APOEL held to disappointing draw

By Nemanja Bjedov APOEL could only manage a 1-1 draw against Slovenian champions NK Maribor in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League third

Former energy chief submits resignation

By Stefanos Evripidou FORMER ENERGY chief Solon Kassinis last night handed in his resignation to the President as executive vice-chairman of the Cyprus National Hydrocarbons

‘Illegal’ potatoes will be destroyed

THE AGRICULTURE Ministry has given orders to destroy 2,500kg of potatoes transported from the north to the government-controlled areas, it was announced on Wednesday. According

Cyprus jobless EU’s biggest increase

By Stefanos Evripidou UNEMPLOYMENT in Cyprus recorded the highest annual increase among EU member states last month, rising 5.6 per cent year-on-year to take the

Tax return extension

DUE TO the system overload caused by the mass submission of tax returns, the acting director of Inland Revenue Tanos Charalambous yesterday announced the extension

Beaten, raped and left by a roadside

A 37-YEAR-OLD Polish mother of two is in a critical condition in Limassol general hospital after being found badly beaten and raped  and left on the

Warnings amid the troika praise

By Poly Pantelides CYPRUS’ recovery programme is on track, the island’s international lenders have said following the completion of the EU/IMF’s first mission to Cyprus