Cyprus News and Events

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Whats On In Cyprus Local News

Coronavirus: More children admitted to Makarios Hospital

There has been an increase in the number of children admitted to Makarios Hospital with Covid-19, the head of the hospital’s pediatric department Dr Avraam Elia told the Cyprus News Agency on Wednesday. He attributed the increase to the lifting of restrictive measures and the BA5 Omicron sub-variant. “The last… Cyprus Mail …


Man, 22, killed in Limassol road collision

A young man died in a road accident on Friday afternoon in Limassol. Identified as 22-year-old Vassilis Chiras, he was a passenger on a high-capacity motorcycle driven by a 21-year-old. The new fatality occurred on Domnitsas Lanitou Kavounidou Street, when under circumstances under investigation, a car driven by a 39-year-old… Cyprus Mail …


In Tarantula Nebula, a stunning view of stars being born

Astronomers have peered into a teeming stellar nursery in the Tarantula Nebula – a colossal cloud of gas and dust next door to our galaxy – gaining new understanding of the dynamics of star formation while obtaining a dazzling image of the cosmos. Researchers on Wednesday said their observations offered… Cyprus Mail …


Anastasiades: State stands by all sports clubs

The government stands by all sports clubs without exception, President Nicos Anastasiades said at the inauguration ceremony of the Aek Larnaca academy sports centre on Wednesday evening. In his greeting, the president congratulated the management of the football club for naming the sports centre Nicolas Theodotou in memory of the… Cyprus Mail …



UK PM Boris Johnson wins confidence vote with 59% share

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a confidence vote on Monday but by a relatively modest margin, seeing off a challenge to his leadership brought by lawmakers within his Conservative Party. Johnson won the vote 211 to 148, according to Graham Brady, chairman of the party committee that oversaw the ballot…. Cyprus Mail …


This is why the Bahamas were given a royal seal of approval

By Ed Elliot “When they came to The Bahamas, we told them: ‘Hey, you saved the best till last’,” recounts Marcus with a smile. “We rolled out the red carpet for them.” Negotiating the compact streets of downtown Nassau, the engaging taxi driver provides a brief background of the nation’s… Cyprus Mail …


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Local Cyprus News

  • CyBC’s first lady of English news
    by CM Guest Columnist on June 29, 2022 at 2:30 pm

    THE WAY THINGS ARE By Colette NiReamonn Ioannidou She had been on my mind, so I messaged my former boss at CyBC’s English language department, respected journalist and author Lana der Parthogh, to ask if she knew what had happened to Anne Partelides, we had lost touch when I left...

  • Top 7 reasons why you should visit Malta
    by CM Guest Columnist on June 29, 2022 at 12:07 pm

    The Southern-European country of Malta sits on an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. It was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans as Melita, meaning the “island of honey”.  And once we took a closer look at this fascinating place, we discovered that a trip to Malta is still a...

  • 23 years at the head of a drug rehab centre
    by Theo Panayides on June 29, 2022 at 11:00 am

    In the calm and controlled woman in charge of the island’s rehabilitation programme THEO PANAYIDES finds someone driven by compassion fighting fiercely for the less fortunate and against the delusion there is no drugs problem in Cyprus Yesterday was a tough day, sighs Tina Pavlou, sitting in her tiny office...

  • How to paint Wimbledon-inspired nails like Andy Murray
    by CM Guest Columnist on June 28, 2022 at 4:30 pm

    By Prudence Wade When you think of Andy Murray at Wimbledon, you might not immediately think of a fresh manicure. And yet the tennis pro is always subverting our expectations – and at this year’s competition, he’s all about on-trend nails. Murray has teamed up celebrity manicurist Michelle Humphrey –...

  • We’ve got it covered says band
    by Paul Lambis on June 28, 2022 at 2:30 pm

    For a local cover band it’s all about the music discovers PAUL LAMBIS A cover band might conjure up images of a mundane act that performs at wedding after wedding with little fanfare. But, as with any impersonation act, some embrace the role more than others. These well-trained performers serve...