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There are always risks involved reviving “issue” plays from a previous era which may have been topical and relevant at the time but in this fast-changing world could now be seen as dated dramatic shibboleths. Not so …

UK Cypriot Mike Thalassitis’ family speak out in heartbreaking statement

Mike Thalassitis’ family have spoken out following his tragic death last month at the age of 26.

After the late Love Island star was laid to rest on Friday, his family shared a statement detailing the “grief, stress, sadness and …

Huge surge in demand for Cyprus passports from UK Cypriots

The past three years have seen a surge in the demand for Cypriot passports by the UK’s Cypriot community, while over 1,000 passports were expected to be issued this year.

Cypriots living or born in the UK can register for …

50 days until CyWineFest’19 Opens its doors!

Since January’s save the date event announcement the reaction has been positively charged, and the buzz is continuing, now with just over 50 days until the Cypriot Wine Festival & Business Expo 2019 opens its doors the team is gearing …

On the 78th anniversary of AKEL’s foundation in Cyprus

On 11th April 1941 an act of association took place in the village of Skarinou 78 years ago, which was to have a catalytic role in the history of Cyprus and the entire development of the Cypriot people. On the …

UK parliament very likely to consider new Brexit referendum

Philip Hammond said he hoped parliament would break the Brexit impasse by passing a deal by the end of June, potentially ending the calls for a new referendum, and there was a “good chance” of a breakthrough in talks with …

Teenager stabbed in Bounds Green fighting for life

Police were called to Bounds  Green Road junction with Nightingale Road, N22 at 21:27hrs following reports of a male stabbed.

Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found a man, believed to be aged 19, suffering from a stab wound. …

Cyprus can benefit further from rescEU, Commissioner Stylianides says 

Cyprus can benefit even more from the implementation of the European Civil Protection Mechanism rescEU, European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides said on Friday, noting that European solidarity knows no borders.                                                        
 
Opening the virtual reality exhibition …

Arnos Grove Man jailed for grooming offences

A man has been jailed for three years for grooming a 13-year-old girl for sex.

Robert Morrison, 57 (20.05.61) of Limes Avenue, N11 was convicted at Wood Green Crown Court on Thursday, 14 March after pleading guilty to grooming offences. …

CCTV stills issued of man sought following two stabbings in Kilburn

Detectives investigating two stabbings in Kilburn have released CCTV images of a man they want to trace in connection with the incidents.

Both incidents took place in the early hours of Tuesday, 9 April at separate locations on Kilburn High …