Our View: Speeding fine waivers penalise those who stick to the rules – Cyprus Mail

On the surface, Attorney-General Costas Clerides’ explanation about the waiving of some 3,000 speeding fines seemed logical. He issued his explanation on Thursday, after former Limassol MP Andreas Themistocelous posted on his Facebook page documents showing Clerides had signed the termination of proceedings against the wife of a prominent Nicosia lawyer repeatedly photographed by traffic […]

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Former MP accuses AG of waiving traffic fines for his friends – Cyprus Mail

By George Psyllides Former Disy MP Andreas Themistocleous, who had his driver’s licence revoked last year over traffic violations, accused Attorney-general Costas Clerides on Thursday of showing preferential treatment to a prominent lawyer and his wife by terminating legal proceedings against them for speeding. Themistocleous posted 19 or so documents on his Facebook page that […]

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Pardon for killer driver who escaped justice for 10 years – Cyprus Mail

Hit-and-run convict Efi Herodotou walked out of prison a free woman on Wednesday after receiving a presidential pardon, five months before her sentence was due to end. Thirty-year-old Herodotou was sentenced to two years in jail last August for a crime she had committed 10 years previously when she ran a red light in 2007, […]

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Former deputy attorney-general loses speeding fine appeal – Cyprus Mail

Loucis Loucaides, a former judge of the European Court of Human Rights and a former deputy attorney-general, has lost an appeal he filed with the supreme court by which he was contesting a speeding fine. Loucaides was caught speeding on November 22, 2016 on Grivas Digenis Avenue in Nicosia. He clocked 83km/h, when the speed […]

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Saloon registrations up 28% in February – Cyprus Business Mail

By Stelios Orphanides

The number of saloon registrations rose 28 per cent in February, to 3,025, compared to the respective month of 2017, the statistical service said.

The increase in registrations last month was mainly on a 40 per cent rise in that of second-hand cars, to 1,937, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Thursday. The registration of new cars rose 10 per cent, to 1,088.

In the first two months of 2018, the number of saloon registrations rose an annual 24 per cent, to 6,506, Cystat said. New saloon registrations rose 39 per cent, to 4,196, and that of used ones 3.5 per cent, to 2,310.

Source: Saloon registrations up 28% in February – Cyprus Business Mail

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