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Audit office censures CySEC over dinner event

Audit office censures CySEC over dinner event

The audit service censured the Cyprus securities and exchange commission (CySEC) over a conference dinner it held last year that was organised…
Coronavirus: hotels opening doors in June but tourism outlook still unclear

Coronavirus: hotels opening doors in June but tourism outlook still unclear

Hoteliers said on Monday that, despite the challenging time for the entire tourism sector, the timeline on the reopening of hotels set…
Jean-Baptiste Pater (1695 – 1736) | Leventis Gallery

Jean-Baptiste Pater (1695 – 1736) | Leventis Gallery

Pater was a French Rococo painter and draughtsman and the son of sculptor, Antoine Pater. He briefly studied under Jean-Antoine Watteau, who…
Americans spend holiday at beaches and parks as virus death toll nears 100,000

Americans spend holiday at beaches and parks as virus death toll nears 100,000

Americans sunbathed on beaches, fished from boats and strolled on boardwalks this holiday weekend, even as the US death toll from Covid-19 fast approaches…
Cyprus Airways relaunches flights on June 9

Cyprus Airways relaunches flights on June 9

Cyprus Airways will relaunch flights to Athens on June 9, on the day flights will officially resume as per the government’s announcement,…
Anti-litter campaign underway to protect Cyprus’ beaches

Anti-litter campaign underway to protect Cyprus’ beaches

  Saturday’s official post-lockdown reopening of the beaches coincided with the launch of a month-long campaign by the Cyprus Sustainable Tourism Initiative…
U.S. limits travel from Brazil amid worsening coronavirus outbreak

U.S. limits travel from Brazil amid worsening coronavirus outbreak

The White House on Sunday said it was restricting travel from Brazil to the United States, two days after the South American nation became…
Greek eyes ‘tourism safety zone’ with Cyprus, Israel

Greek eyes ‘tourism safety zone’ with Cyprus, Israel

    Greece’s Minister of Tourism Haris Theoharis has told the Cyprus News Agency that the conclusion of bilateral agreements with countries…
Americans spend holiday at beaches as virus death toll nears 100,000

Americans spend holiday at beaches as virus death toll nears 100,000

  Americans sunbathed on beaches, fished from boats and strolled on boardwalks this holiday weekend, even as the U.S. death toll from…
Venice Film Festival will go ahead in September – Veneto governor

Venice Film Festival will go ahead in September – Veneto governor

The Venice Film Festival will go ahead as scheduled at the beginning of September, Luca Zaia, the governor of the region around…
Coronavirus: Beaches around the island resumed operations smoothly

Coronavirus: Beaches around the island resumed operations smoothly

All organised beaches across the island reopened smoothly on Saturday authorities said after lockdown measures to tackle the spread of Covid-19 saw…
Israel and Germany important markets for restart of Paphos tourism

Israel and Germany important markets for restart of Paphos tourism

Israel and Germany will be important markets for Paphos once the tourism industry restarts, the resort’s hoteliers said on Sunday. Of the…
Protaras beaches packed yday-people in line with measures

Protaras beaches packed yday-people in line with measures

  The Cyprus News Agency reported packed Protaras beaches yesterday, on the first day of their opening, despite previous reports that the…
Cyprus among first destinations TUI plans to restart flights to

Cyprus among first destinations TUI plans to restart flights to

German travel group TUI is planning to resume flights to main holiday destinations in Europe, including Cyprus, by the end of June,…
Coronavirus: Beaches reopen, though cooler temperatures dampen enthusiasm (Updated)

Coronavirus: Beaches reopen, though cooler temperatures dampen enthusiasm (Updated)

Beaches reopened on Saturday though cooler weather and the strict health and safety regulations in place appeared to dampen the numbers of…