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Paphos Life has a News section. We scour the web looking for suitable articles, and post snippets of them here. The process is semi-automatic. Once we have identified a News Source, we write a routine to import a link and create a news article.

If you are worried about content duplication, don't be.

  1. We never print the full story.
  2. We include a nice big button at the end of the snippet, directing the reader to the News Site the story originated from. News Sources
  3. Every news page we show has the HTML attribute "CANONICAL" set to the originating page. In English, this means that the search engines know that your page is the source of the article, and our page acknowledges this. News Sources

If you are a News Source and you want us to use your stories, just drop us a line at admin@paphoslife.com. We don't ask for any back links in return, and you won't have to provide us with any technical details. We will examine your site and work out the simplest way to extract data.

If we are using your news site and you would like us to stop, please also contact us at the above address. We will be happy to oblige if that is what you want.

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Latest Blog Articles

Simou Church

A few sundays ago we were lucky enough to be visiting Simou when they were preparing for a Christening. The church which is normally locked, was open, so we had a quick look inside, and were stunned with what we found...

Paphos Catacombs

We've been out and about photographing some more parts of Paphos Old Town for our newly launched website. We took some pictures of some of the catacombs, which proved popular when we previewed one on Facebook. So we went back to photograph some more, with surprising results...

Archimandrita Bridge

There are a number of Venetian Bridges dotted around Cyprus, dating from the middle ages. We've already visited some of the most popular one (Kelefos, Roudia and Skarfos etc) but while we were researching the village of Archimandrita, we heard reference of a nearby Venetian Bridge that had previously escaped our radar. So naturally we had to find it...

Take a Virtual Tour of The Old Town of Paphos

It has been several months in the making but we are pleased to announce that our new site on the Old Town of Paphos is now up and running! Now you can enjoy a virtual tour of over 200 panoramic images, and get lost in the winding streets as you take a virtual stroll. All that is missing is the aroma of souvlaki!

Latest News Articles

Further arrests in Paphos poaching case

Two people, aged 35 and 46, have been arrested in Paphos in connection with a case of attempted poaching.

They were arrested on Thursday after a 43-year-old man arrested for the same

The 43-year-old is accused of injuring a game warden on Tuesday.

Gamekeepers attacked by poachers ‘wearing helmets’

Scenes out of a movie unfolded at 10pm last night in the rural village of Lysos, in the Polis Chrysochous district, with the gamekeepers as protagonists who were tasked to fight poachers wearing helmets on quad bikes.

Fire in Akamas burns around six hectares

A fire in the Akamas peninsula burned around six hectares of wild shrub

The blaze broke out at around 8am in the area of Lara, on the edge of the state forest.

It was put out some three hours later after burning around six hectares of wild shrub, and olive trees.

British tourist remanded after waitress had plates thrown in her face

A British woman, 23, was remanded for one day by the Paphos district court on Monday after she was arrested for allegedly using violence against a 42-year-old hotel restaurant waitress.

According to police, the waitress filed a report against the British woman, claiming that the 23-year-old had thrown plates at her, hitting her in the face.