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Posted by Ines
Created: 10 months ago - Last reply: 10 months ago

  We are a lovely family currently seeking the services of domestic servants in our home to take care of my grand children and my father who have type 2 diabetes. we need the following workers urgently AU PAIR nanny caretaker house keeper driver nurse CHEF GUARD cleaner yard man MECHANIC Note before you contact: This job is located in abroad  contract : full time Salary: Good Male and female eligible Reliable applica...

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Posted by alex81
Created: 1 year ago

Which English school (starting all the way from primary) would you recommend in Limassol or Nicosia? Where is, in your opinion, the best English school on the Island and where do regular English parents send their children to school while in Cyprus? Your kind advice would be most appreciated.Alex...

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Posted by Christiana-Kyriakidou-925170
Created: 1 year ago

Hello everybody,  me and my husband live in Nicosia with our 2 year old daughter. We are looking for other english speaking families to hang out with. I'm Cypriot, but my husband is Scottish, so it has been hard for him to find other english speaking friends here.  ...

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Posted by Magdalena-Roza-920701
Created: 1 year ago

like in the topic. maby somebody knows about prices and standart i hospitals in paphos? i dont have inssurence now so if anybody have informations about general hospital will be good. ...

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Posted by Beedo
Created: 1 year ago

Hi .. I am planning to move to Cyprus Next July , Is there is any Arabic school in the Greek Cyprus ? Primary education  ...

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Posted by testament
Created: 1 year ago

Anybody have baby clothes to give away please let me know 99070395 ...

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Posted by Laura-Edney-909510
Created: 1 year ago - Last reply: 1 year ago

I'm taking a complete stab in the dark but don't know where to ask this question.  My nan moved to paphos almost 10 years ago. She is a Cypriot citizen. She has recently fallen unwell and we need to get her home. Unfortunately neither me or another family member had the room in our homes for a permanent fix. How do we get her back to uk and back to being a British citizen. Her passport is uonfor renewal and will have...

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Posted by jonna-a
Created: 1 year ago

Hey,  Does anybody know any native German speaker who would be interested (and qualified) to give German lessons in Limassol twice a week.  ...

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Posted by Noonbk
Created: 1 year ago - Last reply: 1 year ago

Hello everyone We are moving to Limassol at the end of the month. It is a last minute change of plan/life and a hard decision to take but we decided we didnt want to split the family for a whole school year so we are all following my husband. we have a 6yo girl and 4yo twin boys. We have no schools or them yet, we don't even know where to start. They all speak 3 languages fluently. We have a preference for public sch...

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Posted by Andrea-Skouros-905300
Created: 1 year ago

We are moving to Cyprus on the 22/8 and have just enrolled our daughters (aged 10 & 9) at Pascal Larnaca as they had a position for both girls with the opening of their new junior school. We are from Sydney Australia. Any tips on a smooth transition and could someone tell me if Pascal is a nurturing school as this is our prime criteria for our girls?  Thank you  ...

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