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Of bread and wine: the world’s most expensive cities

Of bread and wine: the world’s most expensive cities

Singapore remains the world’s most expensive city to live in, a study showed on Tuesday, with two Japanese cities – Tokyo and…
Hotel manager’s role as a keeper of stories

Hotel manager’s role as a keeper of stories

Against a panoramic view of Paphos one man has spent almost his entire life in the same hotel. NAN MACKENZIE meets the…
Distinction of quality excellence for Louis Hotels

Distinction of quality excellence for Louis Hotels

The annual quality event, organised by the Cyprus Certification Company (KEP) and the Cyprus Standardisation Organisation (CYS), was held at a Nicosia…
Five consortiums submit proposals for Larnaca marina

Five consortiums submit proposals for Larnaca marina

THE communications and works ministry announced on Monday that it has received five proposals from various consortiums for the development of the…
Cobalt to launch direct Larnaca-Zurich flights in April

Cobalt to launch direct Larnaca-Zurich flights in April

Cobalt said on Monday it was starting direct flights from Larnaca to Zurich from April 14. The flights will operate every Friday…
Akinci says Maronites can return to Ayia Marina

Akinci says Maronites can return to Ayia Marina

The Maronites of occupied Ayia Marina will soon be free to return to their village, which is currently a military base, Turkish…
Paphos thrilled with foreign investment in hotels

Paphos thrilled with foreign investment in hotels

THREE Paphos hotels have been bought by Israeli investors, a move which is being welcomed by the tourism sector. The seafront hotels…
Cobalt to fill Ryanair’s Paphos-Athens gap

Cobalt to fill Ryanair’s Paphos-Athens gap

COBALT will commence flights between Paphos and Athens at the end of this month, according to tourism professionals. Head of the Paphos…
Golf’s governing bodies propose ‘fundamental’ rule changes

Golf’s governing bodies propose ‘fundamental’ rule changes

The elimination of ‘ball moved’ penalties and reduction of time allowed to search for a lost ball are among several fundamental rule…
Larnaca port and marina contracts by end 2017, minister says

Larnaca port and marina contracts by end 2017, minister says

The goal is to sign contracts for the development of the port and the marina of Larnaca by the end of 2017,…
SpaceX to send first paying tourists around moon next year

SpaceX to send first paying tourists around moon next year

SpaceX plans to launch two paying passengers on a tourist trip around the moon next year using a spaceship under development for…
The sweet world of wine

The sweet world of wine

If you work in the food industry and want to up your game, then the series of lessons on wine organised by…
Ayia Napa declares nine Swedes as ‘ambassadors of tourism’

Ayia Napa declares nine Swedes as ‘ambassadors of tourism’

IN what has become a new tradition, Ayia Napa has once again honoured tourists who have visited the resort town for more…
Pyla ‘casinos’ resume after November police raids

Pyla ‘casinos’ resume after November police raids

AFTER being shut down following police raids in November, ‘casinos’ in Pyla have started operating again, but under different names, the Turkish…
Tourism minister confident for 2017

Tourism minister confident for 2017

After a record 2016, Tourism Minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis expects even more positive results this year barring unforeseen obstacles, he said on Tuesday…

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