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In today's episode, Nicosia's mayor proudly unveiled the revamped Makarios Avenue just in time for Christmas. There's the latest on Covid-19: all over 18s are now eligible for boosters, while the government has said that there are fewer absences at schools over the measures. All this and more in your Daily News Briefing, brought to you by the Cypru…
 
Could the Omicron Covid variant bring herd immunity? The EU Commission Vice President lambasts some MEPs about migration; Cypriots take to the streets to save the Akamas peninsula from unbridled development; it's been Italian cuisine week
 
In today's episode, a Syrian man was remanded in custody for eight days in Limassol yesterday over the premeditated murder of two women whose bodies were found in Kato Amiandos village. In other news, Covid-19 cases continue to rise with 706 new infections reported on Monday, a day which also saw the also saw the introduction of stricter measures a…
 
In today's episode, the bodies of two Russian women missing since November were found early on Sunday morning at a holiday home in Kato Amiantos after a man suspected of abducting them confessed to their murder. In other news, torrential rains and hail that fell in a short period of time in and around Larnaca created problems in several communities…
 
In today's episode, Pope Francis began his visit by praising Cyprus as being geographically small, but historically great. The latest Covid measures were also announced, while police are investigating attacks at primary schools across the island. There's also the latest on the death of a 77-year-old in Polis and the announcement that police have is…
 
In today's episode, we bring you the latest on the Covid-19 restrictive measures which are to be discussed during the council of ministers meeting - such as a work-from-home order for up to 20 per cent of a business' workforce. Disgruntled parents are also continuing their protests over the measures imposed at schools, such as the mask mandate. The…
 
In today's episode, Cyprus continues to reel under the pressure of increasing migrant arrivals, as the interior ministry said yesterday the figures are 70 per cent higher than the previous year. In other news, teachers’ and parents’ associations have condemned threats against educators as some parents continued to protest against Covid measures for…
 
In today's episode, stricter measures at airports and the crossing points with the north are likely, Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas said yesterday. EU health commissioner Stella Kyriakides said stopping flights from southern Africa was a necessary step in trying to deal with the new Omicron variant. In other news, investigations are continu…
 
In today’s news, the health ministry has announced that non-urgent operations are to be postponed as the state healthcare services organisation OKYPY is preparing for a possible increase in hospitalisations following the emergence of the new Coronavirus variant. Elsewehere, the association of recreation centres Osika has called on the state to supp…
 
In today’s episode, Covid-19 once again dominates the news cycle as it was announced that children from the age of five will be eligible for the vaccine. There’s also the fallout following the announcement of new restrictions, as parents plan to protest. On a positive note, there’s the latest on Cyprus’ push for electric car use.…
 
Birds flown in from Spain give a welcome boost to Cyprus' endangered Griffon Vulture population; will funding for the revamp of central Nicosia be withdrawn if cars are allowed to circulate? As Native Americans mark Thanksgiving we discuss the impact of their culture on US society
 
In today's episode, the government has announced new measures to fight the Covid surge, including mask mandates for children aged six and above and a SafePass for those between six and 11. In other news, police are cracking down on immigrants residing in Cyprus without the proper permits and, in the north, Turkish Cypriot newspapers have described …
 
In today's episode, Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas has said the aim of the new Covid-19 measures to be announced on Wednesday is to save the Christmas holidays. In other news, some six million kilos of Halloumi remain unsold mainly because of the pandemic and Paphos mayor Phedonas Phedonos accused his town’s police of turning a blind eye to…
 
In today’s episode, the European Commission will be drafting proposals to harmonise the duration of the validity of the Covid-19 vaccination certificate, while Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas has discussed new measures with his scientific advisory team as infections continue to spiral. In other Covid-related news, the first antiviral pill fo…
 
In today's news, a subsidy scheme for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles is set for approval next month, however there are some concerns with certain aspects of its feasibility. In other news, an apparent tweak to the UK’s Covid travel rules could dampen plans for those Cypriot residents hoping to visit the UK for Christmas, and Cyprus' health mi…
 
In today's episode, we hear that further cuts to electricity bills are on the way to help households tackle the rise in prices. There are also positive developments on the offshore natural gas projects. Another arrest has been made in the bizarre alleged plot to murder the chairman of the Limassol school commission Dinos Ellinas. And from Monday, v…
 
