatures to reach a scorching 40°C.
Cyprus’ Health Ministry has requested parliamentary approval for nearly €3 mln in additional COVID-19 funds for more random tests and contact-tracing after several clusters have grown in Larnaca. Health authorities are currently
Cyprus reported 12 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 on Sunday, with six of the coronavirus infections involving football players or their immediate contacts. On Saturday, the total was 13 new cases. This raises
Registering halloumi as a product of protected designation of origin (PDO) has languished for over five years in EU corridors due to Cyprus problem politics with Nicosia blaming the European Commission for
October elections for a new Turkish Cypriot leader in the north may see incumbent Mustafa Akinci lose out as polls show him trailing the current head of the ruling coalition Ersin Tatar.
Cyprus health authorities on Saturday confirmed 13 new COVID-19 cases from 3,220 tests, bringing the total number of infections since the outbreak to 1,684. Many of the cases were linked to travel,
Hellenic Bank reported a lower first half net profit of EUR 17.7 mln, impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, down from EUR 58.3 mln in the same period last year. The second biggest
Health authorities announced eight new cases of Covid-19 on Friday, as patients at Famagusta General, the country’s COVID-19 hospital, reached its highest number for months with 14 patients. Cyprus kept its cases
Cyprus’ epidemiological picture has deteriorated with the COVID-19 transmission rate rising dangerously above one to 1.5, according to the latest Health Ministry report Friday. The increase is attributed to several clusters in
By Nikolas Ioannou BNP Paribas has released its second 2020 report regarding the property market outlook post-pandemic, presenting forecasts about real estate in uncertain times. The obvious differentiation regarding the previous report