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The Cyprus parliament passed an unconstitutional law that could have resulted in problematic and even dangerous properties being sold to unsuspecting...[full story]
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690 new cases of COVID-19, six deaths on Thursday
The Health Ministry announced the death of six persons due to COVID-19. This raises the death toll from the virus in Cyprus to 283, 186 men and 97 women with...
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Christodoula March to be “standing” due to the pandemic
For the second year in a row, the annual Christodoula March has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of a march, the personnel of the Cyprus Anti-Cancer Society...
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Nurses of Athalassa Hospital protest outside Parliament
Just before the beginning of the House Health Committee meeting, nurses of the Athalassa Psychiatric Hospital staged a protest outside Parliament. They said that occupancy at the Athalassa Hospital has...
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Vaccination Portal re-opens
The Vaccination Portal re-opened at 14:30, after the technical problems presented in the morning. According to a relevant announcement of the Health Ministry, until 15:30, meaning within 30 minutes 4,260...
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Health Ministry warns epidemiological outlook fragile, situation could get out of control
Cyprus Health Minister, Constantinos Ioannou, said on Thursday that the epidemiological outlook is fragile and the situation could get out of control. In statements after the vaccination of members of...
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Where to get a rapid test on Friday, 16 April
Aiming at the continuous surveillance of the community and the workplaces, the free programmes of rapid antigen testing of the general population and employees are in progress. For the smooth...
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“Terry’s place”: the hidden gem of Limassol
Terry’s place is a small family restaurant on a side street near the Limassol Zoo. The kind and hospitable owner offers great food – from traditional Greek and Cypriot dishes...
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Target to vaccinate 45-year old by beginning of May
Cyprus will today break the barrier of 200,000 vaccinations. Until 14 April, 198,060 vaccinations had taken place, including 141,000 who only had the first does and 57,060 who had both...
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Majority of parties “veto” postponement of elections
Most parties, particularly the bigger ones, do not want to hear anything about postponement of the parliamentary elections. According to Phileleftheros information, House Speaker Adamos Adamou discussed the issue within...
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Four in 10 people in Cyprus do not budget for their expenses, according to a survey by the Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) which laid out the problem of low...
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In the end, the fear of being blamed by businesses and the self-employed of depriving them of much-needed cash liquidity persuaded the opposition parties to end the silly games about...
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Arsenal cruised past Slavia Prague 4-0 to book a Europa League semi-final spot on Thursday with three quick-fire goals in seven first-half minutes to advance 5-1 on aggregate. Alexandre Lacazette...
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More than half of children and teenagers in Europe show signs of social dysfunction due to lockdown measures, while 10 per cent are severely depressed, according to a study carried...
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A dance troupe’s performance at an Australian navy event created a furore on Thursday as initial criticism over apparent twerking at dignitaries turned into a story of inaccurate media coverage...
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Parliament on Thursday rejected a government proposal for holding a single island-wide referendum on the planned merger of municipalities as part of a drive to reform local government. The decision...
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If one Tyrannosaurus rex – the school bus-sized meat-eating dinosaur that stalked the Cretaceous Period landscape – seems impressive, how about 2.5 billion of them? Researchers on Thursday unveiled the...
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The government has tabled a bill that would enable law enforcement to track down the identity of people posting on social media platforms, allowing police to secure court warrants if...
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In a turnaround, opposition parties – particularly Diko – on Thursday agreed that a government bill on state-backed loans will go to the plenum for a vote on April 22...
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