In today's episode, the remains of a woman initially reported to have been removed from her grave have been finally located inside it. Elsewhere, Agriculture Minister Costas Kadis watched yesterday as the first batch of halloumi made according to protected designation of origin specifications was produced and 25 Griffon vultures are set to arrive i…
 
In today's episode, a new neonatal ICU is to be created to facilitate the work of medical professionals and to allow parents to spend more time with their premature babies. Staying with health, coronavirus boosters will be available for all those aged 40 and above as of today. Elsewhere, a music video for a pop song shot in Varosha has caused offen…
 
In this episode, we outline the rollout of booster shots for all adults in Cyprus, which was approved by the cabinet on Monday. No additional restrictive measures will be introduced for the time being. Elswehere, student demonstrations marked the 38th anniversary of the Turkish Cypriots unilateral declaration of independence and EU foreign policy c…
 
In today's episode, DNA tests are set to confirm the identity of the driver of a car killed in a crash early Sunday morning. In other news, a blue Black Friday looms as a chip shortage bites, leaving shoppers in Cyprus with fewer products to choose from, and a crucial government plan to improve treatment for dementia sufferers is still being assess…
 
In today's episode we discuss Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas' upcoming meeting with the coronavirus advisory team in an apparent bid to hash out differences of opinion. We also look at the migration issue in the island, as Interior Minister Nicos Nouris on Thursday said there was no magic solution to tackling the problem. Meanwhile, authori…
 
The Parliamentary Ethics Committee discusses ways to ensure transparency in MP's declarations of assets; the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage receives the Europa Nostra Award; Cyprus was an important stop-off for 15th century travellers to the Middle East
 
In today's episode, the government will seek the European Commission's permission to suspend asylum applications from irregular migrants entering the country via the buffer zone. We also discuss the Covid-19 situation in Cyprus and the strong winds in Nicosia on Wednesday. This and more in today's briefing.…
 
In today’s episode, we hear that a price rise for fresh milk has been avoided but there is continued speculation that increases for other goods are expected. Police are also investigating the case of a 26-year-old who claims that she was given a fake Covid-19 vaccine certificate, while the suspect claims that she was in on it. There’s also the late…
 
In today's episode, Interior Minister Nicos Nouris has told MPs that Cyprus is in a state of emergency as regards irregular migration, mainly coming through the buffer zone via the north. In other news, the government has given the nod to almost 400 passports for foreign nationals applying under the now-defunct citizenship-by-investment scheme, and…
 
In today's episode, we hear how the island's reservoirs are only at just over 50 per cent capacity due to the dearth of rainfall for this time of the year. In other news, opposition AKEL has called for a meeting of the National Council to discuss a six-page document for a decentralised federation that was drawn up by the Greek Cypriot side, and a 3…
 
In today’s episode, we hear that the WHO is gravely concerned over rising Covid-19 infections in Europe, as Cyprus is also undergoing a noticeable increase. The government has announced new measures such as the mandatory implementation of the CovScan application and the over 50s now being eligible for boosters. There’s also the deal signed with Isr…
 
In today’s episode, we hear that Cyprus has topped 125,000 reported Covid-19 cases. Still on the virus, a father has lost a case to vaccinate his two teenage children despite their mother’s objection. There’s also shenanigans involving civil servants, a debate on femicide, and the need for Cyprus to reduce its emissions - or risk paying even higher…
 
Gender equality isn't just about women: Sweden's Coordinator of Feminist Foreign Policy gives us the bigger picture; should Ecocide be added to the remit of the International Criminal Court? Larnaca goes digital with a virtual reality tour
 
In today’s episode, President Nicos Anastasiades has told the 26th UN Climate Conference (COP26) in Glasgow that more than €500 million will be allocated by the Cyprus government by 2026 for policies to tackle climate change. In covid-related news, Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas said the stepping up of measures against the coronavirus is no…
 
In today’s episode, Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas said the government had planned to further relax Covid-19 measures, but this was scuppered by the emergence of the Delta Plus sub-variant. In other news, Limassol district court has found a doctor guilty of medical negligence and ordered to pay compensation to a patient of more than €230,00…
 
In today's episode, importers and manufacturers are warning that while some price increases have so far been kept from the consumer, they cannot remain so, and the full impact will be felt in the new year. In other news, Paphos district court has remanded two people for five days in connection with a stabbing incident over the weekend; the remains …
 
