Category Archives: Legal Judicial

COVID19: Cyprus keeps new cases down to one

Cyprus remains on track to recording zero new COVID-19 cases just two days before it moves to the second stage out of lockdown after health services reported only one case on Tuesday.   The new infection takes the total of

COVID19: Cyprus heading towards zero cases

As Cyprus prepares to move to the second stage out of lockdown, it has succeeded in containing new COVID-19 cases with only one case reported on Monday.   The new infection takes the total of COVID-19 cases reported in Cyprus

COVID19: President releases man jailed for breaking curfew to see girlfriend

Cyprus’ president has intervened to release a man sentenced to 45 days in prison for breaking Covid-19 curfew laws to see his girlfriend.   There has been public indignation over the harsh sentence received by a 35-year-old Cypriot man who

Brother who shot sister suspected of sabotaging her car

A 23-year-old man who allegedly shot and killed his sister, 21, with his army-issue assault rifle is also suspected of tampering with the brakes of her car before the shooting.   The man, being held for the incident which took

Cyprus courts will continue to operate but only for urgent cases

Cyprus courts will continue their work but will hear only urgent cases before them, both civil and criminal, in accordance with criteria the Supreme Court will announce later on Monday, its President Myronas Nicolatos has said.Nicolatos was speaking to...

We do not have the right to fail in the new strategy to fight cancer, Commissioner Kyriakides says

European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides, has briefed Cyprus' House of Representatives' plenary on the public debate for a new European strategy to prevent and treat cancer, expressing satisfaction that the debate on a nation...