Ministry of Transport is promoting a bill with new measures to improve road safety in Cyprus. The bill was approved by the cabinet has been submitted to the parliament and if voted will be in effect within 2017. Here’s what it includes: The introduction of narco-test for drivers. The Ministry of Transport has already allocated […]
Geography Now! is an attempt to profile all countries in the World. The following 9 minute video is their take on Cyprus. Its a fast paced presentation of several features, such as political division, religion, demographics etc. It’s also surprising accurate. Enjoy!
Romanian airline, Blue Air announced at a press conference yesterday that its adding more destinations to their schedule from Larnaca airport. Starting from 25th April 2016, passengers can fly direct using Blue Air to London’s Luton airport with prices starting at €34.95 one way inc. taxes. Dates for direct flights to Tel Aviv and Tehran […]
Following Cyprus Airways closure, British Airways announced an increase in the number of flights to Larnaca for its Summer 2015 schedule. BA will be flying 13 times a week from London’s Heathrow Terminal 5 to Larnaca (up from 7 times a week). Economy return ticket prices will start at 249 euro. British Airways will have […]
The new year has kick-started winter in Cyprus, with an expected drop in temperature by 2 degrees in the next two days and rain storms in many areas. Snowfall in Troodos continues, where the temperature during the day today is at 2c. The police announced that due to frost, all roads to Troodos are only […]
Yesterday the plan for Cyprus’s Digital Strategy has been approved by the Cabinet. The plan covers 3 years starting with 2015 and its part of the wider plan to restructure the economy and create new jobs. 75% of the implementation costs will come from EU funds. The objectives of the plan include: Modernisation of the […]
Even though the economic situation in Cyprus doesn’t seem to be getting any better (some would argue its getting worse), car sales continue to increase. According to the Cyprus Statistical Service, private saloon-type car sales increased by 30.2% (10120 cars registered) during the first 7 months of 2014 compared to the same period last year. […]