Mixed reaction to Loizidou ruling

By Elias Hazou REACTIONS to the European Court of Human Right’s ruling on the Loizidou vs Turkey case began coming in yesterday, with the decision

Boat people stage noisy protest

MANY of the ‘boat people’ being held under police guard in a Limassol hotel say they have not yet been questioned by the UNHCR on

War of words over British tree-cutting

By Martin Hellicar AN UNEASY calm returned to the Xylophagou area yesterday following Wednesday night’s clashes between bases police and local residents protesting over the

English School board replaced

By Charlie Charalambous THE ENGLISH School’s unpopular headmaster, Thomas Thomas, could soon be out of a job following the government’s decision to replace the entire

Tourists fined for nude swim

FOUR ENGLISH tourists were yesterday fined £25 each by a Larnaca court for swimming naked in their hotel pool at 5am. Bank clerks David Baldwinson,

Boy critical after hit by taxi

A TAXI-DRIVER was being questioned by police yesterday after hitting a five- year old Norwegian boy with his car. The incident occurred late on Wednesday

Green anger at Polemidhia stadium plan

By Athena Karsera AN ATHLETIC centre in Polemidhia National Forest Park, Limassol will be ready by in 2001, Agriculture Minister Costas Themistocleous announced yesterday. But