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UK Cypriot Brother and sister inherit £140,000 lottery windfall from grandad they never knew

UK Cypriot Nick Christou and his sister are eligible for £70,000 each after legal costs after discovering they were next of kin of their estranged grandfather.

Staffordshire-based Jim Ross, who died last year aged 80, lost contact with his daughter …

Happy birthday to our Andreas Chialoufas who celebrates 90 years

We like to wish Andreas Chialoufas a happy 90th birthday.
Andreas who now lives in Cyprus with his wife Christalla was the the General manager of Parikiaki Newspaper from 1984 to 1995 and was the Co founder of the Cyprus …

Comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon plan to argue over souvlaki and moussaka

Lovable British frenemies Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon have embarked on their fourth food and travel adventure, and this time they plan to argue over souvlaki and moussaka.

“The Trip,” a semi-improvised travelogue series, has chronicled Coogan and Brydon’s trips …

Kalymnos, the island of sponge divers

The photo is accredited by fscomps.fotosearch.com. This was the diving suit of a sponge diver around 1940s and is called “skafandro”.

Depicting Sponge Fishing in Kalymnos.
Kalymnos is an island that is located in the south-east of Greece. It is …

CIOS CHALLENGES AND TIPS ON DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Digital transformation is obviously the buzz trend of our era. It demands an essential evolution of core business technologies and operations in order to meet customer’s demands and create a viable advantage.
Here comes the role of the Chief information …

Kalymnos, a must rock climber’s destination for 2019

Rock-Climbing at Masouri, Kalymnos. Photo by Nikolaos Smalios, National Geographic’s awarded winner

By Katerina Tiliakou

When it comes to rock climbing Kalymnos, the island of sponge divers, as it is widely known does not need introductions. Thousands of professional and …

Celebrating 150 years of Finsbury Park

2019 marks the 150th anniversary of the opening of Finsbury Park. To celebrate the occasion we hosted a wide range of events and activities by working with the local community.

Finsbury Park celebrates its 150 years with a Sesquicentennial Summer …

Path leading to Cyprus settlement talks seems to be opening

A certain path seems to be opening, leading to the resumption of settlement talks, after Friday’s meeting of the two leaders, Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said on Saturday. Addressing a local festival, in Pissouri, a village in the southern coast …

UN Secretary General sends letter to President Anastasiades on Famagusta and terms of reference 

The United Nations’ position concerning the city of Famagusta remains the same, Secretary General Antonio Guterres said in a letter he sent to President Nicos Anastasiades, adding that the UN was ready to contribute to the implementation of any measures …

2019 a difficult year for Cyprus tourism but no need to panic, Deputy Minister says

Deputy Minister for Tourism Savvas Perdios said that 2019 is a difficult year for tourism, but stressed that there is no need for panic, pointing out that positive developments may be expected in the coming weeks with regard to covering …