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Cyprus, at the intersection between Europe and the Middle East, has been divided for over a generation. Ongoing negotiations between the Greek Cypriot and the Turkish Cypriot community have spurred new hope. A united Cyprus could stand out as a symbol of peace and cooperation in a fragmenting world. This could also represent a significant economic opportunity.

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Remembrance Day, July 2018

Remembrance Day, July 2018

In July of 1974, the island of Cyprus was invaded by Turkey and subsequently saw one third of the po[...]
Panayia tou Kykkou Icon

Panayia tou Kykkou Icon

The Cypriot Community of Western Australia are pleased to present the Panayia tou Kykkou Icon for al[...]
Kopiaste Dinner and Dance 2018

Kopiaste Dinner and Dance 2018

  The Cypriot Community of Western Australia is holding its Annual Dinner and Dance on Satur[...]
President briefs leaders of EU southern countries on Turkey's illegal actions in Cyprus` EEZ

President briefs leaders of EU southern countries on Turkey's illegal actions in Cyprus` EEZ

President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades briefed on Wednesday the leaders of the S[...]
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades stresses the importance of a Cyprus solution for regional and international relations

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades stresses the importance of a Cyprus solution for regional and international relations

President stresses the importance of a Cyprus solution for regional and international relations CNA[...]
World Economic Forum

World Economic Forum

  Cyprus, at the intersection between Europe and the Middle East, has been divided for over [...]