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We expect to see progress during Lute’s visit to Cyprus,

The Greek Cypriot side expects to see progress with regard to an agreement on the terms of reference, during the visit of Jane Holl Lute, the UN Secretary-General’s envoy, who arrives Saturday in Cyprus and is scheduled to have separate …

Man jailed for driving offences

A man has been jailed for driving offences after he collided with a child’s buggy in Newham.

Mantas Kaupas, 37 (21.01.81) of Sherrard Road, E7 was sentenced at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Friday, 1 February to 18 months’ imprisonment having …

Keep your skin silky soft this Winter

With the combination of cold weather and central heating on full blast, you may very well find that your skin may be in need of a little TLC. So step up your skin routine a notch in order to make …

Sofia Karvela on those pregnancy and divorce rumours

Sofia Karvela, daughter of superstar Anna Vissi and Nikos Karvelas, has dismissed rumours she is pregnant with her third child, but refrained from answering if she has separated with the father of her two children, Thanasi Panourgia.

Speaking from New …

Greek singer Paola live in London

Greek singer Paola is making her first ever live performance in the UK on Saturday 30th March 2019!

Hellenic Nights in association with Showtime Promotions continues its unique events at the London Hilton Park Lane with yet another of Greece’s …

Pound falls on no-deal Brexit worries

Sterling fell on Tuesday as British lawmakers rejected most amendments seeking for Britain to avoid leaving the European Union without a deal, reviving worries of a chaotic withdrawal from the trading bloc that would damage the UK economy.

Lawmakers failed …

Theresa May, like Thatcher all those years ago, only worse

As someone who lived through and was affected by Margaret Thatcher and the way she decimated massive swathes of this country, I have spent years convinced that she presided over the cruellest, most insensitive government I was likely to see …

10 things a visitor will love about our Island Cyprus

Cyprus has beaches to stretch out on, ruins to wander and an authentic cheese to chew on. It’s the island of love, or lust – depending on whether you’re an Aphrodite or Agia Napa fan.

But it’s suited to calmer …

Bambos Charalambous MP comments on Cypriot ex-guerrillas torture case

The British Government has agreed an out-of-court settlement worth £1m in compensation for thirty-three Greek Cypriots who filed class action lawsuits of human rights abuses.

The claims, filed four years ago, included rape and torture, and the 33 will now …

Tsipras and Zaev nominated for 2019 Nobel Peace Prize

Leaders of three parliamentary groups – Socialists and Democrats (S&D), Greens and United European Left-Nordic Green Left (GUE-NGL) have nominated Prime Ministers of Greece and Macedonia Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev for a Nobel Peace Prize.

Parliaments of both countries …