Archive for October, 2014

This Sunday’s KOPA Football League Fixtures

KOPA Football League Fixtures
Sunday November the 2nd 2014
First Division
Brotherhood v Arachne
10.15am Whittington Park, Holloway road, London, N19 4RS
Olympia v Omonia
10.30am Broomfield Park, Broomfield Lane, Southgate N13 4HE
Aradippou v Tripimeni
12.00pm Southbury Leisure Centre, …

Police are still investigating Potters Bar Cypriot’s death

Herts Constabulary said officers have still not established a definitive cause of death for Milton Papadopoulos, more than a week after his death.

A police spokesman said: “The sudden death of 41 year old Milton Papadopoulos is still being treated …

The Greek Larder, new food store and restaurant from chef Theodore Kyriakou, opens at King’s Cross

The Greek Larder, an inspiring new Greek restaurant and food store by chef Theodore Kyriakou and fellow founder Panos Manuelides, opens today Friday in King’s Cross.
The Greek Larder will bring to London’s food scene Greek regional produce from unique …

Cyprus Rugby team confident of extending world record win streak

The usual air of confidence that floats through the Cyprus changing room before a rugby international is slightly tempered now by the knowledge that some things have changed.

The Moufflons have accomplished so much over the last five years, gliding …

Fire Brigade strikes

FBU strike dates

The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has announced a new period of strike action taking place over four consecutive days:
##FBU members will strike from 6pm on Friday, 31 October 2014 until 6pm on Tuesday, 4 November 2014 …

X Factor stars banned from going to the window of their Hadley Wood home.

Following the gruelling first few round of auditions, it is fast approaching finals time, which sees contestants housed in a luxury London pad.

The 2014 X Factor house is situated on Lancaster Avenue in Hertfordshire’s Hadley Wood.
Its causing havoc …

International Lawyer, Peter Petrou, appointed as Vice-President of the American International Commercial Arbitration Court

Peter Petrou, has been appointed to the position of Vice-President of the American International Commercial Arbitration Court.
Peter Petrou graduated from Kings’ College London University where he studied Law and obtained LLB (Hons). He then attended BBP Law School in …

British tourist struck by lightning in Paphos

A 56-year-old British tourist has been hospitalised after being struck by lighting during a storm in Paphos on Friday morning. According to the police, Stuart Halls had just walked out of a hotel apartment complex in the Achelia area during …

Lesson’s from the Cypriot crash after 35 years of rising prosperity

Countries can learn lessons from Cyprus’ economic crash and subsequent bailout package in terms of preventing future financial crises, according to a new report published today.

In March 2013, Cyprus agreed to a €17-billion international bailout by the International Monetary …

Ryanair still in bidding for Cyprus Airways

Ryanair is in the second round of bidders to take over loss-making Cyprus Airways, chief executive Michael O’Leary said yesterday.

Mr O’Leary said his company would meet with auditor KPMG in Cyprus today, but did not know how the process …