Everyone must be entitled to go home


As a solicitor involved in Human Rights matters, the decision of the Supreme Court to confirm the entitlement of Arif Mustafa to the return of his property owned pre 1974 is absolutely correct.

AG: Akkelidou file still incomplete

ATTORNEY-general Solon Nikitas returned the criminal file on Health Minister Dina Akkelidou for a second time yesterday, maintaining that the report was still incomplete.

Police handed over the file yesterday morning after adding further information requested by Nikitas on September 21.

Men still take up most of the corporate ladder

ACCORDING to surveys from the Employers and Industrialists Federation (OEV), men greatly outrank women when it comes to senior positions in Cyprus’ community.

The survey began in May 2004 and was made up of two questionnaires with one targeted at employers and the other at women, both working and unemployed.

Celebrity golf tournament in October

JESUS OF Nazareth actor Robert Powell will join several other celebrities who are jetting to Cyprus for a star-studded charity golf tournament at the Secret Valley Golf Course on October 14 in aid of children with heart disease.

Greek Press

ALITHIA: “Nicosia blocking developments in Cyprus problem”. The daily reported that Nicosia was raising two obstacles on the issue of direct trade with the north: in the first place it is avoiding taking initiatives to avoid pressure in light of the European decision on Turkey.

Macheras gets new Abbot

A NEW Abbot of Macheras was elected yesterday. On his appointment, Father Epiphanios, 33, stressed that he would continue the work of late Abbot Arsenios who was killed in a helicopter accident in a sea area near Mount Athos along with the Patriarch of Alexandria earlier this month.

Annual peace march embraced by all

AROUND 200 youngsters from Greek and Turkish Cypriot groups staged their annual Bi-communal March for Peace yesterday in Nicosia aimed at uniting both sides.

Association offers incentives for internal tourism

IN AN effort to boost domestic tourism, the Hoteliers Association (PASYXE) yesterday said it would be publishing a list of offers for Cypriots at 90 of its member hotels, which would be made available all over the island.