Archive for July, 2017

Barnet Council New state-of-the-art Youth Zone

Barnet’s young people will soon see the development of a state-of-the-art Youth Zone in their borough after a planning application for the project was given approval.

The £6million facility, which is being developed by charity OnSide alongside Barnet Council, will …

27th July 2017

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Enfield Council: Smell a rat when offered cheap rubbish collection

Residents warned of their duty of care when it comes to waste
– Cheaply bought waste collections often result in fly-tipping
– Always check for a registered waste carrier’s certificate

Residents who accept offers of super-cheap rubbish removals could face …

Foreign Minister:Ready to discuss opening of Famagusta as confidence building measure

Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides has expressed readiness to discuss the opening of the fenced off area of Famagusta, known as Varosha, under UN aegis as a confidence building measure (CBM), to enable its lawful inhabitants to return to their homes.

Putin says Russia to expel 755 U.S. diplomatic staff, more measures possible

MOSCOW (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin said Russia will expel 755 U.S. diplomatic staff and could consider imposing additional measures against the United States as a response to new U.S. sanctions, although not for now.

Moscow ordered the United States …

Woman injured trying to avoid car going the wrong way in Cyprus

A woman was slightly injured on Friday morning trying to avoid a car going the wrong way on the motorway to Larnaca airport.

Police said the accident happened at around 8.30am. A 74-year-old man travelling to the airport from Nicosia …

George Michael’s godson will present BBC’s new music talent show 

George Michael’s godson Roman Kemp has been signed up to front a new BBC show to find the next big music stars.

Capital FM breakfast host Roman is set to present The Chart alongside seasoned Radio 2 DJ Zoe Ball.…

Letter to Theresa May unconditionally end the continued isolation of the Turkish Cypriot people”

British Prime Minister Theresa May has been urged to “unconditionally end the continued isolation of the Turkish Cypriot people”, Turkey’s Anadolu Agency (AA) reported.

Turkish Cypriot campaigners in London wrote to the UK premier this week, hitting out against “untenable” …

Ankara activates Plan B for Cyprus

­In the aftermath of the failed talks to reunify Cyprus earlier in the month, Turkey is, according to sources, activating its Plan B in a bid to upgrade the occupied north’s international status.


According to unconfirmed reports, Turkey’s diplomatic …

Apoel boss a has Been sacked after only three games

In a hastily called meeting of Apoel’s top brass late on Thursday, it was decided to terminate the services of Dutch coach Mario Been after just three games in charge and replace him with Greek coach Giorgos Donis, who is …