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Three unusual events this weekend

Three unusual events this weekend

The second weekend of November has a couple of different events on offer – take your pick between hot and spicy chili…
Our View: It is actions, not PR events, that will change opinions on police force

Our View: It is actions, not PR events, that will change opinions on police...

Once a year Cyprus police roll out their ‘human face’ during Police Week and talk about modernising the force and becoming ‘closer…
Applications for Limassol Carnival now open

Applications for Limassol Carnival now open

Limassol municipality on Tuesday started collecting applications for the February carnival parade participants from people, who followed all Covid protocols in 2020.…
Determination, optimism, open-mindedness: two days at Reflect Festival

Determination, optimism, open-mindedness: two days at Reflect Festival

Reflect Festival, the largest technology and entrepreneurial event of its kind in Cyprus, wrapped up on Friday evening, welcoming approximately 5,000 attendees…
German language events continue in Cyprus, The Magical world of Lieder scheduled

German language events continue in Cyprus, The Magical world of Lieder scheduled

Falco. Damn it! We are still alive!The Embassy of Austria in Cyprus, together with the Embassies of Switzerland, Germany and the Goethe-Institut…
Queer Wave Film Festival at Rialto on November 25 – December 4

Queer Wave Film Festival at Rialto on November 25 – December 4

The Cyprus LGBTQI+ Film Festival makes its first appearance in Limassol. A special screening on the occasion of Queer Wave’s third edition…
Timeless Cyprus exhibition coming to AG Leventis Gallery

Timeless Cyprus exhibition coming to AG Leventis Gallery

Fifty years after the death of the great Cypriot artist Georgiou Polyviou Georghiou (1901-1972), the AG Leventis Gallery, in collaboration of the…
COP27 to open with call for rich countries to compensate those vulnerable to climate events

COP27 to open with call for rich countries to compensate those vulnerable to climate...

The U.N. climate summit, COP27, opens in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt on Sunday amid growing calls for rich countries to compensate poorer nations…
Interview with actor Eugenio Mastrandrea for “Culturescope”

Interview with actor Eugenio Mastrandrea for “Culturescope”

In an exclusive interview with Culturescope, showrunner and presenter PAUL LAMBIS speaks to Eugenio Mastrandrea, the Italian actor fronting the new Netflix…
Ongoing works to prevent further Pissouri landslides could be waste of money

Ongoing works to prevent further Pissouri landslides could be waste of money

The estimated €30 to €40 million of tax payer’s money to be used for overall works aiming to ensure no further landslides…
Upcoming festival looks at brave new humanity

Upcoming festival looks at brave new humanity

November’s festivals are coming on thick and fast, and will soon include the Work in Process Festival (WIP) presented by the CYENS…
Coming up next at the Nicosia International Festival

Coming up next at the Nicosia International Festival

Dozens of cultural events are planned for the season as part of the Nicosia International Festival. Performances which started in late October…
Development of rural areas a priority says agriculture minister

Development of rural areas a priority says agriculture minister

The development of rural areas is a priority for the government, Agriculture Minister Costas Kadis said on Wednesday. Speaking in Athienou, at…
Global Woman Club Cyprus to hold Limassol anniversary event

Global Woman Club Cyprus to hold Limassol anniversary event

On Friday, November 18, the Global Woman Club Cyprus will celebrate its third anniversary with a day full of positivity and inspiration…
Island-wide pop-up events not to miss this weekend

Island-wide pop-up events not to miss this weekend

The first weekend of November arrives with a packed events agenda. Art markets, intimate performances and pop-up events will add some colour…

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