As of Monday, 16 traffic cameras have been put into operation in Paphos at five locations, as the island’s westernmost town becomes the last to join the traffic camera network. As announced
Founding a university and constructing new facilities is the biggest project of a public nature with a stronger imprint on society, President Nikos Christodoulides said, inaugurating TEPAK’s new School of Tourism Management,
The Finance Ministry has refuted claims by the Audit Office and Paphos Mayor Phedon Phedonos that it is accountable for the chaos at Paphos airport with long queues of passengers. Earlier in
The Audit Office fuelled controversy surrounding Paphos airport after Mayor Phedon Phedonos posted video footage of long queues at passport control, describing the situation as “dreadful” and calling for accountability. “It’s tragic
The property market in Paphos is thriving as major deals push the total value of transactions over €190 mln during the second quarter of 2023, according to a report by Ask Wire.
The American University of Beirut’s Mediterranean campus, known as AUB – Mediterraneo, was officially inaugurated at the Paphos Innovation Centre. The event was attended by the Ministers of Education of Cyprus and
Paphos municipality has taken delivery of a pair of small electric garbage trucks to be used mainly in the crowded centre of the old town, paved and pedestrian areas on the coastal
Paphos Municipality announced it would make US Senator Robert Menendez an honorary citizen of the town in expression of “gratitude” for his “unwavering and consistent support” to end the Turkish occupation. The
A British pensioner found guilty of killing his seriously ill wife will hear his fate during sentencing at Paphos Criminal Court on July 31. Last week, the court rejected the premeditated murder
A wildfire that broke out in the Paphos forest has been contained after it destroyed around 20 hectares of pine and wild vegetation during one of the longest heatwaves in Cyprus’ history.