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Appeal to trace woman who has absconded from mental health facility in North London

Police are very concerned for the welfare of a woman who has absconded from a mental health facility in Highgate.

Leonie Beatrice Gutmann, 36, went missing yesterday afternoon and has not been seen since.

She is known to frequent the …

Enfield River restoration project nears completion

The restoration of the Turkey Brook and re-landscaping of Albany Park continues apace, with volunteers coming together for a community planting event on Thursday (27 May).

Volunteers were joined by the Deputy Mayor of Enfield Cllr Christine Hamilton Council officers …

Warning after residents targeted in National Insurance scam

Residents warned of National Insurance scam

Fraudsters using bogus phone numbers, texts and emails

Victims should report to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040

Hertfordshire Constabulary is making residents aware of reports of scam phone calls, text messages and emails …

UK records 7,393 COVID cases, 7 deaths

Britain reported 7,393 new daily COVID cases, government figures showed on Thursday, down slightly from the 7,540 reported for the day before, which was the highest daily total since late February.

Britain also reported seven further deaths within 28 days …

Αuthorities in Cyprus need to stop processing pending ‘golden passport’ applications

Αuthorities in Cyprus need to stop processing pending ‘golden passport’ applications, Commission spokesman tells CNA
CNA Athanasios Athanasiou – Belgium/Brussels 10/06/2021 16:54
European Commission Spokesman Christian Wigant told CNA that the authorities in Cyprus need to end the golden passports …

Awarding ceremony of blue flags to 68 beaches in Cyprus

The awarding ceremony of the blue flags to 68 beaches took place on Thursday in Neo Chorio in Pafos.

Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment, Costas Kadis, who awarded blue flags to representatives of the local authorities, said …

FM expresses hope that ongoing effort will lead to resumption of Cyprus talks

Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Christodoulides has expressed hope that the ongoing efforts  will lead to a substantive resumption of the Cyprus talks, leading to a solution of the Cyprus problem within the framework of United Nations and in full respect …

Presidential Commissioner discusses missing persons issue with Greek and Cypriot relatives’ Committees

 

Presidential Commissioner, Photis Photiou, held a meeting on Thursday with Chairperson of the Panhellenic Committee of Parents and Relatives of Undeclared Prisoners and Missing Persons of the Cyprus Tragedy, Maria Kalmpourtzi, who is currently in Cyprus

representing the families

Hertsmere welcomes government funding for projects to make our streets safer

A government announcement that Hertsmere is to be one of 40 areas across England and Wales allocated grant funding to tackle neighbourhood crime and improve safety in the community has been welcomed.

Hertsmere Borough Council has been allocated £116,000 to …

Over 80 businesses in the Borough of Broxbourne are boosting post-lockdown recovery through ShopAppy.com

With High Street shops and hospitality venues reopening, some semblance of normality is returning for businesses in the Borough with added support from ShopAppy.com.

Broxbourne Borough Council has subscribed to the ShopAppy.com service to enable independent shops and businesses in …