Archive for August, 2021

St Panteleimon set the pace for the league title

St. Panteleimon, on the back of a 3-1 win over Wokingham, arrived in confident mood for this away fixture against Southall. This top of the table clash did not disappoint and saw both teams applauded off the pitch when the …

State ordered by ECHR to pay non-pecuniary damage in Vassiliou and Others v. Cyprus case

The European Court of Human Rights ordered on Tuesday the Republic of Cyprus to pay around 60,000 euro for non-pecuniary damage to the applicants in the Vassiliou and Others v. Cyprus case. 

In a press release, the ECHR says that …

Cyprus reports two deaths and 287 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, 138 patients are hospitalised

Cyprus’ Health Ministry announced on Tuesday that two people passed away from COVID-19 bringing total deaths from the disease to 503 and that 138 patients are being treated in hospitals, of whom 54 in serious condition. According to the Ministry, …

Oil slick moving away from Cypriot shores, GC co-chair of Bicommunal Committee on Environment tells CNA

An oil slick from a Syrian power plant that was threatening Cyprus seems to be moving away from the island’s eastern shores, according to the Greek Cypriot co-chair of the Bicommunal Technical Committee on Environment, Michalis Loizides.

Loizides has told …

Cyprus wins gold in ISSF Junior World Cup Shotgun in Kazakhstan

Cyprus national junior team with Varnavas Theodorou, Petros Englezoudis, and Kleanthis Varnavides on Monday, cliched the gold medal in Junior Men Skeet at the ISSF Junior World Cup Shotgun taking place in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
 
According to a Cyprus National Shooting …

President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades decorated on Monday evening US Senator, Robert Menendez, with the Grand Cross of the Order of Makarios III,

President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades decorated on Monday evening US Senator, Robert Menendez, with the Grand Cross of the Order of Makarios III, during a ceremony at the Presidential Palace, in Nicosia. From his part, Menendez, a member of the …

UK reaffirms support to Cyprus settlement efforts and UN resolutions on Famagusta

The UK Government has reaffirmed its commitment to play a supportive role in the UN process to reach a settlement in Cyprus as well as its continuing full support for the UN Security Council resolutions regarding Famagusta.

In a response …

Elderly man attacked on-board on London underground

Do you recognise these people?

Officers investigating an unprovoked assault on-board a Central line Tube are today releasing CCTV images in connection.

At just before 9pm on Sunday 4 July, the victim, an elderly man, was travelling on a Central …

Ireland to drop almost all COVID-19 restrictions in October

DUBLIN, Aug 31 (Reuters) – Ireland, which had one of Europe’s longest COVID-19 lockdowns, will drop almost all pandemic restrictions in October after one of the continent’s most successful vaccine rollouts, Prime Minister Micheal Martin said on Tuesday.

From Oct. …

Britain records 32,181 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday

Britain on Tuesday recorded 32,181 new cases COVID-19, up from 26,476 the previous day following a long holiday weekend, official government figures showed.

Britain reported 50 deaths within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test, compared to the 48 recorded …