Chlorakas housing complex under private surveillance

The Ayios Nikolaos housing complex at the centre of recent violent outbreaks between Syrian refugees and extreme right-wing groups in Chlorakas, Paphos, is under 24/7 surveillance. Local authorities and a debt-acquiring company

Army officers included in private prosecution

Army and police officers are accused in the private criminal case by the family of conscript Thanasis Nicolaou following Attorney General George Savvides’ decision to close the investigation of his death in

GHS working to get private A&E wards operational

Health authorities are working around the clock to get private hospitals to operate Accident and Emergency departments as part of the General Healthcare System. The Health Insurance Organisation is conducting intensive consultations

Central Bank warns over private debt

Cyprus Central Bank governor Constantinos Herodotou called for awareness over rising private debt as the economic outlook deteriorates due to the prolonged Russian invasion of Ukraine. Herodotou called for increased vigilance to


Private debt reaches €56.2 bln

Debt held by households and non-financial corporations in the first quarter of 2022 amounted to €56.2 bln, according to the Central Bank of Cyprus. Household debt in Q1 was €20.2 billion, corresponding