Archive for September, 2013

Cameron speeds up launch of controversial housing plan

Britain’s prime minister launched a critical week for his party’s run-up to the 2015 elections by unexpectedly bringing forward the launch of a mortgage guarantee programme that critics say risks stoking a housing bubble.

Conservative leader David Cameron said on …

Two goals in two minutes helped Barnet come from 1-0 down to beat Salisbury City

Two goals in two minutes helped Barnet come from 1-0 down to beat Salisbury City 3-1 at The Hive.

Dan Fitchett gave the away side an eighth minute lead but the Bees hit back in the second-half with Ahmed Abdulla,

Southgate murder: Man charged with perverting the course of justice

Detectives investigating the murder of Zafer Eren (Photo above)  in Tottenham in April have charged a man following enquires connected to the investigation.

[B] Wayne McNeish, 32 (18.11.80) of West End Lane, NW6 appears in custody at Hendon Magistrates’ Court …

Haringey Borough lose in FA Cup



Saturday September 28th  2013     FA Cup with Budweiser      2nd Qualifying Round

Throughout the first half Borough looked at least the equal of their two division higher opponents who are unbeaten in the Ryman …

Turkish Cypriot Eroglu Derides Varosha Proposal as Diversion from Bail-In

UNITED NATIONS, September 28 — After meeting with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday afternoon, Dervis Eroglu spoke at the UN stakeout, then across the street at the Turkish Center.

In the UN, he was referred to as “Turkish

Theo Paphitis opens new Boux Avenue store in Watford

Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis visited the intu Watford shopping centre yesterday to open the newest branch of his lingerie business, Boux Avenue.

He spent the day meeting customers and media before cutting a ribbon at 1pm.

The chain, which …

Cyprus President: New round of talks must yield results

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades has pointed out that a new round of talks between the two communities on the island must yield results and he reaffirmed the government’s determination to enter into a new decisive negotiating process that would lead …

British archives reveal failure to deal with Cyprus’ anti-colonial struggle

The seventh tranche of the so-called “migrated archives” of the former Colonial Administration Office have been released by The National Archives in London, with dozens of files referring to the EOKA struggle against British rule of Cyprus in the second …

UNSG counts on UK’s continued support on Cyprus

United Nations, Sep 27 (CNA) — United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said that he counts on “the UK’s continued support to help build a positive momentum in the Cyprus negotiations”.

Ban met today in New York with UK …

More winter tourists expected in Cyprus

More than 150 thousand tourists will visit Cyprus in the coming winter, compared to last year’s figures, Minister of Communications and Works Tasos Mitsopoulos said on Friday, as a result of a progamme providing incentives.

In statements to the press …