Archive for January, 2023

Djokovic once again proves too strong for Tsitsipas

Stefanos Tsitsipas seen here eith our Michael Yiakoumi succumbed on Sunday to a superior Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open final, going down in straight sets, though two of them were lost for the Greek in the tie break.

Djokovic’s …

The mandate for United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) is expected to get renewed

The mandate for United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) is expected to get renewed annually, instead of every six months, from now on.

According to CNA information, in the resolution of the United Nations Security Council that is expected …

Operation of Vasiliko Energy Center paves the way for full growth of degraded area in Larnaka

Today marks a historic milestone for Larnaka region, President Nicos Anastasiades said, during the inauguration of the gas terminal of the VLPG consortium in Vasiliko area.

He said that the operation of the gas terminal, marks the completion of the …

Cyprus-Greece to enhance cooperation on climate crisis and civil protection, 

The expansion of Cyprus-Greece cooperation to deal with the climate crisis, civil protection and the green transition was discussed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ioannis Kasoulides, with the Minister of Climate Crisis and Civil Protection of Greece, Christos Stylianides, …

Appeal to trace missing Streatham woman last seen at Victoria tube station

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a woman who is missing from Streatham.

Erherhe Iwheta, known as ‘Rae Rae’, left home in Streatham at around 16:45hrs on Wednesday, 25 January.

Officers have established that Rae Rae boarded …

Father and son who robbed and murdered man given life sentences

A father and son have been jailed for a combined total of 48 years after they were convicted of robbing and murdering a man in Greenwich.

Ernesto Elliott, 45 (08.04.77) of Parquier Road, E17, and Nico Elliott, 23 (02.07.99) of …

UK PM Sunak fires party chairman Zahawi over tax affairs

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak fired the Conservative Party chair Nadhim Zahawi from government on Sunday after an investigation into his tax affairs found a serious breach of the ministerial code.

Sunak had ordered independent adviser to investigate questions over …

Cypriot school students can apply to shadow the British and Australian High Commissioners in Nicosia.

This spring, for the first time, the British and Australian High Commissioners will open their doors and their diaries to select Cypriot school students who will join a range of the High Commissioners’ meetings and events from 6th – 10th …

Police concerned for welfare of missing man

Detectives searching for missing Nathan Cole are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

Nathan, who is 32 and from the Notting Hill area, was last in contact with his family at 21:33hrs on Sat, 21 January in Wandsworth, when he …

East End girl could become first female Cypriot MP in the UK

Suzy Stride, an active member of the Cypriot community, is running to become the first ever Cypriot Women to sit in Parliament.

Stride has been a Labour activist since she was a teenager and ascribes her passion for politics to …