The Cyprus Mail is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, and we’re giving you a taste of the scope and scale of what the Cyprus Mail has recorded by uploading a great selection of stories from our archives onto the website every Wednesday and Saturday mornings.
- Over 1,000 have had telephones disconnected: Nearly a quarter of the 4,086 phone subscribers have refused to pay increased charges – January 3,1953
- Big welcome at airport for Archbishop: Archbishop Makarios returns from US visit saying he will ask UN for enosis plebiscite – March 22, 1953
- Supplies pour in to Paphos: 6,000 tins of milk, 4,000 loaves of bread among the supplies sent to Paphos in wake of earthquake – September 13, 1953
You can also access the old front pages and stories from the top or bottom menu bar at any time by clicking on ’70 Years’ or from the ’70 years’ banner on the right hand side of our homepage.