Annie Charalambous

Police fine 103 citizens, 3 premises for covid measures breach in 24 hours

Police fined 103 citizens and three establishments all across Cyprus  over the past 24 hours for violation of  measures aiming to curb the spread...

Attorney General: children should receive comprehensive sexuality education

The Attorney General in Cyprus has clarified that sexuality is an integral part of human life and children should receive reliable, science-based and comprehensive...

Nicosia, Athens draw red line on principles of Cyprus problem’s solution

Nicosia and Athens have jointly drawn a red line on the principles of the Cyprus problem’s solution in view of an informal UN-brokered summit...

Greece, Israel sign agreement on tourism during PM’s visit

Greece and Israel signed an accord on Monday evening to ease travel restrictions to Greece for Israelis with proof of COVID-19 vaccination, a move Athens hopes will...

What you need to know about the coronavirus right now

Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus right now: Coronavirus testing collapses in Myanmar after coup Testing for coronavirus has collapsed in Myanmar after...

Merkel, in call with Erdogan, welcomes eastern Med progress

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in a video conference with her Turkish counterpart President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, welcomed recent positive developments in the eastern Mediterranean,...

Mainly fine on Tuesday, with thin dust in the air

Mainly fine on Tuesday with thin dust in the air and for early in the morning. Winds will be light to moderate, 3 to 4...

A Cypriot MP gets annual gross salary of about €43,683

With May’s parliamentary elections in Cyprus just around the corner, political parties are slowly but steadily unfolding their lists of candidates. Also unfolding are the...

Citizens demand Archbishop’s prosecution over listed buildings’ demolition

A group of active citizens are calling on the Attorney General to prosecute Cyprus Archbishop Chrysostomos over his recent criminal decision to order the...

Biden administration moves to re-join UN Human Rights Council

U.S. President Joe Biden's administration will reengage with the United Nations Human Rights Council, three years after former President Donald Trump withdrew over what...

What recovery? Clothes retailers cut orders while factories fight to survive

Clothes retailers in Europe and America sit on excess inventory and cut back on spring orders. Sourcing agents face late payments. Garment factories in Bangladesh are...

Post-lockdown opening of retail sector comes with big sales

The opening on Monday of the retail trade sector after almost a month-long lockdown in Cyprus comes with big sales. And with shop-keepers already...

Young man trying to hang washed clothes falls into apt complex hole

A young man trying to hang washed clothes fell from a height of about four metres into an uncovered area of ​​an apartment building...

Missed calls on mobiles from unknown overseas numbers are a scam, police warn

Police on Monday warned the public not to call back any missed calls on their mobile phones from unknown overseas numbers because this is...

One quarter of Cyprus population gets antigen rapid test between Feb 1-7

In view of Monday’s reopening of the retail trade and business sectors a total of 208,000 antigen rapid tests for the coronavirus were carried...

Greece extends restrictions on international flights to February 22

Greece has extended restrictions on domestic and international flights until February 15 and February 22 respectively to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Under the...

Greece hit by power cuts after fire breaks out at power station

Regions across Greece were hit by power cuts on Sunday night after a fire broke out at a high-voltage power station in a suburb of Athens,...

Partly cloudy on Monday, with light to moderate winds

Partly cloudy on Monday with local fog and low cloud in the morning and light to moderate mainly north-easterly winds blowing. The force of the...

Police fine 172 citizens in 24 hours over breach of covid measures

Police reported 172 citizens out of 12,308 checks carried out island-wide in the last 24 hours for violations of COVID measures. A police spokesperson told...

Solar power licensing in Souskious halted because of protected Natura 2000 areas

The Department of Environment has halted solar power licensing in Souskious area in Paphos because it may have a negative impact on the protected...

Young Polish man missing since Monday morning – PHOTOS

Police are looking for Polish national LUKASZ DAWID PISZCZEK, aged 33, missing from his home in coastal Larnaca since early morning on Monday. He is...

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Where to get a rapid test on Tuesday, 9 March

Aiming at the continuous surveillance of the community and the workplaces, the free programmes of rapid antigen testing of the general population and employees...

SA Black pilot inspires women to reach for the sky

Refilwe Ledwaba is South Africa's first Black female helicopter pilot and today she's helping other young women to break the glass ceiling and take...

Germans welcome first re-opening stage as some businesses allowed to reopen

Germans joyfully welcomed the re-opening of its first businesses on Monday (March 8) after four months of lockdown. "I think it's wonderful. I think it's...

90% of complaints for sexual harassment come from public sector

The biggest number of complaints about sexual harassment at work has been submitted by women, Maria Stylianou Lottides, Commissioner for Administration and Human Rights,...

23-year-old arrested for attack with Molotov against bank

The Limassol CID arrested a 23-year-old for an attack with Molotov cocktail outside a bank in Limassol. The act occurred on 13 December 2020 in...