Disy weighs in on Kyprianou junta claims

By Martin Hellicar PRESIDENT Clerides and his ministers went on the war path against Diko leader Spyros Kyprianou and his chosen presidential candidate, George Iacovou,

Bi-communal ban a ‘devious’ decision

GOVERNMENT spokesman Manolis Christofides yesterday denounced the Turkish Cypriot side’s recent decision to suspend bi-communal contacts, saying it served “other purposes and expediencies”. Taner Etkin,

CA staff threaten strike action

By Charlie Charalambous PASSENGERS face disruption on Cyprus Airways (CA) flights as cabin staff threaten industrial action over ‘seasonal’ status. CA union Synika, which represents

Hunters harass UN peacekeepers

By Charlie Charalambous CYPRIOT hunters who encroach on the buffer zone are treating UN peacekeepers as big game. The UN has observed an increase in

KEO in ‘landmark’ Indian deal

By Hamza Hendawi KEO, the drinks conglomerate, will export some of its products to India under an agreement reached earlier this month with Champagne Indage,

Credit spree could double on last year

CYPRIOTS are likely to continue their credit card spree in the lead-up to New Year celebrations, in the wake of record numbers of pre-Christmas credit