Archive for May, 2012

Christofias: Vulnerable and the problems created by banks

The Cypriot government will not relegate the financial problems created by banks to the shoulders of the vulnerable, President Demetris Christofias said on Tuesday.

Addressing a charity gala of the Pancyprian Association for the Famine Relief, in Nicosia, the President …

Hundreds of passengers diverted from Gatwick Airport

More than 1,000 passengers expecting to arrive at London Gatwick have been diverted to other airports after flights were unable to land for a time.

Planned urgent maintenance on the main runway and poor visibility saw 24 flights due after …

Turkey’s EU membership would take a very long time

Schulz’s contacts in Turkey; Schulz: “Turkey’s EU membership would take a very long time”
Ankara Anatolia news agency (28.05.12) reported that the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met on Monday with the President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz …

We aim to turn Cyprus into a self-sufficient energy state

Our aim is to gradually turn Cyprus into a self- sufficient energy state, Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism Neoclis Sylikiotis has said, addressing in Brussels the Conference “Mission Growth“ on the subject “The role of policy makers in the …

Ankara is going to create tension during Cyprus’ EU Presidency

The Turkish government is going to create hassles to the Republic of Cyprus during the Cyprus’ EU Presidency to begin July 1st, in order to produce tension, Foreign Minister Erato Kozakou Markoullis, said on Tuesday.

Speaking at a lunch for …

Barnet FC OlympicGold Medal Facilities

Olympic Football Match Officials Getting Gold Medal Facilities at the Hive

  Tuesday 29th May 2012, Edgware – The Hive Football Centre of Excellence has been chosen by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) as …

A Greek Jew a tale of courage and hope

Looking at Kolomba Tzivre, a Greek Jew, it is hard to believe that this lady has not only lived but has actually survived two years in Auschwitz II–Birkenau concentration camp, in Poland.

Born in Didymοteicho, a town in Thrace, northern …

President Christofias inaugurates new road network

Big projects boost development and it is not by chance that Europe is turning to development, as it has ascertained that unreciprocated austerity does not lead to desired results, said here Tuesday President of the Republic of Cyprus, Demetris Christofias.…

14 year old wins 12 Apostle Church Tavli Competition

On Friday the 25th May 2012 the Church of the Twelve Apostles in Brookmans Park, Herts held a backgammon Competition at the Church hall. Around forty persons participated. They enjoyed a beautiful evening with lots of food, drinks and cakes …

Hazard to join Chelsea

Highly-regarded Belgian international midfielder Eden Hazard has opted to join European champions Chelsea ahead of Manchester City and Manchester United, the player said on Monday.

“I am signing for the Champions League winner,” Hazard, 21, said on his Twitter feed …