Cyprus Weekly Features

Articles that I write in my role as Limassol correspondent for The Cyprus Weekly featuring happenings around town, current local affairs and talented people.

The Limassol-based non-profit organisation Baby Academy has been helping new parents face the challenges and uncertainties of being a new…
Many shops spring up every year before Christmas, mostly selling arts, crafts and gifts to cater for the Christmas shopper.…
For those who like to combine their Christmas shopping with an outdoor stroll, Limassol’s Anexartisias Street has been a long-standing…
Rise N Shine is a Limassol tattoo club in a most unlikely location. The bright, airy space is situated in…
I have been trying to decide all week if I’m just getting too noise sensitive, if it’s all these reports…
I have recently returned from another long weekend in one of my favourite cities – Cairo. Dusty and noisy and…
Beaujolais Nouveau Day is marked on the third Thursday in November with fireworks, music and festivals across France. In Limassol,…
During October 28-31 the island’s art lovers were treated to all things nude. Limassol’s Rodi event venue presented photographs, paintings,…
The Elephant, a thought-provoking yet entertaining dance work, will be performed at Limassol’s Rialto Theatre on November 6 and at…
Last week I went on another one of my (in)famous bus trips out of town – this time to Larnaca.…
The dams are running dry, they say. Measures may have to be taken, they say. It’s early November. Considering we…
I got sucked into the cat thing – something probably many can relate to. I am a ‘cat person’ to…
Martial arts are a popular way of keeping fit and training body and mind. Most forms of modern martial arts…
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