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Cyprus News Digest 23rd September 2016

The deadline to register for upcoming municipal elections is looming; Nicosia marks World Tourism Day with free entry to museums and guided tours of the city; you can become a "twitcher" for a day at Eurobirdwatch16, and Startups4peace encourage bicommunal entrepreneurship.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 1:40pm EDT

Cyprus News Digest 16th September 2016

Italy launches an online campaign to dissuade migrants from risking their lives to reach Europe; a new shelter for victims of domestic violence is inaugurated in Nicosia (pictured); are women - and gender issues - largely unrepresented in the Cyprus reunification negotiations?

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 8:56am EDT

Cyprus News Digest 9th September 2016

MPs join demonstrators threatening a Greek Cypriot for doing business with a Turkish Cypriot as the Cyprus negotiations continue apace. We assess the progress of the talks with Fiona Mullen of Sapienta Economics (pictured); Climate Launchpad 2016 selects the Cypriot winners; Cyprus gets its own Maritime Academy.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 6:14am EDT

Cyprus News Digest 2nd September 2016

The government plans to reform and revamp the Postal Service; Italy pledges to rebuild the areas devastated by recent earthquakes; Cyprus Comic Con brings international stars to Nicosia this weekend.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 1:49pm EDT

Cyprus News Digest 5th August 2016

We talk at length to soul singer Joss Stone, who was in Cyprus last week (photo courtesy of Emma Charalambous and Fengaros Festival); August seems to be 'music month' in Cyprus: we hear about the Windcraft Music Festival and bring you news of many other upcoming music events

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 4:52pm EDT

Cyprus News Digest 29th July 2016

Award winning author and business advisor Tania Ellis on social business strategies; Aboriginal dance group Djuki Mala wows Cyprus; Joss Stone headlines at the Fengaros Festival this weekend.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 10:22am EDT

Cyprus News Digest 22nd July 2016

MP Marios Mavrides (pictured) discusses yet another taxpayer bailout for a semi-government organisation pension fund; in a record-breaking year for tourism we talk to the chief of the Hotel Association about the good - and not so good - practices that impact the desirability of Cyprus as a destination.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 1:27am EDT

Cyprus News Digest 15th July 2016

The benefits of CSR in building profits; Parliament mulls changes to the law on dogs; swimmers should be on their guard following an influx of lion fish (pictured) to Cypriot waters.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 2:33pm EDT

Cyprus News Digest 8th July 2016

More drownings prompt calls for a change to the way Cyprus lifeguards operate; Slovakia assumes the Presidency of the European Council at a tumultuous time; the British Council releases a report on 'The Morning After' the Brexit; Porsche takes to the streets.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 10:16am EDT

Cyprus News Digest 1st July 2016

The forestry department outlines its plans for the regeneration of the areas devastated by the recent forest fires; yoga teachers islandwide are doing their bit to help; the BBC World Service engages both communities in Cyprus with 'World Questions' - streamed live from the Buffer Zone.

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Category:News and politics -- posted at: 5:17am EDT