ExxonMobil urges state support for EastMed gas

Governments should provide the necessary support to increase energy supply from the Eastern Mediterranean, said ExxonMobil’s frontier exploration director Tristan Aspray. He told a panel discussion on energy supply and security in

The black hole of public tenders

Among the difficulties the Republic has, and apart from the unforgiving bureaucracy, there are increasing problems in awarding public tenders for infrastructure and other projects. Each government tries to promote infrastructure projects

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COVID19: No more state testing sites

Health authorities have ditched the last remaining state COVID-19 testing points at shopping malls and supermarkets, arguing experts have a clear image of the virus in the community from tests at labs

Three-day state mourning for Zeta

A three-day mourning period in honour of the late Labour Minister Zeta Emilianidou was announced by the cabinet on Wednesday; she will lie in state before her funeral on Friday. The minister

Senior state officials among highest earners

High ranking civil servants and politicians enjoy some of the fattest salaries on the island, with monthly earnings touching €9,000, according to data released by the Accountant General’s office. The top of

State budget passes after bumpy ride

Following its unprecedented rejection, Cyprus’ revised 2021 budget was narrowly approved by parliament with the government relieved to see millions for coronavirus support unlocked. The €17.1 bln budget was passed on Thursday

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