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Cyprus Business Now

The Cyprus real estate market has shown resilience in 2024, with property transfers increasing by 8% and transaction values going up by 1% from the previous year, despite facing numerous challenges. The Cyprus Consumers Association has noted a rise in consumer complaints, particularly in the travel sector, emphasizing the need for enhanced consumer protection and support.

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Managing Electricity Consumption During Peak Hours

In Cyprus, managing electricity consumption during peak hours is crucial to prevent power shortages. Residents are urged to conserve energy between 6 pm and 10 pm, unplug nonessential devices, and support the adoption of renewable energy sources to ensure the stability of the power grid.

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BirdLife Cyprus Film Screening: A Must-See Documentary Event

🎥 BirdLife Cyprus is hosting a film screening event featuring the documentary, “The Messenger,” directed by Su Rynard. Join us on Wednesday, December 7 at 7 pm at the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation in South Nicosia. This enlightening documentary sheds light on the struggles of birds and emphasizes their importance in the ecosystem and human life. Secure your spot by calling 00357 22 455072. 🐦📽️

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Discover the Beauty of Sea Turtles in North Cyprus

🐢 Discover the beauty of sea turtles in North Cyprus! Endangered Green Turtles and Loggerhead Turtles have been coming to these shores for thousands of years to lay their eggs. Alagadi Beach is a prime spot for observing sea turtles and witnessing their hatching process 🌊 Learn about the egglaying process, conservation efforts, and how you can support sea turtle research. Follow the link in our bio for more information! seaturtles NorthCyprus conservation 🌴🐢🌊

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Daylight Saving Time: Spring Forward

🕐🌅 It’s that time of the year again! Daylight Saving Time (DST) begins in the European Union on Sunday, March 27, at 3 am. Clocks should be set forward one hour to make better use of daylight and promote outdoor activities in the longer evenings. The time change will be implemented in all EU countries, and most mobile devices will adjust automatically. Remember to adjust your sleep schedule gradually and follow a relaxing bedtime routine to smoothly adapt to the new time. DaylightSavingTime SpringForward EU

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