Cypriots have bigger things to worry about

Greek and Turkish Cypriots must set aside their differences and find a solution to the Cyprus problem sooner rather than later, as bigger challenges threaten the island’s existence. Intervening at the Cyprus

Turkish Cypriots abandoning the north

A growing number of Turkish Cypriots are leaving the island, as the worsening economic situation in the Turkey-occupied north combined with a standstill in peace negotiations has crushed hopes of a brighter

Cypriots more aware of food waste

Cypriot consumers appear more willing to try out or adopt new habits to reduce food waste, according to an online survey. The 9th online food waste poll was conducted within an awareness-raising campaign

Cypriot scientists changing the world

Cyprus Seeds, a non-profit organisation working on getting world-changing ideas from Cypriot scientists out of the lab and onto the market, is looking to focus on climate change. Following two successful rounds

EP backs Varosha’s return to Greek Cypriots

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola expressed the institution’s clear position for the return of Varosha so its lawful Greek Cypriot inhabitants can go home. Following a meeting with House speaker Annita Demetriou on


World Conference of Overseas Cypriots

The World Conference of Overseas Cypriots – the biggest annual diaspora event – begins Tuesday in Nicosia, with the physical presence of delegates discussing the Cyprus problem. Taking part are the World

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