Cobalt, the new Cypriot airline, received its commercial license and is ready to start taking bookings. The first flight will take place on 7th July and the following routes will be initially available flying from Larnaca to UK (London, Manchester), Greece (Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion) and Ireland (Dublin). Additional routes will start later in July from […]
Today, Cypriots are called to vote for the 56 parliamentary representatives. A total of 1136 polling stations, including 6 in UK and Greece, opened at 07:00 and will close at 18:00. Final results are expected before midnight tonight. 493 candidates from 12 political parties / movements and some independent candidates are competing for 56 places. […]
2659000 tourists from abroad enjoyed holidays in Cyprus during 2015. A record number only topped by the arrivals of the years 2000 and 2001. The top 5 countries which also account for over 70% of the tourists in Cyprus are Britain (1041000 tourists), Russia (525000 tourists), Greece (140000 tourists), Germany (112000 tourists), and Israel (99000 tourists). […]
Despite the fact that the previous government appointed him as the governor of the central bank Mr Panicos Demetriades is blames Demetris Christofias government for the current situation in the banking sector and the economy in general. He unveiled that Laiki Bank was not shut down last June because the former president implied that it should be kept on […]
After the painful Eurogroup decistion, Cyprus celebrated yesterday, Greece’s independence day with the annual student parade.
Turkey announced that will be sending military frigates in order to prevent the planned drilling on 1st October for oil and natural gas within the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cyprus.
A Facebook fan page came to our attention and we thought it would be good for people here to know about it. The page campaigns against Cypriots in Greece blaming them for all of Greece’s troubles.