Akel locks on to missile issue

By Charlie Charalambous AKEL turned up the heat on the government yesterday, challenging it to come clean over when the much delayed S-300 missiles will

Hercus shuttle continues

SHUTTLE talks on the Cyprus problem under UN auspices continued yesterday when Unficyp chief of mission Dame Ann Hercus met President Clerides. No statements were

Auditor-general submits report on ‘corruption’

By Charlie Charalambous AUDITOR-GENERAL Spyros Christou yesterday submitted to President Clerides his findings on corruption allegations levelled at Interior Minister Dinos Michaelides. Attorney-general Alecos Markides

Road to EU ‘will not be smooth’

By Andrew Adamides ITALY’S ambassador to Cyprus yesterday warned that the island could face problems further down the road in its European Union accession course.

Pony will not be put down, say Bases

By Anthony O. Miller AUTHORITIES are not putting down the pony involved in the death last Saturday of a three-year-old Nicosia girl during UN Open

Tourist killed in Paphos

A GERMAN tourist has died after being run over in Paphos. Gerhard Dietrich, 62, was attempting to cross Poseidon Street on Thursday evening when he