Cyprus Mail

Daily News Briefing

AG George Savvides

In today’s episode, we hear that stakeholders failed to agree on a national minimum wage during a meeting with the president.

Elsewhere, the attorney-general announced that he will appeal the 12-month sentence imposed on the British tourist found guilty of the fatal Ayia Napa crash which killed a Swedish mother.

There’s also the finance minister’s warning of even higher fuel and electricity prices – mainly due to the EU’s push to transition towards green energy.

And don’t miss our feathered friend: the African Desert Warbler, whose first confirmed sighting in Cyprus was captured in Akrotiri.

Finally, a protest demanding improved abortion laws is set to take place on Friday outside the US embassy.

All these and more in your Daily News Briefing, brought to you by the Cyprus Mail.

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