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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Why are suicides rates in Cyprus so low?

Figures released this week showing that Cyprus has the lowest suicide rate in the whole of the European Union may not accurately reflect what appears to be an enviable statistic, mental health experts have warned.

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Cyprus – 44 years of division

Cypriots woke up Friday to the sound of sirens, marking the 44th anniversary since Turkish invasion. The invasion of Cyprus came only five days after the coup engineered by the military junta, then ruling Greece, that toppled the democratically-elected president of Cyprus, the late Archbishop Makarios III.

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How to Create an Ecommerce Website with WordPress ONLINE STORE!

Setting up an online shop is one of the most cost effective and safest way to get in to business. Naturally, there are literally MILLIONS of online stores, just because you have an online shop with products or services for sale, doesn't mean that people will find you, let alone buy from you.

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One Minute Cypriot

I came up with the 'One Minute Cypriot' concept over 3 years ago, I was inspired by conversations that I had with Cypriots from different backgrounds who displayed a n unconditional love for Cyprus without the political, ethnic or religious divisions that has torn the island apart.

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I finally got to visit Sweden

On Thursday the 28th July 2018, I finally managed to make a long overdue visit to Stockholm. I have friend who lives there and wanted to go for years, but never made it, but this year it was her 50th birthday and I had the opportunity to visit and spend time with her family and children, which was a pleasure.

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Stanstead Airport Parking Rant


After spending nearly an hour trying to find alternative place to park, because I was fully aware that the parking charges, especially short term, are OUTRAGEOUS! Everywhere I looked, I could see privately posted signs, saying "No Airport Parking" and although they have no basis in law, I can understand the frustration of the local people.

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   LATEST ARTICLES

Homelessness
Homelessness is devastating, dangerous and isolating. On average, homeless people die at just 47 years old. People sleeping on the Read more.
Symbolic Pics of the Month Feb 2019
  How many of you have had your kids come home pulling 'one eye poses' that seem to be a Read more.
The October Riots of 1931 in Cyprus
1931 Cyprus revolt The 1931 Cyprus revolt or October Events (Greek: Οκτωβριανά, Oktovriana) was an anti-colonial revolt that took place Read more.
One Billion Rising movement
The Cyprus Mail has reported: Why one billion? Well, that’s the figure of woman and girls across the planet who Read more.
Cypriot Tales – To Fishatiko
It’s 1973 and mum & dad (kyriacos & Ellou) decided to go in to business, was it Double Glazing? A Read more.
Cyprus loses Halloumi trademark
The Cyprus Mail reported: Cyprus may have definitively lost the trademark for halloumi cheese in the UK, after a British Read more.
Campaigner wants people prosecuted for fake profiles on Tinder
The Daily Mail reported: Teaching assistant, 44, reports online lover to police for hiding his marriage from her as new Read more.
Larnaca Cat Sanctuary
Located a few miles out of Larnaca, on the outskirts of a village called Alethriko, there is a new Cat Read more.

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