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Bus passengers in Nicosia and Larnaka to travel with 5G speed

Bus passengers in Nicosia and Larnaka to travel with 5G speed

Connection to a Wi-Fi network, with 5G speed, will be possible for passengers of Cyprus Public Transport buses. The connectivity option is…
Wizz Air warns of more losses before recovery takes off

Wizz Air warns of more losses before recovery takes off

Budget airline Wizz Air (WIZZ.L) warned its fourth-quarter loss would likely top the 213.6 million euros ($241.2 million) third-quarter hit reported on…
Restaurant review: Saffron, Limassol

Restaurant review: Saffron, Limassol

We visited Indian restaurant Saffron on a blisteringly cold weekday evening, the cuisine serving to complement the innumerable layers of clothing we…
easyJet sees short-term Omicron hit before summer recovery

easyJet sees short-term Omicron hit before summer recovery

British airline easyJet (EZJ.L) said the Omicron variant of COVID-19 was impacting its performance this quarter, but it expected to see strong…
Tourism sector calls for urgent action over staff shortages

Tourism sector calls for urgent action over staff shortages

The Association of Cyprus Tourist Enterprises (Stek) urged the government on Thursday to take immediate action to solve all issues related to…
Infantino sparks anger saying biennial World Cup could prevent migrant deaths

Infantino sparks anger saying biennial World Cup could prevent migrant deaths

FIFA president Gianni Infantino sparked criticism on Wednesday when he said increased revenues from a biennial World Cup could create opportunities for…
Tourism ministry announces raft of schemes

Tourism ministry announces raft of schemes

The deputy tourism ministry announced on Wednesday12 grant schemes that will come into effect this year as part of its national tourism…
N.Korea fires cruise missiles amid tension over lifting nuclear moratorium

N.Korea fires cruise missiles amid tension over lifting nuclear moratorium

North Korea fired two cruise missiles into the sea off its east coast on Tuesday, South Korea’s military said, amid rising tension…
Spokesman confirms first direct flight to Turkey taken place

Spokesman confirms first direct flight to Turkey taken place

Government spokesman Marios Pelekanos on Tuesday confirmed that the government gave permission for a direct flight to Istanbul to transport a Covid-positive…
Civil defence rescue trapped tourists in Kyperounda

Civil defence rescue trapped tourists in Kyperounda

Civil defence confirmed on Tuesday that a group of Czech tourists had been rescued after being trapped in snow earlier in the…
Snow and rain as Elpis weather system affects Cyprus

Snow and rain as Elpis weather system affects Cyprus

The civil defence is on stand-by as a low-pressure system affects the island on Tuesday, while mountains roads and schools closed once…
Weather system sticks around to pummel Cyprus

Weather system sticks around to pummel Cyprus

A low pressure system is still affecting Cyprus on Tuesday with prolonged showers and possibly heavy thunderstorms in parts of the island,…
UK to lift travel test requirements for the vaccinated

UK to lift travel test requirements for the vaccinated

People arriving in England from abroad will no longer have to take Covid tests if they are fully vaccinated, the UK government…
A Minute with … Marina Angeli Photographer/Social Media Content Creator

A Minute with … Marina Angeli Photographer/Social Media Content Creator

Where do you live and with whom? I currently live in Nicosia with my partner, but I come from Pera Chorio. What…
Low occupancy means hotels open in Paphos operating at a loss

Low occupancy means hotels open in Paphos operating at a loss

Occupancy levels of hotels that are open in Paphos are not even reaching 20 per cent, president of the Paphos Hoteliers Associaion…

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