Archive for October, 2014

20 miners trapped after accident in central Turkey coal mine

The accident occurred around noon at a coal mine near the Pamuklu village in the province’s Ermenek district. Rescue teams and ambulances have been dispatched to the area.

The incident occurred when water that had accumulated underground flooded a gallery …

Flat fire in Enfield

Firefighters were called to a fire at a block of flats in Gilda Avenue at the junction with Mollison Avenue, Enfield, this morning.

One flat was damaged in the fire and a man was rescued by police before the Brigade …

Marcos wins in Geneva

Marcos reached the second round of the Geneva Challenger on Tuesday as he dismissed Croatia’s Ante Pavic 6-4, 6-2 in 64 minutes.

In the pair’s first meeting, Marcos fired 11 aces and won 90 per cent of his first serve …

France reiterates strong support to Cyprus over rights in EEZ

France has reiterated its strong support to Cyprus as regards its sovereign rights in its Exclusice Economic Ζone.

According to a written statement, issued Wednesday by Government Spokesman Nikos Christodoulides, President of France Francois Hollande has sent a letter of …

Spokesman calls on international community to intervene over Turkish provocations in EEZ

All those who are interested in the Cyprus solution must turn to Turkey and demand the country terminates its violations in Cyprus` exclusive economic zone, Government Spokesman Nicos Christodoulides has said.

Speaking Tuesday in Paphos during the celebrations for the …

Community Youth Football Results

October the 26th 2014
U18
Edgware Town 0 Omonia Silver 1
Olympiacos 0 Omonia Green 9
U16
Maccabi London 3 Panathinaikos Green 1
Omonia Gold 1 Boreham Wood 5
Sandridge 1 Olympiacos White 3
TFA 0 London Colney 3
Panathinaikos …

Capital cup round up

Mario Balotelli enjoyed a rare moment of ecstasy in a Liverpool shirt by inspiring a 2-1 win over Swansea City in the League Cup on Tuesday while Chelsea had to call for reinforcements to see off Shrewsbury Town.

On a …

Cyprus to sell land to help reduce debt

A government bill paving the way for the sale or lease of state land has been submitted to parliament.
Drafted by the interior ministry, the bill would allow the sale or leasing – via public tender – of land plots …

Cyprus Ochi date marked around the island

Liturgies and school parades marked Ochi day on Tuesday, marking Greek resistance against the Axis powers during WWII when Greek dictator Ioannis Metaxas rejected the ultimatum given by the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini on October 28, 1940, who had demanded …

Fire at shop and flats in Muswell Hill

Six fire engines and around 35 firefighters and officers attended a fire at Marks and Spencers shop with disused flats above it on Muswell Hill Broadway last night.

The entire ground, first and second floor of the building was completely …