Greek Summer

Join us this Summer bank holiday for the party of the season!! On Sunday 27th August we’re hosting Greek Summer at the Country Club in Trent Park.
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LGR DJs Sooty & Andreas Demetriou will be on the decks mixing up all the latest and greatest in Greek and English music.
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They will be fusing all the best Modern Laika, Greek Club, Greek Classics, English club anthems, RnB, Garage & Bashment.
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Doors open at 9pm and we’ll keep you dancing till 1am.

Location: Country Club Trent Park, Bramley Road, Oakwood, N14 4UW

This event is strictly over 18’s. No ID, no entry, no admission.

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DOORS OPEN 9pm. Event finishes at 1am

To buy tickets for this event please visit our events page: Greek Summer tickets from Skiddle.

Buy tickets via Skiddle

Article written by London Greek Radio

All is going smoothly in relation to the drilling ship “West Capella”, bound to start the exploratory drilling in block 11 of Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone on behalf of Total, Deputy Government Spokesman Victoras Papadopoulos stated on Wednesday.

Deputy Government Spokesman: There is nothing worrisome right now

He also urged for calmness and dismissed reports linking the presence of foreign naval forces in the region with the drilling activity. “At this time, we should all remain calm and down to earth, because many of the news coming from abroad do not correspond to reality and create unnecessary fuss,” Papadopoulos said, in statements at the Presidential Palace.

Vessels in the region are there for specific reasons and “there is nothing worrisome right now,” the Deputy Spokesman added.

According to Papadopoulos, the drilling ship reached its destination in the early hours of Wednesday and is “fully cooperating with the authorities of the Republic of Cyprus”.

In a separate announcement, the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism said that the Total E&P Cyprus B.V. / Eni Cyprus Limited consortium commenced today its drilling operations at the ‘Onesiphoros West 1” well.

The “West Capella” drilling ship, already on site, will conduct the necessary checks and tests, once stabilized. According to the Ministry announcement, distributed by PIO, the well is expected to be completed in approximately 75 days, reaching a maximum depth of around 4,250 metres below sea level. At that point, waters are 1,698 metres deep.

Concessions by the Republic of Cyprus in block 11 were granted to Total back in 2013. The French energy giant decided to extend the lease of block 11, re-evaluating its geophysical model in view of the discovery of Egypt’s giant Zohr field, only about 6km away from the boundary of block 11. Last March, Eni announced an agreement with Total to acquire 50% participating interest of the offshore block. Total remains the operator of the block.


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Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades briefed on Monday the members of the National Council about the developments in the negotiations on the Cyprus problem that took place in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.

Cyprus’ National Council

According to statements made by the leaders of the political parties after the meeting, during today’s session, President Anastasiades informed them mainly about what happened during the last day of the talks in Crans-Montana, and no discussion took place.

Political leaders said the National Council will convene again next Monday and Tuesday, 17 and 18 of June 2017. On Monday, the political party leaders will express their views and the positions and on Tuesday they will discuss the situation in the presence of the Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias.

Later today, President Anastasiades will also inform the Cypriot people over what happened in Crans-Montana.

The UN-backed talks in Switzerland ended inconclusively. Peace talks aim to reunite Cyprus, divided since the 1974 Turkish invasion, under a federal roof.

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Police appeal for help finding missing 15-year-old, Angel, from Harrow, London

A 15-YEAR-old girl is reported missing from Harrow, London. She was last seen on Tuesday 4th June approximately 4 pm.

She is a London Cypriot girl. Angel, is described with a nose ring, she was wearing ripped jeans, with trainers and carrying a grey Armani bag.

She went missing with her friend Monika Mikalkeviciute, 16 years-old from Edgware, Middlesex.

UPDATED: 15.07.2017

Angel and her friend Monika have been found safe and the girls are back at home… yesterday evening, Friday 14th July, her Aunty Christina Pavlou taking to Facebook said: ‘’ She’s home!!! She’s safe, and more importantly alive!!!! ….. Thank you everyone for all your prayers, kind words, support and help, it’s been a living nightmare for us, but she’s finally home, again thank you, I’m so relieved, I can’t stop crying!!!! Thank you God!!!!! ‘’

Article written by London Greek Radio

Theresa May has repeated her call for “flexibility by all sides” involved in the ongoing Conference on Cyprus in a telephone conversation she had this morning with her Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras.

Theresa May: The UK will do it all it can to support a settlement.

A Downing Street spokesperson said: “The Prime Minister praised the constructive role that both parties have played to reach this point and reiterated that there is a major opportunity to be seized.

“She added that any agreement requires all sides to show leadership and flexibility and that the UK will do it all it can to support a settlement.”

Prime Minister May had also spoken with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey on Monday. She had noted that “we now have a unique opportunity to reach a settlement” and that in order to reach a final outcome “there will have to be flexibility on all sides.”

Article written by CNA

A 15-year-old Cyprus football player is in urgent need of a bone marrow transplant. Giorgos Mikellides is fighting against leukaemia and the island-run Philanthropic Volunteer Organisation of Footballers ”Goal in Life” has asked all people aged 18-45 to enrol as bone marrow donors to help Giorgos win this important battle.

Giorgos is a member of the AEL Limassol U16 (Under 16) football squad where he plays as an attacker. He started playing football 7 years ago until recently when he was diagnosed with leukaemia.

”As an attacker he has scored many times, but it is time for Giorgos to score a decisive goal. In his struggle to score, he is not alone” reads the announcement. Giorgos is in need of a bone marrow donor in order to undergo a bone marrow transplant operation which is scheduled to take place in mid-July in Germany.

Anyone who is between the ages 18-45 and is a permanent resident of Cyprus can enrol as a bone marrow donor. People interested in helping Giorgos or other people who may be in need of a transplant may apply at the Karaiskakio Foundation, or at the Blood Bank of their nearest hospital and by filling in the online form at .

Article written by in-Cyprus, London Greek Radio