Archive for January, 2018

Now is the time for all those people who want real change and envision the Cyprus of the future to have their say

The election result on Sunday will determine not just the next five year term, but also subsequent decades. It will determine in which Cyprus we, our children and grandchildren, will live in.

We call on Mr. Anastasiades’ election campaign team …

More Cup tie success for Omonia Youth FC teams

There was more Cup tie success for community grassroots football club Omonia Youth FC, sponsored by P&M Construction UK Ltd.

Nick Georgiou and Kenny Gregori’s  Under 15 White won their Spring Shield tie 3-0 thanks to a tremendous performance. Nick …

Sir Stelios captured in oil at the National Portrait Gallery

As of 30th January 2018 easyJet founder and philanthropist, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, has been captured in oil with a specially commissioned painting in London’s National Portrait Gallery.

Artist Mary Jane Ansell used oil on an aluminium panel to portray Sir …

Green light for six new cycle routes across London

“High-quality cycling infrastructure cannot simply be an option available to a minority of Londoners, and our new Strategic Cycling Analysis shows that

London Mayor hails launch of unlimited bus ‘Hopper’ fare

“Alongside my TfL fares freeze, the expanded ‘Hopper’ is a key part of my commitment

Haringey Council Leader, Claire Kober is to step down

Haringey Council Leader, Claire Kober, has today written to Zina Etheridge, Chief Executive to confirm her decision that she will stand down as Councillor for Seven Sisters ward and Leader of the Council at the local elections in May.

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Incident of outraging public decency – Hertfordshire

Do you recognise this man?

We’re appealing for help after an incident of outraging public decency on board a late night train from Kings Cross to Hertford North.

Between 1.08am and 1.38am on Friday 22 September, a man sat next

Man assaulted at Green Park Tube – London

Detectives are today appealing for information following a violent assault at Green Park London Underground station.

Just after 11pm on 17 December, there was an altercation on board a southbound Victoria Line train. The altercation between a group of males …

Pupils in Barnet have enjoyed another year of Key Stage 2 success.

Annual performance statistics for 2017 show that Key Stage 2 pupils achieving the expected standard were again above the national average for reading, writing and maths combined.

They were also above the national average for the separate subjects of reading, …

Results of Cyprus presidential elections to be known 90 minutes after polling stations close

The results of the second round of presidential elections will be known the latest by 1930 local time (17.30 GMT), just one-and-a-half hours after polling stations close, at 1800 on Sunday, February 4, Deputy Returning Officer Demetris Demetriou has told