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Finsbury Park station evacuated

There were no trains running on the Victoria Line from Walthamstow Central to King’s Cross from about 5pm until 5.45pm, and Piccadilly Line trains were not stopping at the station.

The station has now reopened but “severe delays” are expected …

Community clean up event at Turkish-occupied Agios Panteleimonas Monastery

Α community cleanup event to protect and preserve the Agios Panteleimonas Monastery, in the Turkish-occupied village of Myrtou, will take place on Thursday, January 10.
 
Representatives from the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage, the European Commission and the United Nations …

Spehar underscores goal of a united Cyprus while welcoming UNFICYP’s new Force Commander 

Elizabeth Spehar, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative and Head of the peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP), underlined the goal for a united Cyprus while welcoming Monday new Force Commander, Major General Cheryl Pearce from Australia.
 
Speaking during a welcoming ceremony …

Appeal after shop worker sprayed with a noxious substance

Detectives are appealing for information and witnesses after a shop worker was sprayed with a noxious substance.

Police were called at around 17:45hrs on 27 December to reports of a man injured after being sprayed with a substance in Cardigan …

Missing woman found

Police were appealing for help to trace a missing woman.

Sophie Chapman, 31, has now been found.

 

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Three found guilty of killing man in Ilford with garden shears and pick axe handles

A group of three men who ambushed and lly beat a man to death with garden shears and pick axe handles in a revenge attack have been found guilty of killing him.

The men were found guilty at the Old …

Greek community in Japan celebrate blessing of the seas

The Greek Orthodox community in Japan celebrated Epiphany in Southern Japan in a place called Okinawa on Sunday. The service was made by Father David an American Greek Orthodox priest

The cross was retrieved eight year old Leonidas the son …

Haringey creative boosts announced for 2019

The Mayor of London has announced that Haringey will benefit from funding to support creative industries, as South Tottenham becomes one of six London areas to be designated a Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ).

The funding will secure new training, skills …

Fraudster receives criminal record for Blue Badge abuse

A woman from Waltham Cross has received a criminal record for committing Blue Badge fraud, following an investigation by the Hertfordshire Shared Anti-Fraud Service.

On 4 January 2019, a Waltham Cross resident faced charges under section 117 of the Road …

Assets worth 800 billion pounds to shift from UK to EU due to Brexit

Assets worth nearly 800 billion pounds are being moved from Britain to new financial hubs in the European Union ahead of Brexit, consultancy EY said on Monday.

Britain, which is due to leave the bloc in March, has yet to …