Accountability is missing

When economies are struggling to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, especially Cyprus, overwhelmingly relies on services, tourism and exports, hiking tariffs at the Limassol port monopoly is plain stupid. The alternative port

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Two Limassol towers post-golden passports

Limassol is still seeing high-rise projects preparing to take off the ground, despite Cyprus’ golden passport scheme’s demise that put some luxury towers on ice. The island’s environmental body has given the

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Urban market at Limassol Agora

The past merges with the present in a two-day event organised at Limassol Agora this weekend, where local producers will sell an array of traditional products. On Saturday and Sunday, November, Limassol

Limassol Marina among world’s most photoed

Limassol Marina has built a strong reputation among social media users, recently ranked in the top ten most Instagrammable marinas, along with Dubai. Comparethemarket.com, one of the UK’s leading price comparison websites,

Limassol shook by earthquake

Limassol was shaken by a 3.3 magnitude earthquake on Wednesday, according to the Cyprus geological survey department. The earthquake rattled the coastal town at 7:53 am, with reports saying that it was

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