Hunting laws to be tightened

By Martin Hellicar GUN and hunting licence regulations are to be tightened in an effort to reduce the number of shooting accidents and halt the

Marina mania

By Anthony O. Miller YOU DIDN’T need a bookmaker to tell you that the odds were stacked against Cyprus, and that it either had to

Fanieros club raided for gambling

POLICE swooped on two suspected gambling dens in Larnaca in the early hours yesterday, making 25 arrests. According to a police announcement, Antonis Fanieros, 58,

Mercedes torched

A SILVER Mercedes went up in flames in Larnaca in the early hours yesterday morning in what police believe was an arson attack. The car

Limassol follows Nicosia lead on litter fines

FOLLOWING Nicosia’s lead, Limassol municipality has decided to impose £20 fines on people caught littering public places. Nicosia Municipal employees have for the past fortnight

Hotel workers strike over redundancies

WORKERS from two luxury hotels in Larnaca yesterday began an indefinite strike over redundancies. However, management at the two hotels, the five-star Golden Bay and

Cyprus drops spying charges against Israelis

By Charlie Charalambous A DRAMATIC prosecution U-turn could see two Israeli suspects walk free after spying charges were unexpectedly dropped yesterday. Later, Attorney-general Alecos Markides