Larnaca tourism industry boosted with new hotels

Larnaca tourism industry boosted with new hotels

Larnaca district is set to receive a major boost in upcoming years, including a “robot hotel,” tourism development organisation (ETAP) announced on…
Digital Art Festival this month takes creativity in new direction

Digital Art Festival this month takes creativity in new direction

Launched to expand the digital art scene in Cyprus, PIXEL Digital Art Days will host its first edition this month in Limassol.…
Today’s Weather: Mostly clear, chance of rain after noon

Today’s Weather: Mostly clear, chance of rain after noon

On Monday the weather will initially be mostly clear. Increased cloud cover will develop after noon, with a small chance of isolated…
Christmas travel chaos not averted as British rail workers union rejects 8% pay rise

Christmas travel chaos not averted as British rail workers union rejects 8% pay rise

Britain’s RMT union said on Sunday that it had rejected a pay rise offer of 4% in 2022 and 2023 from train…
Airports and harbours prepare to slash emissions as the greening of transport accelerates

Airports and harbours prepare to slash emissions as the greening of transport accelerates

Ports for planes and ships are gearing up for the era of sustainable fuels and renewable energy. By Michael Allen If the…
Ryanair’s biggest ever Cyprus schedule in 2023

Ryanair’s biggest ever Cyprus schedule in 2023

Ryanair recently announced its biggest ever Cyprus schedule with 41 routes for summer ‘23, including 5 new routes from Paphos to exciting…
Christmas atmosphere at Larnaca and Paphos airports

Christmas atmosphere at Larnaca and Paphos airports

In collaboration with the deputy ministry for culture and the Cyprus Handicrafts Centre, Larnaca and Paphos airports are celebrating Christmas with handmade…
Cyprus Cocktail Festival returns with a Christmas edition

Cyprus Cocktail Festival returns with a Christmas edition

December cocktails? Yes, please. The Cyprus Cocktail Festival is back this month after cancelling its October event due to heavy rainfall. On…
EU Commission approves €373 million for Cyprus strategic agriculture plan

EU Commission approves €373 million for Cyprus strategic agriculture plan

The EU Commission on Friday approved the strategic plans of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for Cyprus and Italy, worth €373 million and €26.61 billion respectively.  Of…
Cyprus Tourism Revenus Soar as COVID Pandemic Wanes

Cyprus Tourism Revenus Soar as COVID Pandemic Wanes

NICOSIA – The Coronavirus hasn’t gone away – people are still being infected, hospitalized, intubated and dying – but it’s not much…
Winegrowers halt traffic in Paphos

Winegrowers halt traffic in Paphos

Winegrowers in Paphos blocked central Neophytos Nicolaides Avenue in Paphos on Friday morning in protest to the government compensation scheme which they…
Interview with Romance author Anna-Maria Athanasiou for “Culturescope”

Interview with Romance author Anna-Maria Athanasiou for “Culturescope”

Culturescope showrunner and presenter PAUL LAMBIS speaks to Anna-Maria Athanasiou, a romance author whose passionate love stories and characters have won the…
EasyJet in talks with French unions to avert strike action

EasyJet in talks with French unions to avert strike action

British airline easyJet (EZJ.L) is expected to respond to demands for higher pay from French unions by early next week at the…
Restaurant review: Costas Koloni Tavern, Paphos

Restaurant review: Costas Koloni Tavern, Paphos

By Sarah Coyne I am not sure if everyone makes the same mistake as me, but sometimes we just ignore the restaurants…
More festive events for all

More festive events for all

‘Tis the season to… go out! With all that is taking place around the island, it is easy to stay busy during…