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Archives February 16, 2013 posted by

All set for tomorrow’s election

POLLING stations are ready for tomorrow’s presidential elections, Chief Returning Officer Andreas Ashiotis announced yesterday. 

A total number of 1,139 different polling stations will operate, both on the island, and also abroad.  Some 545,491 registered voters will have the right to cast their vote tomorrow in all five districts and at polling stations abroad.

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Archives January 29, 2012 posted by

Limassol old town defies recession


FRIDAY and Saturday nights in Larnaca, Nicosia and especially Paphos have become increasingly grim as bars, clubs and restaurants struggle to survive and attract ever-more cash-conscious punters.

Not so in Limassol where new bars, cafes, clubs and restaurants are popping up all over the place, mostly in the maze of intertwining streets in the old town. Limassolians rub shoulders with locals from other towns, Russian residents and tourists as they all jostle for space in packed venues, chatting, soaking up the music and enjoying the party atmosphere.

Just as Limassol has remained relatively unscathed from the plummeting property market in the last two years so has it emerged as a party town where money still flows even amid the economic crisis.

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Archives November 20, 2011 posted by

Clerides diagnosed with colon cancer

FORMER President Glafcos Clerides, 92, has been admitted to Evangelistria clinic after he was diagnosed with colon cancer. He will undergo surgery tomorrow according to his doctor Iosif Kassios.

Kassios said that following the completion of various tests a malignant tumour was found. “We had a meeting [between doctors] and it was decided that the President should undergo surgery,” said Kassios.

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