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Paphos district officer: 122 lifeguards on island’s beaches this summer

Paphos district officer: 122 lifeguards on island’s beaches this summer

A total of 122 lifeguards will be employed this summer  on Cyprus’ organised beaches, including 18 employed as part of the Joint…
New hurdle for turtles on protected beach

New hurdle for turtles on protected beach

A big new cement and stone barbecue pit has been constructed by the forestry department on the protected sea turtle beach of…
Long-delayed demolition of Mackenzie beach venue has started

Long-delayed demolition of Mackenzie beach venue has started

The court-enforced and long-delayed demolition of event venue Ktima Makenzy near Mackenzie beach in Larnaca finally started on Thursday. Around 8am, employees…
Bill to make beaches accessible to disabled heads to plenary

Bill to make beaches accessible to disabled heads to plenary

A bill submitted by Diko MP Christiana Eerotocritou to make Cyprus’ beaches accessible to the disabled is due to go to the…
Zapalo Beach

Zapalo Beach

Zapalo Beach is hidden in Epiksopi Village in Limassol. It is a wild and hidden bay also called Tripitis. More specifically it…
In absence of state, people with disabilities shoulder cost of accessible beach infrastructure

In absence of state, people with disabilities shoulder cost of accessible beach infrastructure

The Organisation of Cyprus’ Paraplegics (OPAK) is funding accessible infrastructure on beaches, as local authorities cannot bear the cost of constructing and…
Plans to improve disabled access to beaches

Plans to improve disabled access to beaches

Regulations concerning disabled access to beaches should be improved by the summer the House interior committee said on Monday. Head of the…
EC report says Cyprus has good beaches, too many birds trapped

EC report says Cyprus has good beaches, too many birds trapped

Despite some progress on illegal bird trapping in Cyprus, numbers are still unacceptably high, the latest Environmental Implementation Review (EIR) of the…
Ministry should have consulted before uprooting beach acacias

Ministry should have consulted before uprooting beach acacias

  The agriculture ministry said on Wednesday that there was nothing irregular about the uprooting of the acacia trees from the protected…
Crews cleaning up at Kalamies beach after rain, illegal interventions  (photos, video)

Crews cleaning up at Kalamies beach after rain, illegal interventions (photos, video)

Heavy machinery is  back on Kalamies beach, this time with the blessing of the Famagusta district office, to repair damage caused by…
Minister says will resign if any development at beach where trees cut down

Minister says will resign if any development at beach where trees cut down

Agriculture Minister Costas Kadis said on Tuesday he would resign if any sort of development takes place on a turtle beach in…
Agriculture Minister backs Forestry Department on turtle’s nesting beach issue

Agriculture Minister backs Forestry Department on turtle’s nesting beach issue

Speaking on ACTIVE radio on Tuesday, Agriculture Minister Kostas Kadis supported the Forestry Department’s decision to uproot acacia trees from a protected…
The Forestry Department issues a statement concerning the turtles’ nesting beach

The Forestry Department issues a statement concerning the turtles’ nesting beach

The Forestry Department has issued a statement concerning the uprooting of acacia from the state forests of Gialia and Mavralis, following Phileleftheros’…
Burning of trees near Polis turtle beach condemned

Burning of trees near Polis turtle beach condemned

A strip of around 700 metres of the Mavralis state forest lining the protected sea turtle spawning beaches of Limni and Argakas…
Lady’s Mile restaurant owners want road to beach repaired

Lady’s Mile restaurant owners want road to beach repaired

Owners of restaurants at Limassol’s Lady’s Mile beach staged a protest on Tuesday before putting their demand for repairs to the road…

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