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Limassol in top 100 world cities

Limassol is amongst the top 100 cities of the world according in the ‘Quality of Living Index’ produced by Mercer, one of the world’s largest HR consultancy firms, that evaluated local living conditions in more than 450 cities.

Troika back in Cyprus

Representatives from the troika of Cyprus’ international lenders, the IMF, EC and the ECB, have been in Cyprus since Monday conducting a fourth post-programme review, which they are expected to complete next Friday.

Paphos marina decision soon

A decision on Paphos marina, which has been stalled by bureaucracy and delayed by legal battles since an initial study was carried out almost 30 years ago, is due to be made in the coming weeks by a new committee appointed by the Council of Ministers.

Tempers run high at sea caves meeting

Tempers ran high at a Peyia sea caves meeting with the mayor Marinos Lambrou telling Astra Radio that a war had been declared war against the Pegeia municipality and lies and misinformation are being spread in the media.

Measures to protect sea caves

The Cyprus Minister of Agriculture, Costas Kadis,will announce twenty measures to resolve an on-going debate over developments near the environmentally sensitive sea caves area in Pegeia.

Determined action over Title Deed fiasco

AKEL has seized the initiative to settle the long-standing Title Deed cum fraud mess with proposals that should enable all trapped buyers to obtain the Title Deed for the properties they’ve purchased.

Measures to tackle non-performing loans

The Commission is today proposing an ambitious and comprehensive package of measures to tackle non-performing loans in Europe, capitalising on the significant progress already made in reducing risks in the banking sector.

Sea caves desecration continues

The construction of so-called luxury properties in the sea caves area of Pegeia in Paphos has infuriated many in the village as the desecration of Cyprus’ environment and natural beauty continues.

Pissouri homeowners running out of hope

Property owners in the devastated lakes (Limnes) area of Pissouri are still waiting for the government to fulfil its promise to pay for sorting out the mess caused by land slippage in the area.

Permits for new homes down 18 per cent

The number of new homes in Cyprus for which building permits have been issued fell by 18.1 per cent in December 2017 compared to December 2016 according to the Cyprus Statistical Service.

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