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Peyia Municipality nets €350,000 from civil weddings in 2019

Peyia Municipality nets €350,000 from civil weddings in 2019

Peyia Municipality generated revenue of €350,000 from civil weddings last year, a municipality official told the Cyprus News Agency on Thursday. Maria…
Limassol port cruise terminal operator to increase capacity

Limassol port cruise terminal operator to increase capacity

Increased daily capacity for cruise ships at Limassol port was announced by the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works and port cruise…
Five killed in Russian hotel after boiling water floods basement

Five killed in Russian hotel after boiling water floods basement

Five people died in the Russian city of Perm on Monday after a hot water pipe exploded in the night and flooded…
Respect passengers, minister warns after inspecting Paphos school bus

Respect passengers, minister warns after inspecting Paphos school bus

Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos was back on a school bus again on Tuesday, this time in the Paphos district where he went…
Cyprus wines: from ancient times to nowadays

Cyprus wines: from ancient times to nowadays

Cyprus has been a vine-growing and wine-producing country for millennia. There is archaeological evidence that wine-making on the Mediterranean island may have…
Bar review: Malibu Cocktail Bar, Limassol

Bar review: Malibu Cocktail Bar, Limassol

by Tracy Roth-Rotsas In winter, when everything is cold and wet it’s really lovely to open the door to Malibu Cocktail Bar…
Paphos: Citizens cast olive branch wreaths in sea at bi-communal peace event (photos)

Paphos: Citizens cast olive branch wreaths in sea at bi-communal peace event (photos)

A group of Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot citizens cast olive branch wreaths in the sea near the Municipal Baths in Paphos in a…
Tourism strategy aims at 30% increase in revenue in 10 years

Tourism strategy aims at 30% increase in revenue in 10 years

Cyprus Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios briefed deputies members of the House Commerce Committee on Cyprus’ ten-year tourism strategy 2020-2030 which…
Submerged recycling bins operational in Larnaca by early February

Submerged recycling bins operational in Larnaca by early February

A total of 68 submerged bins for recycling materials are expected to operate in Larnaca’s seaside area for producers of large amounts…
Restaurant review: Koutourou Ouzeri, Paphos

Restaurant review: Koutourou Ouzeri, Paphos

By Sarah Coyne Last year Paphos saw a considerable number of new restaurants open, but at the beginning of 2020 we are…
BoC Cultural Foundation workshop for children on rare wild flowers

BoC Cultural Foundation workshop for children on rare wild flowers

The Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation is organising an exciting interactive workshop themed on the rare wild flowers and plants of Cyprus,…
King of Limassol carnival announced

King of Limassol carnival announced

Choreographer George Nicolaou has been chosen as the king of the Limassol carnival 2020 in a unanimous decision by the Limassol municipality.…
Authorities considering ‘fake’ police lights to prevent traffic accidents

Authorities considering ‘fake’ police lights to prevent traffic accidents

Police are considering using movable ‘fake’ warning police lights on the roads as part of efforts to prevent traffic accidents, Phileleftheros reports.…
Four Paphos traditions added to National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage

Four Paphos traditions added to National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage

Four Paphos items have been added to the National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage by the Cyprus National Commission for UNESCO and…
Limassol Greens Golf Resort has new shareholding structure

Limassol Greens Golf Resort has new shareholding structure

Limassol Greens Golf Resort which is a fully integrated golf and real estate development west of Limassol is now set for implementation.…