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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

Foinikas Views

We just can't keep away from Foinikas. Somebody posted some pics of the abandoned village on our Paphos Chat facebook group, and people were asking how to get there. We bumped an old blog showing the route, but decided that a film was also needed. While we were out shooting it, we decided to take some more shots, but this time we went for some outstanding views...

The barbaric frescoes of Agios Georgios Tou Sporou

It's time for another guest blog from Max. He's been out visiting some old churches and has uncovered some gruesome scenes...

Paphos Blue Flag Beaches

Paphos doesn't have much of a reputation for the seaside, but there are in fact 17 Blue Flag Beaches in the region. We've put them all in an easy-to-use directory, and we present them here for your delectation, so you can see for yourselves that Paphos Beaches are in fact, not shabby at all.

Old Paramali - Aphrodite meets Call of Duty

Fancy a trip that starts with a romantic trip to Aphrodite's Rock and ends up in a Call of Duty game? It's got to be worth a look, so let take a look at the old, abandoned village that lies on the opposite side of the motorway to Paramali.

Latest News Articles

Rape claim case postponed to give extra time to woman’s defence team (Updated)

The hearing for the case of a 19-year-old British woman who was detained on charges of public mischief after withdrawing a gang rape claim was postponed on Monday until August 27.

Fires in Lara, Pelathousa out of control

Two fires in the areas of Lara and Pelathousa are out of control, the fire service said on Sunday afternoon.

According to the department, the fire in Lara broke out at about 2.25pm while five minutes later a second fire broke out in the community of Pelathousa.

Fire engines and helicopters are fighting the blazes but strong winds are making the job difficult.

Man drowns in Polis Chrysochous

A 73-year-old man lost consciousness while swimming at a beach in the Polis Chrysochous area on Sunday.

It was around 17.30 when he was spotted by other swimmers who brought him to shore and called for an ambulance.

He was taken to Paphos Hospital where doctors pronounced him dead.

First public statement by Bishop of Morphou after his remarks on gays

Without commenting on his previous remarks on homosexuality which had triggered a range of responses, Orthodox Bishop of Morphou Neophytos has issued a statement highlighting his respect to the ongoing police investigation.