Archive for September, 2020

A former Member of Parliament found guilty of sexually assaulting two women has been jailed for two years.

Charlie Elphicke, 49 (14.03.71), of St Margaret’s Bay, Dover, was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment at Southwark Crown Court on Tuesday, 15 September.

He was found guilty of three counts of sexual assault on Thursday, 30 July after a trial …

We sadly announce UK Cypriot Yiannis Loizou has passed away

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20.01.1947- 05.09.2020
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It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our beloved father, grandfather and brother Yannis Loizou, that died on the 5 September 2020 at the age of 73. He leaves behind his …

Happy name day to Archbishop Nikitas of Thyateira and Great Britain

Celebratory programme on the occasion of the name day of his Eminence Archbishop Nikitas
Tuesday 15th of September. The feast day of the Great Martyr Nikitas his Eminence will preside at Matins and celebrate the Divine Liturgy at the Cathedral …

International Culture & Friendship Festival ‘Chris Lazari’

The 3rd INTERNATIONAL FRIEND & CULTURE FESTIVAL ′′ CHRISTOS LAZARIS ′′ will be taking place 23rd September 2020, at the Limassol Municipal Garden Theatre with entertainment from the singers Themis Adamantides, Lucas Giorkas and Elena Andreou.
The event is under …

We sadly announce that the Mayor of Hertsmere that covers Potters Bar has passed away just months into first citizen role

The elected members and staff are deeply saddened by the death of the serving Mayor of Hertsmere, Councillor Cynthia Barker, following a period of illness.

Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this extremely sad and difficult time, …

Four countries downgraded, two upgraded, based on COVID-19 epidemiological risk in Cyprus

Estonia and Georgia are being moved from Category A to B, the Czech Republic and Hungary from B to C, Rwanda from C to B, and Australia from B to A, according to the epidemiological risk of countries regarding COVID-19, …

HRVP Borrell: Turkey must immediately de-escalate in the Eastern Mediterranean, or EUCO will consider the consequences

 

Turkey must immediately de-escalate in the Eastern Mediterranean in order to start problem solving dialogue, otherwise the European Council will consider the consequences, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell, told the plenary of the

Cyprus Police checks increase, reported violations of anti-Covid measures drop

The Police have carried out a total of 715 checks island-wide during the past 24 hours, regarding the compliance of premises and individuals with the ministerial decrees to minimize the spread of the coronavirus.

According to a Police spokesperson, five …

​Man shot with crossbow in Uxbridge

Detectives are investigating after a man was shot with a crossbow sustaining critical injuries.

Police were called by London Ambulance Service at 20:08hrs on Monday, 14 September to Pield Heath Road near the junction with Copperfield Avenue, Uxbridge.

Officers attended …

Enfield Council Leader warns households of rising COVID-19 risks

The Leader of Enfield Council has written to every household in the borough to warn them of the ongoing risks related to COVID-19 and the importance of following guidance and getting tested to keep everyone safe.

The rate of positive …