New airline aims to compete with CY

By a Staff Reporter WHATEVER millennium bug fears other airlines might have, one start-up Cyprus airline has all the confidence of any upstart enterprise that,

Police hunt for car bomb suspect

POLICE are looking for a particular suspect in their investigation into a car-bombing early yesterday in the Zakaki area of Limassol. Police said an explosive

Service taxis in 24-hour strike

By Athena Karsera INTERCITY buses should be packed tomorrow after service taxi drivers yesterday officially announced they will be staging a 24-hour strike. A joint

Rough seas swamp nuke plant protest

ENVIRONMENTALISTS yesterday postponed their planned demonstration against a Turkish nuclear plant, saying that it may take place today instead. The greens had planned to approach

Pilgrimage to Apostolos Andreas

THE LATEST Greek Cypriot pilgrimage to the Apostolos Andreas monastery in the occupied areas will take place on November 30. The Service for Humanitarian Issues

Cyprus marks Ochi Day

PRESIDENT Glafcos Clerides yesterday took the salute outside the Greek embassy in Nicosia from a parade of students marking the occasion of Greek ‘Ochi’ Day.