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Police disappointed after hundreds booked despite seat belt campaign – Cyprus Mail

Ninety-one people who died in traffic accidents in six years had not been wearing their seat belts, police said on Saturday, expressing disappointment over the results of a week-long campaign that saw over a thousand drivers and passengers booked for not wearing the safety device. According to a statement, police had carried out a campaign […]

Source: Police disappointed after hundreds booked despite seat belt campaign – Cyprus Mail

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Young man in serious condition after crash – Cyprus Mail

An 18-year-old man has been injured and is in serious condition after his motorbike collided with a car in Limassol on Tuesday afternoon. The accident happened at 4.30pm in Aristotelis Valaoritis street. The injured man, who was transferred to Limassol General Hospital, suffered a brain haemorrhage and a craniocerebral injury. Due to the severity of […]

Source: Young man in serious condition after crash – Cyprus Mail

Man, 23, critical after quad bike collision – Cyprus Mail

A 23-year-old man was in criticial condition on Sunday at Nicosia General Hospital after a collision between two quad bikes on the Ayios Theodoros-Pentaschinos road in Larnaca. According to police, around 11pm on Saturday the 23-year-old from Ayios Theodoros collided with another quad bike being driven by a 37-year old from the same village who […]

Source: Man, 23, critical after quad bike collision – Cyprus Mail

Minister: multidimensional strategy aims to cut road accidents – Cyprus Mail

The justice ministry has a multidimensional strategy aimed at the prevention of traffic accidents, minister Ionas Nicolaou said on Saturday. Speaking at the launch of a campaign aimed at providing free training to new drivers of large motorbikes, Nicolaou said a study has also been commissioned on the implementation of a new communication strategy on […]

Source: Minister: multidimensional strategy aims to cut road accidents – Cyprus Mail

Pafos2017 issues parking advisory for Berlin Philharmonic events – Cyprus Mail

Pafos2017 has issued parking guidelines in Kato Paphos for Sunday’s and Monday’s cultural events involving the Berlin Philharmonic. Sunday April 30: Parking’s main entrance from Apostolou Pavlou avenue will be only open to people with free entry passes. Kato Paphos parking will be closed from 10am for people without free entry passes. Members of the […]

Source: Pafos2017 issues parking advisory for Berlin Philharmonic events – Cyprus Mail