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


Afternoon hospital clinics go online

Afternoon outpatient clinics go live on Monday, two months after opening during weekends, to help relieve pressure on Accident and Emergency departments. It follows an agreement between the State Health Services Organisation

Online news making a comeback

Around nine out of ten (89%) people in the EU, aged between 16 and 74, use the internet for cultural activities; reading online news is one of the most popular pastimes. Eurostat


Cyprus online trader sponsors Bayern Munich

A Cyprus-based online trading firm will flash on the advertising boards at the home of one of Europe’s most successful football clubs — German champions FC Bayern Munich. The Limassol online trading

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