Archive for July, 2011

Spokesman – Cyprus Issue – Archbishop Makarios

President Christofias’ strategy regarding the Cyprus problem safeguards our reliability and is convincing of our genuine determination to reach a solution, Government Spokesman Stephanos Stephanou said on Sunday.

Addressing the memorial service for the first President of the Republic, the …

President Christofias – Unity

President of the Republic Demetris Christofias on Sunday called for unity in the political arena.

Speaking to the press after the memorial service held for the first President of Cyprus, the late Archbishop Makarios III, President Christofias reminded all of …

President Christofias – Garoyian Meeting

President of the Republic Demetris Christofias and DIKO leader Marios Garoyian held a second meeting on Saturday evening at the Presidential Palace, during which they decided to continue talks regarding the government coalition.

Speaking to the press after the meeting, …

Omirou – Naval Blast – Cyprus

President of the House of Representatives Yiannakis Omirou on Sunday reaffirmed that “we will keep being attentive in order to safeguard that all responsibilities will be attributed for the deadly blast at the naval base near Limassol”.
He noted that …

Cypriot Arsenal Chief Executive speaks out

Cypriot Arsenal chief warns: We can’t compete with Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea

Ivan Gazidis whose maternal Grandmother is from Cyprus has told Arsenal fans that the club cannot compete with the financial resources of their Premier League title …

New president of SEKA – Justice for Cyprus committee in Australia

Elizabeth Sinodinos is the new president of SEKA – Justice for Cyprus committee. Sinodinos brings with her a strong commitment to the Cyprus issue, an extensive background in foreign affairs issues and law, and also a youthful energy.

“Our parents …

Australian Cypriot Senator wants to introduce private bill

Senator Nick Xenophon wants to introduce a Private Senator’s Bill that will ultimately remove the rights political parties have to the general public.

The bill – which he will present to parliament in August – already has the support of …

Theo Paphitis is back on TV tonight in new series

Today, 21:00 on BBC Two (except Northern Ireland (Analogue), Wales (Analogue))

Theo the Cypriot  entrepreneur is back on Dragons Den with a new member on board.
SynopsisIt may be a time of austerity in the UK but not so in

45 Syrians dead in tanks attack

Syrian tanks have stormed the northern city of Hama, killing at least 45 civilians, a leading rights group says.

Hama has been in a state of revolt and virtually besieged for the past month.

Earlier, a doctor confirmed that 24 …

The richest Cypriot pulls off a fake stunt

First Assisted Suicide Broadcast Live Over the Internet

The above was a press release that fooled a lot of media and gave great exposure to Film on and new article is updated live as it happens)

Should an assisted …