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Nicosia events not to miss this week

Nicosia events not to miss this week

As June draws to a close, the capital city welcomes another round of events, performances and festival openings with something in store…
Ayia Napa Marina a jewel of the Mediterranean, Anastasiades says

Ayia Napa Marina a jewel of the Mediterranean, Anastasiades says

Ayia Napa Marina will alter the tourist landscape of not only Cyprus, but the Eastern Mediterranean as a whole, President Nicos Anastasiades…
Two beaches to generate over €190,000 for Kissonerga

Two beaches to generate over €190,000 for Kissonerga

Contracts signed for the management of two beaches in Kissonerga, Paphos will generate an income exceeding €190,000 this year, leader of the…
Summer long beach clean-up campaign to start on Sunday

Summer long beach clean-up campaign to start on Sunday

Volunteers will start clean-up beaches across the island this Sunday in a summer campaign to promote environmental consciousness in an effort to…
Cruise Ships Help Revive Cyprus’ Tourism Economy During COVID

Cruise Ships Help Revive Cyprus’ Tourism Economy During COVID

NICOSIA – Despite the loss of Russian tourists over European Union sanctions for the invasion of Ukraine, Cyprus – even during the…
Cultural heritage technical committee receives more EU funds

Cultural heritage technical committee receives more EU funds

The European Commission is earmarking an additional €2.5 million to support the technical committee on cultural heritage in Cyprus, as part of…
Most road victims are foreigners living in Cyprus, tourists or third-country citizens

Most road victims are foreigners living in Cyprus, tourists or third-country citizens

Eight people lost their lives in road accidents all across Cyprus over the past 16 days while six out of 10 of…
Weather forecast: Windy, with temperatures at 33C inland

Weather forecast: Windy, with temperatures at 33C inland

Strong westerly winds will affect Cyprus on Tuesday, but these will gradually abate overnight, the met office said in its early morning…
Rail strikes set to paralyse UK travel network

Rail strikes set to paralyse UK travel network

Britain’s biggest rail strike in 30 years will begin on Tuesday when tens of thousands of staff walk out in a pay dispute that…
4th Honey Festival in Odou Village on June 26

4th Honey Festival in Odou Village on June 26

The Honey villages of mountainous Larnaca, after the catastrophic fires of last summer, are getting ready to honour this treasure of nature…
Macau shuts most businesses amid COVID outbreak, casinos stay open

Macau shuts most businesses amid COVID outbreak, casinos stay open

The world’s biggest gambling hub Macau began its second day of mass COVID-19 testing on Monday after dozens of locally transmitted cases…
Belgium hit by protests over cost of living spike, outbound flights cancelled

Belgium hit by protests over cost of living spike, outbound flights cancelled

A day of strikes in Belgium over the cost of living forced Brussels Airport to cancel all departing flights on Monday and…
Easyjet cuts more flights to try to manage disruption

Easyjet cuts more flights to try to manage disruption

Low-cost airline easyJet EZJ.L said on Monday it was cutting more flights in the busy summer period to help manage problems including shortages of ground…
Europe’s summer travel chaos

Europe’s summer travel chaos

Strikes and staff shortages are forcing airlines to cancel thousands of flights and causing hours-long queues at major airports, dashing hopes of…
Paris swelters in early summer heatwave, Dunkirk beachgoers try to beat the heat

Paris swelters in early summer heatwave, Dunkirk beachgoers try to beat the heat

Paris sweltered in temperatures of up to 35 degrees Celsius (95°F) on Friday (June 17) as an exceptionally early heatwave struck France.…

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