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Destructive Cyprus fires are “the biggest tragedy to hit Cyprus” since 1974

Cyprus is being plagued by devastating fires. The blaze which broke out on Saturday afternoon outside the village of Arakapas, a village of Limassol, has spread quickly as heavy winds …

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Wildfires rip through forest areas in Greece, Cyprus

Firefighters in both Greece and Cyprus are trying to control large wildfires that have broken out in forest areas. Described as a “very difficult day” for Cyprus by President Nicos …

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A new multi-storey building to house the Cypriot community of Melbourne

The old Brunswick building that houses the Cyprus Community of Melbourne and Victoria can no longer meet the needs of the organisation, and will soon make way for an multi-storey …

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Repatriation of stranded Cyprus crews a priority shipping forum hears

The repatriation of 400,000 Cypriot ship crews stranded around the world by COVID-19 was a priority for all stakeholders in the industry, a Cyprus shipping forum heard. The issue was …

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Mother vindicated as Cypriot Australian son’s remains are exhumed to show he did not commit suicide

A young man deemed to have committed suicide 16 years ago was found by authorities to have been strangled. Developments were noted this week following investigations concerning the mysterious death …

World’s first computer was the fusion of finest Greek and Middle Eastern scientific knowledge

The announcement that an expert team had finally figured out how the world’s first (analogue) computer, the Antikythera Mechanism works, drew massive interest from around the globe. Greek physicst Aris …

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Halloumi in all but name for Aussie cheese producers, EU decides

The Australian dairy industry is set to challenge a European Union ruling that stops cheesemakers from outside of Cyprus from marketing their product using the name “halloumi.” The decision that …

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Cyprus joins growing number of countries suspending AstraZeneca vaccine

Cyprus announced yesterday that it was suspending the use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in anticipation of a review by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) but that it would continue …

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Conservative MPs reject two state or confederation outcome on Cyprus issue in letter to UK Foreign Secretary

Three pro-Cypriot Conservative MPs have written to the UK Foreign Secretary highlighting their longstanding view that a negotiated settlement to reunite Cyprus must lead to a bizonal, bicommunal federal state …

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Online launch set for Angela Costi’s latest collection of poetry

The online launch of Angela Costi’s has fifth poetry collection “An Embroidery of Old Maps and New” published by Spinifex Press, will take place on 7 April between 6 and …

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