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Nicosia Municipal Multipurpose Centre along with women's groups and trade unions are today organising a charity event to collect food and money to support Agkaliazo food bank ahead of the holiday season.
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The European Investment Bank has signed an agreement to provide two instruments in support of small and medium-sized companies in Cyprus worth a total EUR 150 mln.
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The investigative Committee on Missing Persons will need at least a decade to complete its task of identifying and returning missing loved ones to their relatives at the present rate without additional funding.
Despite extremely bad weather at least 200 deeply moved Kythrea refugees crossed over on buses to their occupied small town to attend a sombre ceremony for the presentation of the fully renovated church of the Virgin Mary in the Trachoni area.
Cypriot travel agents have joined forces with Ayia Napa hotels to create a festive programme to cater for their Russian customers this Christmas.
A resumption of stalled Cyprus peace talks appears "imminent" after the divided island's leaders made progress in resolving a standoff, a Turkish official said on Thursday.
The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce welcomed Qatar Airways' decision to schedule flights to Cyprus as of April 29. "Business relations between Cyprus and Qatar are expanding rapidly, many Cypriot firms now have a presence there, many Cypriots work as sub-contractors in the Gulf state," spokesperson Elena Tanou said.
Property prices continued to fall in the third quarter, according to the RICS Cyprus Property Price Index, that showed significant reductions in all major urban areas, with sale and rent prices dropping.
Disy president Averof Neophytou and unions representing workers at the Port Authority agreed to disagree on the issue of privatisation of the semi-government organisation.
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.
About two million real Christmas trees will be sold in B.C. over the next two weeks.
Local services are bracing themselves to deal with possible repercussions from extreme weather conditions, expected to hit the island today.
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.