Many Cyprus dams are overflowing as total water capacity reaches 88.3% following the recent stormy weather. The latest dam to overflow was Ayia Marina Xyliatos which was captured on video by members
There are some things you can see coming your way from next year while other events will happen totally out of the blue, the same counts for what Cyprus can expect. It
Tourism stakeholders are hoping to put Limassol on the cruise holiday map as the number of tourists visiting the city on cruise liners has increased at an impressive rate during the year.
The Deputy Ministry of Tourism is confident Cyprus will break its record in 2019 for annual tourist arrivals which are expected to exceed last year’s 3.9 million. Cyprus annual tourist arrivals spiked
The Deputy Ministry of Tourism has made its New Year resolutions with one of them being to put Cyprus back on the cruise map. With the glory days of cruise ships buried
Cyprus Airways launched its inaugural flight from Paphos to Athens on Saturday 21 December 2019 with the aircraft receiving a ceremonial water salute at the Greek airport. Branded sweets were offered at
Cypriot EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides vowed to touch the lives of all EU citizens as the issues covered in her remit are every-day concerns from fighting cancer
The licensing process for 5G (5G) wireless is proceeding as planned and as expected the platforms will be allocated to providers within the deadlines set by EU legislation. That is the 700MHz
Cyprus is to nominate the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for next year’s Nobel Institute’s Peace Prize. Deputy Government Spokesman Panayiotis Sentonas said the cabinet has authorised the Justice and Minister
While Brussels warned Nicosia over inadequate protection of Natura 2000 sites, Cyprus seemingly “couldn’t care less” by giving the green light for a huge new development on the Akrotiri Peninsula, claim conservationists.