The abrupt increase in the cost of living is becoming unbearable for an ever-growing number of Cypriot families, who are turning to charitable organisations to meet their basic needs. Limassol-based charity Yellow
Cypriot households need more than €2,000 a month to get by, well over the median wage of €1,573, while inflation continues to erode their income. According to a Phileleftheros daily report, an
Health authorities say contact tracers are finding greater transmission of coronavirus within families and workplaces compared to the first wave of infections, which could slow the easing of lockdown. Following a meeting
British Bases Police at Akrotiri has donated 123 boxes of food to 10 of its local Limassol communities as part of its Food Aid programme to help struggling families during the pandemic.
Coronavirus has taken its toll on residents in the tourism-dependent Famagusta region, as more families than ever before need food packages provided by local charities to make ends meet as the festive
An Audit Office probe into the citizenship for investment scheme said the process lacked due diligence while it should cease offering family members of wealthy investors a Cyprus passport. It said handing
British Bases police in Akrotiri donated 60 boxes of food and toiletries to surrounding Limassol villages to help 100 families badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Food Aid programme, which was