Three Cypriot girls who tried to drive away after hitting a car in the Cineplex car park, in Larnaca, when a Russian lady who was walking past, saw them attempting to dive away and stopped them. She then proceeded to take video as evidence, (something that Cypriots hate) and that was then the 3 girls […]Read More Cypriot Girls launch vile attack on a Russian woman
Attorney-general Costas Clerides said on Thursday he had ordered an investigation into highly controversial comments made by Morphou Bishop Neophytos about homosexuals, as a war of words broke out between top clerics over the matter. In a statement, Clerides said he has instructed the chief of police to launch a probe into the possibility of […]Read More Attorney-general orders investigation into bishop’s anti-gay comments
It is the EU (namely Germany) that has propped up Turkey, it was Germany that championed the inclusion of Turkey as an EU trading partner back in 1995, giving them free access to the market, without any EU restrictions, or red tape, the result? Turkey slowly undercut most of the manufacturing in southern Europe, even […]Read More The EU is doing NOTHING to protect Cyprus
The government has tabled legislation that seeks to formalise the transfer of 15,000 acres of Church land to the state, some 50 years after the relevant agreement was struck. Under a 1971 deal between Church and state – both headed by Archbishop Makarios at the time – the government undertook to subsidise the monthly salaries […]Read More Legislation to formalise 50-year-old state-Church land deal
Ruling Disy chief Averof Neophytou has added one more guard to his security detail, bringing the total to eight, according to reports, citing a recent cabinet decision. Daily Politis said the cabinet recently decided to grant Neophytou one more bodyguard, raising their number to eight, as many as those afforded to Akel chief Andros Kyprianou. […]Read More Extra police guard for Disy leader, Christofias still has 12
The independent police watchdog has appointed three criminal investigators to probe possible shortcomings in the handling of the disappearances of women who turned out to be the victims of a serial killer. In a written statement on Thursday, the watchdog said it had appointed its member Athos Kannaourides, a lawyer, and Christina Skoulia and Leonidas […]Read More Investigators to probe possible police shortcomings in serial killer case
Finance Minister Harris Georgiades said the properties were worth €82m, many of which would make wonderful ‘whore houses’ for the island’s dirty rotten police force. The government has taken ownership of 309 properties of the former co-op bank most of which will be given to various communities, although in reality it will be used to […]Read More Former co-op buildings converted to whorehouses!
The suspect in the murder of five women and two girls was remanded for a further eight days on Sunday by the Nicosia court as police sought more time to gather evidence to complete investigations into the serial killing of seven people, five foreign women and the young daughters of two of the victims. For the […]Read More Suspected serial killer held for another eight days, police add rape investigation to list