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Cyprus Government Extension of the supporting measures for Business and Employees through Corona Virus times.

The President of the Republic of Cyprus announced on 8th of April 2020 the extension of the measures for the support of the economy, the enterprises, the employees and the vulnerable groups due to the situation with the coronavirus disease.

G. KOUZALIS LLC, International law firm in Cyprus, analyses Fitch’s credit rating about Cyprus through the Corona virus era.

During these very difficult financial times, Fitch, one of the "Big Three credit rating agencies" in the World, maintained Cyprus' long-term credit rating at BBB

Committee’s Responsibilities By Cyprus Lawyers G. Kouzalis LLC

Being on the committee is a big responsibility but with the right support network, this can yield massive common benefits, to the co-owners.

Chasing Non-paying Owners

Every owner on a communal project (project with 5 or more properties) must pay communal fees. It is a...

Annual General Meetings, Extraordinary General Meetings & Committee Member Meetings, By G. Kouzalis Llc Property Experts.

Our Cyprus property expert team identified that there appears to be some confusion regarding committee meetings so we want to clarify the types of meetings which a committee can or should have.

Essential Services At A Communal Complex

On every communal project, there are services which are deemed essential and services which are not essential. Find out more here.

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Pals Magazine March 2020

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Pals Magazine February 2020

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Pals Magazine December 2019 Edition

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Pals Directory

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Latest Articles

80 per cent of rubbish on Cyprus beaches is plastic

Every minute about 33,800 objects of plastic waste end up in the waters of the Mediterranean while about 80 per cent of the waste...

Paphos parking gets ‘smart’

Paphos aims to become the first town in Cyprus to implement ‘Smart’ parking and a tender for the project was launched at the weekend,...

Coronavirus: ten cases announced on Monday (Update 2)

Coronavirus: ten cases announced on Monday (Update 2)

Walks

Distant views on Lemona walk

The Walk is circular, starting and finishing at Tsangarides Winery, Lemona Village. At just under 10kms/6¼miles long, it should be completed in around 3 hours.

The highways and byways of Goudi

By Sandy Sizmur, member of the Phoenix Walking group and co-author of ‘On and off the Beaten Track’ walking books 1 & 2.This 6km walk is centred on part of the village area where many residents live and work in agriculture.

Roundabout walk to Sarama village

Roundabout walk to Sarama village

THE CYPRUS RAMBLING CLUB

The Cyprus Rambling Club can lay claim to being one of the oldest clubs still flourishing within Cyprus.

Miliou to Theletra, a worthy challenge

The walk starts from the village of Miliou. At 10.2kms (6.4miles) it uses well-worn tracks to reach old Theletra village, returning to the centre of Miliou via a more interesting and difficult route.

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Sport

Rugby: Cyprus v Croatia

The 2019-20 season kicks off for the Cyprus National team (The Mouflons) on 19th October at 14.30 against Croatia.

Stelios Kyriakides Ran for ‘Seven Million Hungry Greeks’!

73 years ago on 20th April 1946 Stelios Kyriakides the legendary Cypriot Marathon runner won the Boston Marathon.

Pafos United Walking Football

Recently a walking football group has started in Paphos believed to be the first group in the Paphos area and is known as the Pafos United Walking Football. Read more about it here.

Cyprus vs Malta – Rugby Match

The mighty Mouflons are playing Malta on Saturday 23rd March at 3pm.

Financial & Legal

A Brief Guidance And Reassurance On What To Do When Someone Dies

The primary purpose of this article is to provide a brief guidance and reassurance on what to do when someone dies.

Abbeygate – The way Insurance should be

With Offices in Limassol and Paphos, Abbeygate pass on unique benefits negotiated with local and international Insurers to our clients.

Meet The Team

Aisa Group are holding a ‘Meet the Team’ event at 3pm on the 25th March where the Owners of Aisa Group and our Cyprus based staff would love to meet with you in the relaxed environment of Elea Golf Club.

Aisa Financial Planning Open New Office in Paphos

Aisa Financial Planning proudly announce their new office in Paphos, joining group offices in the UK, France, South Africa, Czech Republic and USA.

Archives

80 per cent of rubbish on Cyprus beaches is plastic

Every minute about 33,800 objects of plastic waste end up in the waters of the Mediterranean while about 80 per cent of the waste...

Paphos parking gets ‘smart’

Paphos aims to become the first town in Cyprus to implement ‘Smart’ parking and a tender for the project was launched at the weekend,...

Coronavirus: ten cases announced on Monday (Update 2)

Coronavirus: ten cases announced on Monday (Update 2)

LATEST ARTICLES

80 per cent of rubbish on Cyprus beaches is plastic

Every minute about 33,800 objects of plastic waste end up in the waters of the Mediterranean while about 80 per cent of the waste...

Paphos parking gets ‘smart’

Paphos aims to become the first town in Cyprus to implement ‘Smart’ parking and a tender for the project was launched at the weekend,...

Coronavirus: ten cases announced on Monday (Update 2)

Coronavirus: ten cases announced on Monday (Update 2)

Police urge public to come forward with information after weekend fires

Following two large fires caused by arson during the weekend, police on Monday called for anybody with any information on them which may help...

Coronavirus: Nine new cases announced on Sunday

The ministry of health announced nine new Covid-19 cases on Sunday, which were discovered from 2,919 tests. This brings the total number found in Cyprus...

Homes under threat as fire rages in Prastio

A fire on four fronts was raging on Sunday afternoon in the Prastio Avdimou of Limassol with the fire service using aircraft to fight...

Coronavirus: €3,000 of fines charged in Paphos

Fines totalling €3,000 were served in Paphos overnight on Saturday against the owners of four establishments found breaking governmental decrees to slow the spread...

Cyprus Met Office Issues Orange Extreme High Temperature Warning

Cyprus Met Office Issues Orange Extreme High Temperature Warning Valid from 12pm until 5pm on Friday 7th August 2020

Yellow Extreme High Temperature Warning Issued By Cyprus Met Office

The Cyprus Met Office has issued a Yellow Extreme High Temperature Warning for Friday 24th July 2020

A Brief Guidance And Reassurance On What To Do When Someone Dies

The primary purpose of this article is to provide a brief guidance and reassurance on what to do when someone dies.

What's The Buzz

January 2020 – What’s the Buzz

'Tis the season to catch a cold. As a race we have conquered so many serious diseases, it's astonishing how much we can be debilitated, albeit temporarily, by such tiny beings.

February 2020 – What’s The Buzz

One of winter's joys is a deep, hot bath. Unfortunately our bath taps have become veeeeeeery slow, so that not only must one lay aside an hour and a half to heat the ancient tank, the bath then takes another hour to fill.

March 2020 – What’s The Buzz

In January I went back to the UK for a family gathering to mark ten years since my father's passing. It seemed a good opportunity to introduce my partner Paul to everyone...

April 2020 – What’s the Buzz

Banking has become an unlikely source of entertainment – under the You've Gotta Laugh rule.