Cyprus Property News

Although progress with the construction of the Ayia Napa marina is moving ahead as planned, it seems that more time may be needed to complete some of...[full story]
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Moody’s rating agency has warned that changes to the foreclosure law will lengthen the time it takes for banks to foreclose on properties making it...[full story]
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Legal action against the government's decision to award contracts for the Larnaca marina and port to be developed by an Israeli consortium have been...[full story]
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The Finance Minister has warned that Cyprus may face consequences over changes to the foreclosure legislation passed by parliament on Friday and has...[full story]
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In 2017, Cyprus granted residence permits to 18,971 non-EU citizens, according to figures published by Eurostat on Monday, with the majority being...[full story]
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The amendments to the Trapped Buyers law approved by parliament will hopefully help many more property buyers get their Title Deeds, but planning...[full story]
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The revised 'trapped buyers' bill designed to overcome the problems of the current law has been approved unanimously by MPs, but legal services have...[full story]
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Despite MPs being warned that changing the foreclosures legislation would have negative repercussions on the banks and the economy, MPs have voted to...[full story]
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The number of building permits authorised for the construction of new homes in Cyprus during May 2019 was a mere 41 fewer than the total number...[full story]
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Cyprus News

Competitiveness Council makes six recommendations in first report
The Economy and Competitiveness Council has made six key recommendations on the steps that need to be taken in order for the Cypriot economy’s competitiveness to improve. The 179 page ...
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Shipping Deputy Ministry in touch with British companies in view of Brexit, Pilides says
Shipping Deputy Minister Natasa Pilides has said that the ministry is in continuously in touch with British companies it cooperates with in view of the possibility of a disorderly Brexit....
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Turkish fighter jets to fly over occupied Pente Mili to mark invasion anniversary
Two Turkish F-16 fighter jets, currently in Turkish occupied north Cyprus to take part in the ‘celebrations’ of the 1974 Turkish invasion, will fly over Pente Mili beach at 2.15...
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Updated: Strong quake felt in Athens, two people lightly injured
A magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook the Greek capital Athens on Friday, knocking out power and telecommunications in parts of the city and sending people running from buildings in panic. The...
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PeacePlayers welcome refugee children to summer camp programme (video)
PeacePlayers Cyprus, a local NGO that aspires to unite the young people of Cyprus through basketball, recently welcome a number of refugees to its summer camp in Agros, demonstrating that...
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Larnaca in €1.377 m deal to introduce LED street lighting
Larnaca Municipality has signed an agreement with the Electricity Authority of Cyprus to upgrade the town’s street lighting with energy saving LED lights that will slash electricity consumption by an...
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President sends amended foreclosures law back to House
President Nicos Anastasiades on Friday sent back amended legislation effectively delaying the foreclosures process back to the House of Representatives for reconsideration. The president also sent back a new law...
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UN: Two leaders must come to agreement and then reach out to Guterres
The UN’s position is that the two leaders in Cyprus must come to an agreement on the way forward and then reach out to the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres,...
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UNFICYP posts video of air patrol of buffer zone
The UN peace keeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) has posted a short video of an air patrol of the buffer zone on Twitter. WATCH NOW: #UNFICYP air patrol over the...
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News From Cyprus Mail

Cyprus is ‘not competitive’, own report finds
The first-ever report from the island’s competitiveness council presents ‘mixed picture’ CYPRUS’ competitiveness suffers from a weak business sector, low entrepreneurship and firm dynamism, relatively low rates of business innovation...
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Our View: UNSG unlikely to be fooled by leaders’ gimmicks  
THE CYPRUS problem theatre was given a new twist thanks to the publication of Mustafa Akinci’s letter to the UN Secretary-General, requesting the holding of an informal five-party conference on...
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Algeria beat Senegal to win Africa Cup of Nations
Algeria won the Africa Cup of Nations for the second time on Friday when a fortuitous second-minute goal gave them a 1-0 win over Senegal in the final. Baghdad Bounedjah...
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Cypriot and Greek defence ministers discuss Turkish activities in EEZ
The defence ministers of Cyprus and Greece, Savvas Angelides and Nicos Panagiotopoulos on Friday discussed Turkish activities in the island’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) during their official talks in Nicosia....
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Lowry, Holmes share Open lead at the halfway mark
A year after sacking his caddie following his fourth straight missed cut in the Open, Ireland’s Shane Lowry will take a share of the lead into the third round of...
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Iran forces say they seized British-flagged oil tanker in Gulf
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said on Friday they had captured a British-flagged oil tanker in the Gulf after Britain seized an Iranian vessel earlier this month, further raising tensions along a...
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Turkish Cypriots to mark 1974 invasion with flyover, parade
A number of Turkey’s F16 fighter jets will stage a flyover early on Saturday in the area of the Pente Mili beach in Kyrenia where the Turkish army landed on...
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‘No doubt about it,’ Trump says as Iran challenges his report of drone downing
President Donald Trump said there was “no doubt” the U.S. Navy had brought down an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz this week while Tehran showed video footage that...
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Real GDP growth will slow in 2019, UCy says
The University of Cyprus’ Economics Research Centre has predicted that real GDP growth will slow from 3.9 per cent in 2018 to 3.4 per cent in 2019, a rate which...
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Cyprus Upcoming Events

Date: Thursday, August 15th, 2019 Time: 23:00 - 05:00 District: Paphos Venue: Summer Club Category: Music
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Date: Thursday, November 7th, 2019 Time: 20:00 - 23:00 District: Limassol Venue: Spyros Kyprianou Athletic Centre Category: Music
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Date: Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 Time: 21:00 District: Limassol Venue: Municipal Gardens Theater Category: Music
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Date: Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 Time: 19:30 District: Limassol Venue: Heroes Square Category: Music
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Date: Friday, September 20th, 2019 Time: 20:30 District: Limassol Venue: Heroes Square Category: Music
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Date: Thursday, September 19th, 2019 Time: 20:30 District: Limassol Venue: Curium Ancient Theater Category: Theater
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Date: Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 Time: 20:30 District: Larnaca Venue: Pattichion Municipal Amphitheatre Category: Theater
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Date: Saturday, August 17th, 2019 Time: 19:30 District: Limassol Venue: Moniatis Community Park Category: Music
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Date: Thursday, August 15th, 2019 Time: 20:00 - 01:00 District: Nicosia Venue: Kakopetria Category: Music
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