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Man charged with murder after woman killed in Potters Bar

Murder investigation launched after woman killed in Potters BarMan, aged 31, charged with murdering his motherHe will appear in court tomorrow

A 31 year old man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a woman in …

Nine countries in Europe added to Cyprus’ low risk category for travel

Cyprus’ Health Ministry added on Monday nine countries in Europe to its low risk category for travel purposes based on their coronavirus epidemiological situation.

According to the statement issued Monday, Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Finland, Slovakia and …

Meetings on Cyprus issue to start this week in search for common ground

Meetings are picking up from Tuesday on the Cyprus problem beginning with a new round of discussions between UN envoy Jane Holl Lute and President Nicos Anastasiades on Tuesday.

The President is also scheduled to have a meeting with UNSG …

Cyprus records no new deaths, 67 new COVID-19 cases, 46 patients are in hospital

Cyprus recorded no new deaths due to COVID-19, 67 new cases were detected out of 21,250 tests on Monday, authorities announced, with the positivity rate standing at 0.32%. At the same time 46 patients with the disease are treated in …

We sadly announce that UK Cypriot Sotiris Kalou has passed away

Sotiris Kalou
(from Akanthou, Cyprus)

1.10.01934 – 6.06.2021

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, brother and grandfather Sotiris Kalou. He passed away peacefully at home in his …

Enfield scaling new heights with relaunch of Craig Park climbing wall

Cabinet members at climbing wall
A climbing wall has been revived and relaunched by Enfield Council, offering a fun sporting activity and potential for accredited training for young people.

Enfield Council’s Youth Development Service (YDS) has reinstated the wall at …

Criminal Behaviour Order issued to Cheshunt woman

Cheshunt woman handed a Criminal Behaviour Order.

Melissa Kasanda, aged 42, of Warrenfield Close was given the order with various conditions after incidents in the Borough of Broxbourne.

An additional community order also bans her from Co-op stores in Cheshunt.…

UK rules out ditching ‘triple lock’ pledge on state pension increases

Britain is not planning to ditch its promise to protect annual state pension increases with a so-called ‘triple lock’, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman said on Monday.

British newspapers have reported that the government was looking at suspending the promise …

UK health minister says looking at removing self-isolation for double-vaccinated

Britain is piloting a plan to ditch the self-isolation requirement for people who have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine if they are exposed to someone with the virus, health minister Matt Hancock said on Monday.

“We are piloting that …

UK must expect travel hassle and delays, PM Johnson says

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that travellers would face hassle and delays this year if they sought to go abroad because the priority would be keeping the country safe from the coronavirus.

“I want to stress that …