Archive for November, 2021

Transport for London customers risk being fined as national regulations reintroduced

Government has re-introduced national regulations making face coverings compulsory on public transport and in shops from Tuesday unless an exemption applies
“I welcome the Government’s announcement that face coverings are now compulsory in shops and on public transport nationwide, as

TSB to close more branches

Another 70 branches are to shut by the end of June, on top of a significant closure programme throughout this year.

The bank said the Covid pandemic had accelerated customers’ use of digital banking instead of branches.

It said none

Earlham Primary School in Haringey

Our Cabinet Member for #EarlyYears, #Children & #Families, Cllr Zena Brabazon, paid a visit to Earlham Primary School in #WoodGreen this morning to see the fantastic learning spaces available to the young children & staff there.
She also

Help for the beautiful beloved Hayley

Hayley, is a very dear friend to many people in the Cypriot community notably a much loved sister inlaw to Demetri Polycarpou (UK Cypriot) as well as being close family friends with the Arghyrou family (UK Cypriots), we as a …

15-year-old missing from home in Nicosia, Cyprus

Christos is thin, 1.70 metres tall, with short blond hair and brown eyes. He was

 Fusion is the name of the latest  Greek band to appear on the scene and already, the team have made a big impact!.

The brain child of founding members Tony ,Harry and George, Fusion debut their first gig on the 13th of November. The night was a spectacular success that kept everyone on the dance floor till the very end!

“The name fusion …

Remembering the missing persons of Cyprus

Over 900 people remain missing since Turkey illegally invaded and occupied Cyprus in 1974. The Committee of Missing Persons in Cyprus continues to search for the missing under the auspices of the United Nations. However, without the cooperation of Turkey …

Congratulations to our Yannis Andritsopoulos, journalist who has been shortlisted for the FPA Member Story of the Year (Foreign Language) Award

Yannis Andritsopoulos, journalist with Parikiaki and Ta Nea Greek daily newspaper, has been shortlisted for the FPA Member Story of the Year (Foreign Language) Award at the Foreign Press Association Awards in London.

Yannis was shortlisted for his exclusive interview …

Small Business Saturday: spending money locally this festive season

With Christmas on the horizon, Islington Council is encouraging residents to spend their money at local, independent businesses to keep our high streets thriving.

Small Business Saturday takes place this week (Saturday, 4 December). It is an annual, national event …

EU Commissioner Kyriakides highlights four points in a letter to 27 Health Ministers on Omicron variant

Measures taken by the European Union aim to buy time for scientists, so that they can go on and analyse the Omicron variant and take control of the situation, as the COVID-19 pandemic takes a new turn. “I prefer that …