In today’s episode, we hear that Russians are booking hotels in Cyprus to avoid a harsh lockdown back home. There’s also a Eurostat report which shows that 19 per cent of Cypriot children are at risk of poverty, a supreme court case on phone data which has upset the police, and Ochi day celebrations.…
 
In today's episode, Larnaca district court has found three teenagers guilty in the bullying death of a 16-year-old who died from alcohol poisoning in April 2019. In other news, Cypriot citizenship will be granted to two children with a Greek Cypriot mother and Turkish Cypriot father on humanitarian grounds, and the Bar Association is investigating …
 
In today’s episode, we take a look at the spiralling costs for energy, raw materials and basic goods which were discussed in a House commerce committee meeting. We also take a look at the naturalisation of two children of a bicommunal couple who have so far been refused Cypriot citizenship as well as Pope Francis’ up coming visit to the island. All…
 
In today’s episode, the health ministry has announced that the Delta Plus sub-variant has now officially arrived in Cyprus. In other news, the pilot operation of eight traffic cameras started on Monday morning with the aim of reducing road accidents, and an inquest into the death of a 29-year-old man from Greece is set for November. All these stori…
 
In today's episode, a 30-year old man suspected of people smuggling has been arrested after a boat with irregular migrants arrived in Paralimni in the early hours of Sunday. In other news, police have issued over 1,000 fines over the weekend after conducting intense traffic checks in all districts. All these stories and more on your daily news brie…
 
In today’s episode, we hear that parliament has passed legislation regulating the use of traffic cameras on roads. There’s also the latest from the diplomatic efforts between Cyprus and Russia, a move by the health minister to update the 1932 law on infectious diseases and a revision of the ‘pay-as-you-throw’ programme. All this and much more.…
 
In today's episode, the transport ministry has delayed the rollout of fines after newly installed traffic cameras recorded about 500 violations in just two hours at a junction in Nicosia. Elsewhere, Turkish Cypriot "prime minister" Ersan Saner resigned after a compromising video went viral on social media and MPs in Cyprus started discussing the in…
 
In today's episode, we take a look at the cost that the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic had on the island's health service. Elsewhere, a sex education programme is about to be implemented in primary schools starting next November and a new tenders procedure inviting bids for a Cyprus-Greece ferry link should be rolled out soon. All this and more in today…
 
In today’s episode, the government has announced that it will investigate the possibility of price caps on essential goods, in a bid to deal with spiralling price increases. In other news, the defence minister has called for Cyprus to boost defence spending, in light of what he described as Turkey’s inflexible and increasingly hostile attitude. In …
 
In today's episode, the issues surrounding the opening up of the fenced-off area of Varosha in the north of the island, is on the agenda of the Council of Foreign Affairs of the European Union in Luxembourg later today. In other news, Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar has said, "There are no grounds for the start of new Cyprus talks." All these st…
 
In today's episode, there's the latest on the coronavirus as booster shots for those aged 60 and above are expected. There's also the latest on worrying reports of surging costs, while the foreign minister has discussed the Varosha developments. Finally, the independent police watchdog has recommended the launch of criminal and disciplinary procedu…
 
In today's episode, we discuss the temporary suspension of government support to the farmers hit by the massive increase in the price of animal feed. Elsewhere, the Turkish Cypriot side began a new phase of the opening up of Varosha and MPs are considering banning fireworks in the island altogether. All this and more in today's briefing…
 
In today's episode, President Nicos Anastasiades said he is determined to solve all problems in the island's public hospitals. Elsewhere, Covid-19 booster shots are now available to the over 65s and controversial MP Andreas Themistocleous said he will not give up his parliamentary seat after his expulsion from Elam. All this and more in today's bri…
 
In today's episode, the state health services organisation has said “effective planning” proved decisive in ensuring the country’s low coronavirus mortality rate. In other news, police in Cyprus have arrested a so-called high value suspect as part of a European operation against an organised crime group involved in binary fraud; the state Audit Off…
 
In today's episode, state hospitals are facing serious issues, as patients say they are suffering the consequences of tensions between health professionals and the organisation in charge of running them. In other news, President Nicos Anastasiades said that despite pressure, the Turkish demand to recognise the occupied areas so talks on solving the…
 
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