Constantine Costi uncovers the emotional layers using humour and musical storytelling in Long Lost Loves (and Grey Suede Gloves); a one-woman show he wrote and directed, set to tour nationwide this February and March. Presented by Musica Viva Australia and featuring mezzo-soprano Anna Dowsley and Australia’s acclaimed pianist Michael Curtain, the production weaves together William […]
South Australian rock lobster fisher Kyriakos Toumazos has emphatically shared the need to support the local market in addition to other secondary markets while the China ban on Australian exported rock lobster persists. Mr Toumazos, a Cypriot migrant, has spent over 30 years in the business of lobster fishing, an industry in which he and […]
Tennis stars, Tsitsipas, Kokkinakis, and Kyrgios reunite over a Greek feast on High Street L-R: Greek tennis star, Stefanos Tsitsipas, seated, Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis and standing, behind restaurateur,Australian Cypriot Nick Evripidou who is from Nicosia and next to him tennis star Aussie Nick Kyrgios. Greek tennis stars were spotted dining together in Melbourne’s trendy northern […]
The last entrepreneur to enter the den this week is a face we’ve seen before. Chelmsford-based UK Cypriot Maria Antoniou actually appeared on Channel 4’s Aldi’s Next Big Thing two years ago, pitching the very same sweet and savoury concoction – a milk chocolate bar stuffed with crisps. Launched in 2022, the bar of crisps comes in three […]
UK Cypriot Fish and Chip shop restaurant owner George Hussein given a national award recognising his contribution to the local community.
After more than half a century running a fish and chip restaurant, Fish Central owner George Hussein was given a national award recognising his contribution to the local community. Mr Hussein, 83, has run the restaurant in King’s Square, Bunhill, since 1968, and last month the restaurateur was named BBC Morning Live’s Community Food Champion […]
Cypriot Australians making waves at Eurovision Sydney’s Silia Kapsis follows Andrew Lambrou’s lead as Cyprus’ representatives in Eurovision Andrew Lambrou, Cyprus’ Eurovision star in 2023, and Silia Kapsis who will perform in 2024 meet for the first time in Sydney. Andrew Lambrou, Cyprus’ Eurovision star in 2023, and Silia Kapsis, who will represent Cyprus in […]
Congratulations to UK Cypriot Michael Anastassiades awarded an OBE in King Charles III’s New Year Honours list.
UK Cypriot Michael Anastassiades has been awarded an OBE in King Charles III’s New Year Honours list. Michael recieved it for services to design. Michael Anastassiades is a Cypriot-born, London-based designer whose practice encompasses product, spatial interventions and experimental works, often transcending the distinctions between different fields of creativity. Anastassiades’ practice contemplates both industrial production and artisan […]
Kyriacos Tsioupras was born in Komi Kebir in 1932 and attended Komi Kebir Elementary School, then Famagusta Gymnasium before coming to the UK and attending the London School of Economics and Political Science where he obtained a BSc Economics (Honours). He was married to the late Pola Tsioupra from Lympia and has two daughters Roulla […]
Congratulations to Estate agent UK Cypriot Anna Takkou who has been crowned the UK’s Best Valuer in the industry’s biggest awards.
Estate agent UK Cypriot Anna Takkou has been crowned the UK’s Best Valuer in the industry’s biggest awards. The Sales Manager at Stoke Newington’s Location Location scooped the top award at the EA Masters ceremony, following a rigorous assessment of her sales successes, customer reviews and a grilling interview by industry judges. For the sixth […]
Rising Australian Cypriot star Steph Kyriacou has used her intimate course knowledge to lead the local charge at the Australian Open in Sydney. A member at The Lakes, Kyriacou played her home course superbly to post a four-under 69 and sit just one shot behind Korean first-round clubhouse leader Jiyai Shin. Open favourite Minjee Lee […]