Archive for April, 2018

Residents making a difference in Barnet honoured at Civic Awards ceremony

A special ceremony held at Hendon Town Hall on Wednesday 25th April recognised the efforts of 22 people for their hard work and dedication to their community.

7 Civic Award framed vellums were given for Lifetime Achievement and Outstanding Service

High Court backs Islington in a landmark planning case on affordable homes

A High Court judge has backed Islington Council in a long-standing battle between the council and developer First Base (Parkhurst Road Limited), who refused to provide affordable homes on a former Territorial Army site in line with the council’s planning …

Man jailed for the murder of his daughter

[Victim: Sophia Peters]

A man has been jailed for life, with a minimum of 24 years, having pleaded guilty to the murder of his seven-year-old daughter.

Robert Peters, 56 (26.01.62) of Blenheim Park, Raynes Park, SW20, was sentenced at the

easyCoffee boss shares his views on beverage market

With last week’s news that easyCoffee was seeking funds to open 200 stores over the next three years, Coffee Business World’s editor Kate Oppenheim speaks to CEO Nathan Lowry to find out more.

Low prices are at the heart of …

A reunited Cyprus must participate effectively in EU decision-making process as a normal state, FM tells CNA

The reunited Republic of Cyprus should be able to function as a normal, functional EU member state and to actively and effectively participate in the decision-making process of the Union, Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides has told the Cyprus News Agency

Paphos and Alexandria sign twining protocol

Paphos and Alexandria have signed a twining protocol during a ceremony in the Egyptian city.

The official ceremony took place at the Governorate of Alexandria where Paphos Mayor Phedonas Phedonos and the city’s governor, Mohamed Sultan signed the protocol, in …

Cyprus’ EU membership has not worked as a catalyst for a solution

Cyprus` membership to the EU in 2004 has not worked as a catalyst towards a solution of the Cyprus problem, former Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides has told CNA.

The former Minister recalled, at the same time, that the EU was …

Community Youth Football Results

Sunday 29th April 2018

U18

AEK Black 4 Maccabi London 1

Omonia White 2 Enfield Town 6

U15

100% soccer school 5 Omonia White 0

AEK Gold 5 AC Finchley 3

U13

Omonia Green 2 Watford 6

Omonia Silver 8 …

East Mediterranean: How much natural gas are we talking about?

Quite ceremoniously, and  two years after the discovery of the Zohr gas field, the Italian EMI has announced that in 2019, it will put into operation the second gas production plant.

“Our recent success strengthens the excellent course of development

Some £34 billion of Russian money is currently invested in the British Overseas Territories, making it the third most popular place to store money, after Cyprus and the Netherlands.

British Overseas Territories are playing a huge role in laundering dirty money from Russia, analysis of figures from the IMF and Russian Central Banks has revealed.

The amount of money held by Russians in the UK is dwarfed by the …