The Cyprus News Digest in collaboration with the Cyprus Mail

We discuss climate change and its effect on water sustainability in Cyprus; about half of the island's population have never used a computer; young people on both sides of the Green Line invite you to the Unity Fest next week.

Direct download: Cyprus_News_Digest_23rd_June_2017.mp3
Category:News and politics -- posted at: 8:58am EDT

Challenges for Israel in the Palestinian peace process; the Director General of ELIAMEP (pictured) thinks instability in the Eastern Mediterranean region is here to stay; June 20th is World Refugee Day

Direct download: Cyprus_News_Digest_16th_June_2017.mp3
Category:News and politics -- posted at: 9:34am EDT

Cyprus' leaders are under growing pressure to reach a settlement; free mini buses offer car-free access to Nicosia's old walled city; motor sport fans are gearing up for the Cyprus Rally; an unusual art exhibition in Paphos entices people to the old - and now derelict - heart of the city.

Direct download: Cyprus_News_Digest_9th_June_2017.mp3
Category:News and politics -- posted at: 12:25pm EDT

An online petition is launched to urge the government to get a move on introducing the National Health Service; the Pharos International Chamber Music Festival (pictured) starts tonight; Cyprus' last queen, Caterina Cornaro, is travelling to New York.

Direct download: Cyprus_News_Digest_2nd_June_2017.mp3
Category:News and politics -- posted at: 2:50pm EDT

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