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5 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Change of heart: Cypriot-British economist Sir Christopher Pissarides was once a passionate believer in the benefits of the single currency One of the world's leading economists will today admit he was wrong to back the creation of the euro - and call for it to be dismantled.
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13 hrs ago | Canada.com
About two million real Christmas trees will be sold in B.C. over the next two weeks.
21 hrs ago | The Financial Mirror
Local services are bracing themselves to deal with possible repercussions from extreme weather conditions, expected to hit the island today.
21 hrs ago | The Financial Mirror
A cooperation protocol between Cyprus and Russia was signed Tuesday in Moscow at the end of the meeting of the Seventh Cyprus-Russia Intergovernmental Committee for Economic Cooperation.
The use of mobile broadband connection in 2013 by Cypriot enterprises reached 56.2% compared to 49.0% in 2012, according to the results of the annual survey "Information and Communication Technologies Usage and E-Commerce in Enterprises 2013", announced Monday Cyprus` Statistical Service.
As the festive season draws closer animal welfare organisations are reminding the public that live animals should never be given as Christmas presents.
Although it's still too early to say for sure whether or not Cyprus will be having a white Christmas, snow-including lowland snowfall-is expected as early as tomorrow.
Property prices in Cyprus fell by up to 20 percent on an annual basis between July and September, a survey showed on Tuesday in the wake of the island's banking crisis.
Ukrainian celebrities from the world of TV, music and sport descended on Paphos recently to take part in filming for a popular TV show which will showcase the tourism delights of Cyprus.
A 51-year-old Greek Cypriot man was arrested on Monday in connection with a shooting outside a primary school in Faneromeni Avenue.
My plan was to talk about a cultural event that caught my eye as an innovation in terms of classical singing: Established tenor Marios Andreou performing orchestrated cavafy poems, celebrating 150 years from his birth, in a well-organised, multi-sponsored idea.
Postponing Nicosia's proposed Culture Palace leaves a serious risk of losing the a 15 million that has already been spent on it.
A suspected Bulgarian conman was yesterday remanded in police custody for eight days on suspicion of defrauding 423 jobless Cypriots out of a 260,000 to find them work that didn't exist.
Representatives from Paphos' tourism sector have met urgently amid reports the town's airport may be excluded from the open skies agreement with Russia.
Texas-based Noble Energy could launch a fresh appraisal of quantities in a subsea natural gas reservoir off Cyprus next year, and look for new hydrocarbon sources in the same area, officials said on Monday.
Minister of Defence Fotis Fotiou has said that Cyprus has denounced to the EU and the UN Turkey's provocative actions in Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone.
Eurozone Ministers of Finance convene today in Brussels. The Eurogroup is expected to discuss about Cyprus' privatization road map, which is a precondition for the next tranche of Cyprus' assistance program.