Archive for July, 2013

Appeal to find missing Enfield woman

Police are appealing for assistance in tracing a woman who is missing from Enfield.

Lorraine Bayley, 58, was last seen at The Black Horse public house, Hertford Road at 18:00hrs on Monday 22 July.

Lorraine is described as white, 5′ …

Man in his 20’s dies after A1(M) crash at South Mimms

A MAN in his 20’s has died after a two vehicle crash on the A1(M).

The fatal collision took place in the early hours of Monday morning.

At just after 12.30am a blue Renault Clio travelling northbound collided with a …

PAOK suffer blow in UEFA Champions League

PAOK suffered a heavy blow to its Champions League aspirations for the new season after going down to Ukraine’s Metalist Kharkiv 2-0 on Tuesday behind closed doors at Thessaloniki, in the first leg of the competition’s third qualifying round.

Serving …

New teeth grown from urine – study

Scientists have grown rudimentary teeth out of the most unlikely of sources, human urine.

The results, published in Cell Regeneration Journal, showed that urine could be used as a source of stem cells that in turn could be grown into …

Marcos Up & Running In Washington

Marcos is through to the third round of the Citi Open after battling past Lukas Lacko 6-7(2), 6-2, 6-4 on Tuesday night in Washington D.C.

The victory was Marcos’ first on the ATP World Tour since February, when he advanced …

British authorities were secretly monitoring the activities of Greek Cypriots in the UK

British authorities were secretly monitoring the activities of Greek Cypriots in the UK as the country battled for independence, newly released files have revealed.

Officials monitored individuals as well as groups amid concerns that political “agitators” were intimidating fellow Cypriots …

Tio Ellinas still in the hunt for title

Cypriot GP3 leader Tio Ellinas says the race for the title will go down to the wire as the championship reaches its climax.
Ellinas ground after finishing tenth in Hungary but still leads the GP3 Series albeit by a single …

BoC exits resolution regime with strong capital adequacy, CBoC Governor says

Today we are taking a step forward for the Bank of Cyprus, which leaves the resolution regime, having strong capital adequacy,» the Governor of the Central Bank Panicos Demetriades said.

Demetriades made ​​the above brief statement on Tuesday during the …

Cyprus: New vehicle registrations fall by 36.6% in first half of 2013

New vehicle registrations fell by 36.6% in the first six months of the year data published on Tuesday by the Cyprus Statistical Service show.

The total number of newly registered vehicles came to 9,258 at the first six months of …

Cyprus U.N. envoy says peace talks could resume in October

The United Nations’ chief envoy for ethnically divided Cyprus said on Tuesday he anticipated a resumption of peace talks in October after a lull of more than a year.

Reunification talks between estranged Greek and Turkish Cypriots have been stalled …