Archive for September, 2013

Stef Charalambous Continues His Winning Streak

You may remember in a recent edition of the Parikiaki newspaper we carried the story of Stefanos Charalambous, a young man who is beginning to make a name for himself across the UK in the world of kart racing, winning …

Cyprus accept coach Nioplias’s resignation

Nikos Nioplias has resigned as coach of Cyprus with immediate effect following “friendly discussions” with the national association in the wake of a 2-0 defeat on Tuesday

The Cyprus Football Association (CFA) have announced that they have parted ways with …

Cypriot jailed for 25 years

A man of 34 was jailed for 25 years on Thursday for the fatal shooting of a fellow villager and the attempted murder of four others.
Prodromos Hadjipanayis, from Kofinou village in Larnaca, had shot 54-year-old Panicos Stavrou before turning …

UN envoy to Cyprus hands Maras plan to Eroglu

The United Nations’ (UN) envoy to Cyprus Alexander Downer on Wednesday handed over the proposal of the Greek Cypriot administration leader Nikos Anastasiadis to the President of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Dervis Eroglu regarding closed city, Maras. Following …

Proud of my heritage says successful Cypriot Australian

What a year it’s been for AFL. Controversy after controversy. The Essendon Football Club saga will be one that will be remembered for a long time yet, but spare a though for the AFL’s CEO. Where was Andrew Demetriou when …

No other country needs investments as much as Cyprus, says Schulz

European Parliament President Martin Schulz has said that no other country needs investments as much as Cyprus.

Schulz was speaking during a press conference on the sidelines of a European Parliament plenary, in Strasburg, on Wednesday.

He referred to the …

Hilton Cyprus Triumphs at World Travel Awards in Europe 2013

Hotel One of 20 Hilton Worldwide Properties Recognized at the Prestigious Awards

Hilton Cyprus has been recognised as Cyprus’s leading hotel and Cyprus’s leading business hotel at the European final of the renowned World Travel Awards 2013, voted for by

Greece teachers strike

The first day of the school year on Wednesday was marked by the brewing of a political row between the conservative-led government and the main leftist opposition SYRIZA ahead of rolling strike action by teachers which is expected to paralyze …

12th September 2013

12th September 2013…

Build for future now, says Adonis in mayoral pitch

Bold plans for a new town east of London, three new river crossings and a radical approach to developing the Thames Gateway are being unveiled tonight by a former Cabinet minister tipped to run for Mayor.

“London after Boris” will