Inflation reached 6.8% in January

The inflation rate dropped by 1.4 percentage points in January, compared to the previous month, as consumers were given a respite from hiking fuel prices. According to the latest data released by


Record number of migrant returns in January

Interior Minister Nicos Nouris said that over 1,170 asylum seekers were returned to their countries of origin in January as Cyprus managed large irregular migrant flows. In a statement, the Interior Minister

COVID19: Tests for China arrivals from 15 January

From Sunday, all passengers arriving in Cyprus from China must present a negative 48-hour PCR test, as Nicosia adopts EU recommendations following a COVID-19 outbreak. The Cabinet approved the decision on Wednesday,

January car sales plunge 21%

Motor vehicle sales began the new year with a sharp annual decline as total registrations in January dipped 23.3% to 2,633, the Cyprus Statistical Service said. Passenger saloon cars, which represent the

COVID19: Fifth wave may peak in late January

Cyprus’ fifth wave of the Covid pandemic fuelled by the Omicron variant is estimated to peak by January’s second or third week, said virologist Maria Koliou and government advisor. This could see