Archive for March, 2018

Barnet FC back on winning track

Two second half John Akinde penalties either side of a Harry McKirdy header gave the Bees all three points in difficult conditions.

On a wet afternoon at The Hive London, both sides took their time to adjust to the conditions. …

A win for Liverpool over Crystal Palace

Reporting from Crystal Palace v Liverpool our own Michael Yiakoumi seen here with a happy Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp just after his team beat Crystal Palace and are looking good for their Champions League match versus Manchester City. He did …

St Andrews has Talent

On Friday 23rd March 2018, St Andrew the Apostle Greek Orthodox School held their Annual Talent Show at The Intimate Theatre, Palmers Green.

The annual event has become a key date in the school’s diary since its opening in 2013 …

Theatre Reviews

Murder most heinous

 

Rufus Norris sets out his stall from the off. His very granular and grim Macbeth (National Theatre) opens with a beheading and from there it plumbs the depths, the production spiralling slowly and painfully downwards scraping off …

Film Reviews

READY PLAYER ONE

Steven Spielberg’s science fiction action adventure is based on Ernest Cline’s cult novel which is set in the year 2045.

The world is on the verge of catastrophe but the people manage to find a kind of …

Nail it

The Nail i‎ndustry has been big for years. It is second to having hair done and followed by make-up. Even those who don’t often like to wear much make-up, still like to get their nails done. It was, and still …

Elaina Sophocli running the London Marathon 2018 for WellChild

Greek Cypriot Elaina Sophocli is running the London Marathon this year for the first time for WellChild, the national charity giving seriously ill children the best chance to thrive – at home with their families.

Elaina, who admits she’s “never …

Hertfordshire Computer hacker ordered to pay back £70,000

A computer hacker who was jailed for creating malware responsible for 1.7 million cyber attacks has been ordered to pay back almost £70,000 – or must face another two years in prison.

Adam Mudd, now 21, of Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, …

Community-wide celebration in London to mark the national Day celebrations of 25 March 1821 and 1 April 1955

On Sunday 25th March, the National Federation of Cypriots in the UK organised a community-wide celebration to mark the national day celebrations of 25 March 1821 and 1 April 1955 at Ashmole Academy in North London.

The guest speaker was …

Shot of cognac sells in Cypriot owned London bar for £10k

A shot of cognac has sold in a London bar for £10,014, setting a new world record.

The 40ml serving of Rome de Bellegarde sold on Wednesday night in London’s Hyde Kensington after it was discovered in the cellars of …