More cameras come online

Another three sets of traffic cameras will go live in early May, following a month’s delay due to technical issues, as the network expands outside the capital for the first time. A

State back online as IT servers dry out

Most of the state’s online services returned Wednesday after drying out following a water leak which flooded the basement of the Finance Ministry, knocking out e-governance servers and websites. Talking to state

Online short holiday bookings increased

During Q4 2022, guests spent around 97 million nights in short-term rental accommodation in the EU, booked via Airbnb,, Expedia Group or TripAdvisor, according to Eurostat. This is up +25% compared


More traffic cameras go online

Cyprus’ traffic camera network has added another two in operation at busy junctions in the capital as of Monday, with four mobile units totalling eight. Another two fixed cameras at Limassol junctions

Local businesses online sales growing

For 20.1% of Cyprus enterprises (19.7% in the EU), e-commerce sales reached at least 1% of their total turnover, which was 3 percentage points higher (+0.7 pp EU) than the previous year. According to


Online auctions can’t be trusted

For those interested in buying real estate through electronic (or other) auctions, I keep noting various scams that surface, resulting in the unsuspecting public or buyers as the victims. Initially, an auction

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