Daily Archives: August 31, 2019

CYPRUS: Gender pay gap narrows but inequalities persist

Despite improvements in gender equality over recent years, with the pay gap in Cyprus narrowing, statistics also reveal gender equality in the workplace has yet to be achieved.From a 33% pay gap in 1994, Cyprus has made significant strides but

CNA News – CNA – Evie Mitsidou Phillips – Cyprus/NICOSIA 31/08/2019 13:02

Spokesman says Turkey's actions impede the solution of the Cyprus problemGovernment Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said yesterday that Turkey's actions constitute an impediment for the solution of the Cyprus problem, invited to comment on the latest NAV...

CNA News – CNA – Evie Mitsidou Phillips – Cyprus/NICOSIA 31/08/2019 13:02

Spokesman says Turkey's actions impede the solution of the Cyprus problemGovernment Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said yesterday that Turkey's actions constitute an impediment for the solution of the Cyprus problem, invited to comment on the latest NAV...

Memories and expectations about Turkish occupied Famagusta, 45 years later [VIDEO]

Two ladies who come from the Turkish occupied city of Famagusta share with CNA their memories from their carefree days in a once vibrant city and what they believe should be the next steps forward.Cyprus News Agency's photographer Katia Christodoulou

58th Wine Festival opens its gates

The 58th Wine Festival opened its gates on Friday evening, in Limassol, inviting everyone to taste the local wine.The festival, which will be open until September 8, features dozens of local wine exhibitors, food stalls, theatre plays and music events

Pafos Aphrodite Festival opens with “Macbeth” at the Medieval Castle

This year's Pafos Aphrodite Festival opened with a production by the National Academic Bolshoi Opera and the Ballet Theatre of Belarus of Giuseppe Verdi's Macbeth, on Friday evening, at the Medieval Castle.Another two performances of the opera which is...