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Cyprus Historical discovery on the citadel of Ancient Paphos 

A historical discovery on the citadel of Ancient Paphos (Kouklia-Palaepaphos) was made by the University of Cyprus expedition.

In particular, the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus has announced the completion of the 14th annual field campaign carried out by the …

Prolonged inactivity in the Cyprus talks could lead to permanent division of the island, Famagusta resolution warns

Famagusta Municipality has warned that the prolonged inactivity in the Cyprus talks could lead to the occupied areas’ gradual annexation with Turkey and the permanent division of the island.
 
The municipality’s council convened on Wednesday on the occasion of the …

George Michael’s English Cottage Sells for £3.4 Million

The English country house that was the longtime home of the late pop star George Michael has sold.  

The 16th-century spread, in the village of Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, changed hands for £3.4 million (US$4.09 million) on July 31, according to records …

Our Andrea Georgiou meets the Cypriot Smurf

Our Andrea Georgiou meets up with Peter Leandro Kypri better known as funny man Cypriot Smurf. Interview coming soon to Parikiaki Newspaper…

Residents enjoy activities & events at Finsbury Park’s 150th anniversary celebrations

Finsbury Park has just turned 150 and residents have been celebrating in style.

Events were held between August 1 and 11 to mark the milestone, including a free outdoor screening of Dirty Dancing, a family fun day, and the opening …

Trespasser jailed for climbing on top of a tunnel in London and causing mass rail disruption

A man who blocked trains between London, Kent and France by climbing on top of a tunnel overlooking railway lines near St Pancras International Station has been jailed.

Terry Maher clambered onto the tunnel with a St George’s flag, power …

Islington Council prosecution brings £30,000 compensation for victims of rogue builder

A building firm director has been ordered to pay £30,000 compensation to two victims after leaving them with below-standard, overpriced and incomplete building work carried out at their homes.

In both cases, older residents were given quotes for relatively minor …

Enfield Keep on running

The iconic Forty Hall Fun Run, which raises cash for the Mayor of Enfield’s charity, is back – and you can register to take part now.

The event on 29 September, takes place around the grounds of the Forty Hall …

Your questions answered on new bin services by Enfield Council

Changes to bin services will start to take shape this autumn and Enfield Council’s waste and recycling team will be on tour to give help and advice.

The team will be able to answer all your questions and give tips …

US Congress delegation to visit Cyprus end of August to meet with officials dealing with financial issues

A US Congress delegation will visit Cyprus at the end of August to hold a series of meetings with officials dealing with financial matters, the Cyprus News Agency (CNA) has learned.

The delegation will be headed by Maxine Waters, Chairwoman …