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No food at Aradippou Dog Shelter
LARNACA - `The fire that raged through the Larnaca rural area was finally put out just after midnight. Airborne fire-fighting units were out at dawn pouring water on areas where it was thought...
Key to recovery
The inclusion of Cyprus in EU energy planning renders the energy sector the key to achieving the country`s goals for financial recovery and growth, Minister of Energy, Commerce, Industry and...
Engines for funds
NICOSIA - The universities of Cyprus are capable of becoming the steam engines of the Cypriot collective effort to make the best use of available EU funds, President Nicos Anastasiades said,...
Uni's English plan
The University of Cyprus wants to introduce more English-language post-graduate programmes so as to attract fee paying foreign students, its rector Professor Constantinos Christofides said...
NICOSIA - Cyprus and Israel`s Delek Drilling are in talks about developing a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on the island to tap the East Mediterranean's vast gas discoveries and serve...
Major blaze brought under control after midnight
Energy sector holds key for economic revival
Universities can make most of EU funds
UoC wants English post-grad courses
Cyprus and Israel in talks on LNG terminal
20 June 2013 09:19
No food at Aradippou Dog Shelter
Aradippou’s Animal shelter desperately needs food and money, or will be unable to continue to feed the 180 stray dogs under its care.
With appeals to local authorities falling on deaf ears,
20 June 2013 09:46
LARNACA - Rural Larnaca was engulfed in flames yesterday as a massive fire threatened homes and motorists and caused chaos on the Nicosia-Limassol motorway.
Firemen were yesterday still
20 June 2013 09:13
NICOSIA - Cyprus is not seeking to renegotiate the memorandum agreed with the Troika, Government Spokesman Christos Stylianides said on Wednesday, commenting on a report by the "Financial
19 June 2013 20:48
Sheridan on his way to APOEL
NICOSIA - Former Celtic and CSKA Sofia striker Cillian Sheridan has signed for APOEL after reports yesterday emerged that the Cypriot champions had agreed an undisclosed fee for the Kilmarnock
19 June 2013 19:33
England into Champions Trophy final
England powered through to the final of the Champions Trophy yesterday with a seven-wicket victory over a South Africa side who once again underperformed in a major semi-final.
18 June 2013 22:10
Brumbies end Lions run
The ACT Brumbies ended a 42-year drought for Australian provincial teams against the British and Irish Lions, holding on for a 14-12 upset victory in wet and slippery conditions after a hail storm in
19 June 2013 19:54
70 BoC branches going
The Bank of Cyprus (BoC) aims to remain with 120-130 branches out of its current 202 by the end of its restructuring plan within three years, its press office told The Cyprus Daily
19 June 2013 17:30
BoC slashes pay
The Bank of Cyprus (BoC) yesterday approved pay cuts of up to 30% for 5,760 employees in Cyprus with effect from this month.
The biggest lender’s board also approved the abolition of a large
18 June 2013 22:13
Fat cats at the palace
It appears the government doesn’t practice the austerity that it preaches after it was revealed that eight people hired at the Presidential Palace following Nicos Anastasiades’ election earn a
Sopranos star dies
ROME - James Gandolfini, the burly actor best known for his Emmy-winning...
Attack kills politician
BAGHDAD — Iraqi officials say a suicide attack has killed a local...
Guides drop God pledge
LONDON — Britain's Girl Guides have dropped a reference to God in their...
TWA 800 probe call
NEW YORK — Former investigators are pushing to reopen the probe into the 1996...
Moving closer to sainthood
VATICAN CITY — Pope John Paul II has moved a step closer to...
Assange stays put in embassy
A year ago, Julian Assange skipped out on a date with Swedish justice....
Standing man is new symbol
Performance artist Erdem Gunduz became the new symbol of anti-government...
Nigella 'attack' probed
LONDON — British police are investigating newspaper photos that show art...
Hacking reports raise hackles
LONDON — A newspaper report that British eavesdropping agency GCHQ repeatedly...
Double challenge for Samaras
ATHENS Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras faced a double challenge Monday...
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