A hard-hitting look at events making the news in Cyprus and around the world with one of Cyprus' leading English language broadcast journalists, Rosie Charalambous.
Cyprus News Digest 14th May 2021
Will voter apathy impact the upcoming elections? Mobile polling stations will enable those in isolation to cast their ballot; and we need more midwives in Cyprus.
Cyprus News Digest 23rd April 2021
The government continues with illogical measures against covid; climate experts release a report on the Mediterranean for policy-makers, and where are the women in the team that will negotiate on the Cyprus problem?
Cyprus News Digest 16th April 2021
Pregnant Covid positive women were forced to have a C-section in Cyprus; we ask why parliament delays passing legislation ahead of elections; students compete in the Scyence fair
Cyprus News Digest 9th April 2021
Leading citizens have launched an online petition urging President Anastasiades to do 'whatever is necessary' at the Geneva conference to secure a successful outcome; our schools should base their emphasis on learning rather than teaching.
Cyprus News Digest 2nd April 2021
Could the Cyprus tourism industry lose another year's business if Britain extends its ban on foreign holidays? Today is World Autism Awareness Day: we discuss the challenges facing those on the autism spectrum.
Cyprus News Digest 26th March 2021
Overruling its environmental advisors, the government forges ahead with plans to build a highway through a protected area; the Cyprus Employers Federation says we must cut down the appalling waste of food in our hotels and restaurants