Archive for October, 2016

AKEL will continue to struggle for the verification of the fate of all missing persons, both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots

On 29th October 1974 the last prisoners of the Turkish invasion were set free. It was the day that signaled the beginning of the torment for hundreds of families of the missing persons.

In 2010 the House of Representatives, after …

Haringey welcomes more child refugees

New figures published today show the number of unaccompanied asylum seeking children supported by Haringey has increased to 46 this week. These include 3 children from Calais who arrived here this week under the ‘Dubs Amendment’. In January 2016 Haringey …

President says many concerns on Cyprus issue are unfounded and unjustified

President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has said that many of the concerns about the Cyprus issue and ongoingpeace process are unfounded and unjustified. He pointed out that we should not be fearful because fear leads to inactiveness and finally …

Tottenham – fire in a flat

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers have been called to a fire at a flat in High Road, South Tottenham.

Part of a flat on the second floor of the building was damaged by fire.

Three people left …

St Andrew the Apostle student wins national money competition prize

A 12 year-old St Andrew the Apostle School student has beaten off more than 5300 competitors to win a prize for his money and finance abilities in the national My Money Week schools’ competition.
Matthew Albert was one of ten …

Sir Stelios picks five finalists for national entrepreneur award

Five finalists handpicked by Sir Stelios each win £10,000

· Companies on the shortlist include: app for restaurant menus, portable gyms for wheelchair users, inclusive training and community engagement, and sports facilities for disabled people.

· Winner will win a …

Met welcomes Lord Harris report on London’s preparedness for a terrorist incident

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) welcomes Lord Harris’s comprehensive report into London’s preparedness to deal with a major terrorist incident, which highlights how emergency services in London are in a position to respond substantially faster and more effectively than five …

FBI to review more emails related to Clinton’s private email use

The FBI said on Friday it will investigate additional emails that have surfaced relating to Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email system, in a new twist to the U.S. presidential campaign with 11 days to go before Election Day.…

Enfield Council:200 properties secured for Council housing company

Enfield Council’s independent housing company, Housing Gateway, has purchased its 200th property as part of a continuing strategy to reduce expensive temporary accommodation costs.

The company has already saved the Council almost £1 million through purchasing family homes in the …

Divided Cyprus now split by time

When the clocks go back in the Greek Cypriot south, the time will not change in the Turkish Cypriot north of the island, creating two different time zones on the ethnically split island.

In September Turkey agreed to end the …