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Cyprus Foreign Minister travels to Brussels for FAC, will meet with Borrell

Cyprus Foreign Minister travels to Brussels for FAC, will meet with Borrell

Cyprus Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Christodoulides travels to Brussels on Sunday to take part in the Foreign Affairs Council on Monday which…
Cyprus FM travels to Brussels for FAC, will meet with Borrell

Cyprus FM travels to Brussels for FAC, will meet with Borrell

Cyprus Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Christodoulides travels to Brussels on Sunday to take part in the Foreign Affairs Council on Monday which…
Cyprus wineries missing low-cost, high-margin sales

Cyprus wineries missing low-cost, high-margin sales

CYPRUS wineries ended the year with 17.1 million litres in stock; only 9.823 million were consumed, according to the latest statistics compiled…
FM travels to Brussels for foreign affairs council

FM travels to Brussels for foreign affairs council

Foreign Minister Nicos Christodoulides will travel to Brussels on Sunday to take part in the EU Foreign Affairs Council on Monday which…
Coronavirus: ‘no idea’ where tourism 2021 is headed

Coronavirus: ‘no idea’ where tourism 2021 is headed

The tourism industry in Cyprus could be headed for another barren summer as the European Commission advises an end to all non-essential…
Hoteliers urge parties to support state-backed loans for business

Hoteliers urge parties to support state-backed loans for business

The hoteliers’ association (Pasyxe) urged political parties on Friday to back a government bill for state-backed loans to businesses, which would help…
Cyprus eyeing March 1 reopening of travel

Cyprus eyeing March 1 reopening of travel

He said that the 56 countries with which Cyprus has an air connection will be designated colors according to their coronavirus pandemic…
Online events to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust

Online events to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust

Perhaps there is never an entirely appropriate way to commemorate victims, yet art, be it music, theatre or film, can express some…
Astronauts could be put into hibernation to travel to Mars

Astronauts could be put into hibernation to travel to Mars

  Astronauts could be put into hibernation to travel to Mars, European Space Agency scientists have revealed, as they call for further…
Greens angry over tacky prefabs at Kissonerga beach 

Greens angry over tacky prefabs at Kissonerga beach 

Prefabricated buildings which have been placed at a designated bathing beach in Kissonerga by a nearby hotel have prompted a raft of…
White and misty Troodos: a walk in winter’s silence

White and misty Troodos: a walk in winter’s silence

The beauty of Cyprus’ Troodos mountain range, especially now, during the coldest months of the year, is easily a match to the…
Restaurant review: To Achilleion, Nicosia

Restaurant review: To Achilleion, Nicosia

Among the ‘knowing ones’, this establishment is also known as Platanos – due to the giant Asian Plane tree beneath which it…
Cyprus to reopen airports on March 1

Cyprus to reopen airports on March 1

Cyprus plans to reopen its airports to visitors from all countries on March 1, Deputy Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios told CyBC state…
CULTURESCOPE S2 Trailer: ‘You’re watching Culturescope, with Paul Lambis’

CULTURESCOPE S2 Trailer: ‘You’re watching Culturescope, with Paul Lambis’

In this trailer for Season 2 of CULTURESCOPE, highlights from Season 1 and anticipation combine, as we count down to the fresh…
Six porcelain child figurines (Paris Collection) | A. G. Leventis Gallery

Six porcelain child figurines (Paris Collection) | A. G. Leventis Gallery

In this video, the A. G. Leventis Gallery showcases six child figurines from its ‘Paris Collection’ of rare Chinese and delicate Meissen…

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