Water table levels dangerously low

By Anthony O. Miller EXPERTS have issued warnings over the dire state of Cyprus’ underground water reserves, speaking of “catastrophic” consequences if we continue to

Turks arrest two near Strovilia checkpoint

By Jean Christou THE United Nations peacekeeping force in Cyprus (Unficyp) yesterday confirmed that two Greek Cypriots had been detained by Turkish troops on Tuesday

Breaking in to the digital age

By Jennie Matthew CYPRUS is to join the age of digital television after the government gave the go ahead to Lumiere to provide the service,

Market shows signs of life

By Jean Christou Share prices dropped slightly again yesterday dragging the all-share index down 0.3 per cent to close at 376.9 as small investors saw

CLR show their hand

By Athena Karsera Set to hit the Cyprus Stock Exchange on September 14, CLR Investment Fund highlighted their current activities and future plans at a

Farmers clash with police outside Palace

By Martin Hellicar VINE growers demanding greater state compensation for their dumped surplus grapes yesterday laid siege to the Presidential Palace in Nicosia, clashing with

Napa looks to heavens

By Martin Hellicar THE GREEK Orthodox Church in Ayia Napa is seeking divine intervention to bring an end to what it sees as the sordid