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  • 27.07.2015

    In celebration of the fifth anniversary of the current public bus system, Mr Marios Demetriades, the transport minister, granted a free day’s travel throughout the island to all passengers last Friday. He participated in the celebration himself by taking a bus ride between his home in the outskirts, and Nicosia.  He had made the same journey on other occasions he said, and that it would not be the last time he did so.  It is hoped to improve what is on offer and encourage more usage overall. Mr Demetriades said that the government will either lease or buy 100 small sized buses which will be operated and maintained by the companies who currently operate on the bus routes, and also for the purpose of creating greater diversity of bus routes, replacing old dysfunctional buses and upping the frequency of buses where there was demand. Mr Demetriades acknowledged that there was room for improvements and the department was making every effort to realise their goals for the system.

  • 19.07.2015

    During an official visit to Cyprus on 16th -17th July 2015 the European Commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker commented on the great progress that had been made in Cyprus since March 2013 and the improvements that had taken place. With the economy growing and stabilization in the financial area, investment funds could begin to flow in from the European Commission’s Investment Plan for Europe, also known as the Juncker Plan, which is due to start operations in September. He acknowledged the important role both the Cypriot leadership and the Cypriot people had played in the recovery process leading to the totally different picture the island presented today despite the many difficulties of implementing the recovery programme. He said that despite the instability and conflict in many neighbouring countries that this modern stable Cyprus, with its European values and ideals, stood out as an example in the complexity of the surrounding region, and represented the front line of the European Union (E.U.).


  • 13.07.2015

    The cooperative business model, works for the benefit of its members and promotes sustainability with numerous other benefits to society. Rather than investors, cooperatives have members with voting rights. The Evagoras Lanitis Centre Lemesos, was recently the venue for a Europe wide conference of experienced leaders in the cooperative movement. They came together to explain the many advantages of this business model with illustrations from their own experiences and to pass on know-how from coop ventures. The first presenter Mr Dirk Vansintjan noted that cooperation between people was increasing and is something that can be expressed within the movement. Mr Vansintjan leads two projects, namely REScoop and Ecopower. He spoke about the REScoop cooperative and the application of coop principles within it. Operating in Belgium, it acts as a distributor of renewable energy to its immediate locality and is opposes privatisation in the sector preferring that renewable energy systems are owned and operated by local communities. They believe that the use of natural resources such as wind and sun should remain in the hands of citizens.

  • 10.07.2015

    Our company started a cooperation with Tranio - an International real estate broker. At the request of clients Tranio selects the best foreign partners directly in the country and in the region where the cleints want to buy real estate. Among Tranio partners such famous brands are represented as Engel & Voelkers, Von-Poll, ERA, John Taylor, Coldwell Banker and others:

  • 03.07.2015

    Agreement has been reached between the Cyprus government, as owners of the land, and the Zenon С association to go ahead with an ambitious project to expand and improve the current Larnaca Port and marina facilities and will include residential developments, with Zenon С association contributing some 200,000 square metres of land for the residential section. Mr Efthymios Flourentzos, Minister of Communications and Works commented on the importance of the project, not only to Larnaca, but also to Cyprus as a whole, by bringing increased employment and a boost to the economy, as the country emerges from recession. The members of the association are Iacovou Bros, Petrolina (Holdings) Public Limited, the Paraskevaides Group and GCC Construction, although other parties may also join later. The works will allow luxury passenger liners to dock in the revamped and expanded port owing to plans to increase the depth of the port and the lengthening of the quay. The project is divided into three phases with phase one and two, being set for completion within three years. Sustainability and ecological considerations all play an important role in the vision of the project. Planning and architecture is provided by the award-winning international design company Scott Brownrigg.

  • 28.06.2015

    Following a similar meeting with officials in Pafos, President Anastasiades recently met with Nicosia Municipalities Mayors, local Members of Parliament and community leaders to launch a number of projects aimed at boosting economic activity in the capital. The intention of the projects announced includes increasing economic growth, improvement in the quality of life for residents and the creation of more jobs. One requirement for project selection is that it should have already received the relevant licensing thus allowing the tendering process to start without delay. In a boost to its green credentials, a Nicosia cycling network is to be created with budget of €5.9 million and the city’s Public Modern Arts Gallery is to be restored along with the old Municipal Theatre which will likely be of interest not only local people but also to the many tourists visiting the city. Work on the improvement programme should start by the end of this year.