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Issue 8 10th January to 13th February 2014 www.cyprusreporter.com THE CYPRUS REPORTER Paphos - Limassol - Larnaca FREE COPY FREE Copies available the second Friday of every month from major outlets Can Cyprus cash-in on gas treasure chest locked beneath the sea Locked away deep beneath the sea off Cyprus southern shores lays a treasure chest of natural gas that could ease the country s economic plight. Still reeling from the infectious banking crisis that exploded at the beginning of 2013 Cyprus government hopes the Aphrodite gas field discovered two years ago will help lift the country out of the economic doldrums. Named after the goddess of love the Lady of Cyprus gas field could contain up to six trillion feet of cubic gas. Just 0.5 trillion cubic feet of gas could provide Cypriots with energy STORY HIGHLIGHTS for 25 years leaving ample reserves for export to Asia and Europe Cypriot gas reserves in the Cyprus Energy Minister Giorgos Lakkotryis. But the minister was quick offshore Aphrodite Field are to stress that offshore gas operations would not solve Cyprus economic estimated to be between 3.6 anguish in the short-term. We do not depend on the offshore operations and 6 trillion cubic feet. and the gas to come out of this recession said Lakkotryis. In the Cyprus energy minister said the just a fraction of the gas mid- and short-term we re looking at side effect benefits. Lakkotryis reserves could serve the coun- believes it will take until 2020 before Cyprus sees any direct benefit from try for up to 25 years. the gas. A lot needs to be done. The cheap availability of energy is also The energy minister believes going to allow us to create other industries such as petrochemicals and it will take until the end of the heavy manufacturing he said The minister added that multinational oil decade before Cyprus sees any and gas companies as well as infrastructure projects aimed at converting direct benefit from the gas gas to liquid would create jobs spur growth and boost exports. Read more on page 10 www.cyprusreporter.com 1 Cyprus Broadcasts Wrong President New Year s Message Paphos 2017 Culture capital projects well underway Paphos as the European culture capital for 2017 will leave behind a successful work Artistic Director Marios Elia has said. Presenting to the press the projects that are underway as well as those that are being scheduled Elia noted that since September a total of four events took place and that two action projects have been submitted with the aim to promote culture. Cyprus s state broadcaster apologised for transmitting the wrong presidential New Year message on December 31 and said an investigation had begun into what happened. Instead of putting out a message from President Nicos Anastasiades to welcome in 2014 it inadvertently transmitted a radio address by the man he replaced. A CyBC statement said an inquiry was under way after the grave mistake of inadvertently transmitting for a few seconds a New Year s message by former President of the Republic Mr Demetris Christofias . It said management expected a prompt outcome of the internal investigation. Anastasiades came to power in February 2013 after Christofias decided not to stand for re-election. His decision followed criticism of his handling of the economy which led to a 10-billion-euro international bailout in March. Some of these include the launching of the so called culture coffee shop with the aim to promote cooperation and communication with the citizens as well as the Open air factory in order to present to the public various cultural events such as theater performances etc. Referring to the opening ceremony in 2017 he said that it will be a very important event that will mark the celebrations for the Culture Capital. In the framework of the celebrations an exhibition titled Othello Rebirth opened its doors featuring the works of sixteen new artists. Chairman of the Board of Paphos 2017 Christos Patsalides described the whole project as an extremely difficult task noting the difficulties the organizers are faced with as regards the infrastructure. He said that the Board aims in stimulating the public to attend the various events and draw attention to the numerous attractions Paphos has to offer. Paphos a coastal city in the southwest of Cyprus along with Aarhus in Denmark are the cities which won the title European Capital of Culture 2017 Official opening of one of the largest infrastructure projects in Paphos The newest addition to Paphos Kings Avenue Mall - the largest and most contemporary mall of Cyprus - officially launched its operation on Saturday 14 December 2013 with the official opening ceremony. The event was honoured by the presence of the President of the Republic of Cyprus Mr. Nikos Anastasiadis who performed the opening ceremony while Archbishop Chrysostomos officiated the holy blessing ceremony. The Mayor of Paphos Mr. Savvas Vergas also gave an address. The event was attended among others by various governmental officials politicians and local dignitaries as well as representatives of the business world of Cyprus. In his speech Mr. Theodoros Aristodimou who gave an address on behalf of the owners said the cost of Kings Avenue Mall exceeded 170 million and it will provide a boost to the economy of Paphos since in addition to being a consumer s oasis offering countless choices for entertainment and shopping meeting all needs and tastes this mall which covers 82 thousand square meters will offer jobs to more than 1 000 employees providing much needed relief to the island s work force. Moreover Kings Avenue Mall will enrich and upgrade the tourism product offered by Cyprus and Paphos in particular. On behalf of the Board of Directors of Athiari Commercial (Paphos) Ltd which developed Kings Avenue Mall Mr. Panagiotis Athiainitis gave an address in English thus honouring English-speaking guests while Mr. Sozos Houliotis offered commemorative gifts to the President and the Archbishop to thank them for the honour of their presence The impressive architecture and stylish interior layout of Kings Avenue Mall as well as the vast selection of shops left guests and visitors with the best of impressions. Local man quizzed over trafficking Syrian migrants to Sweden A Cypriot travel agent suspected of being involved in an international criminal network which trafficked people into Sweden is being questioned by authorities in Stockholm. The man 64 who has not been identified is being held following an international inquiry investigating the trafficking of migrants from Syria through Cyprus and onto Stockholm. According to local media reports Syrian migrants armed with false passports arrived in the Republic via the Sovereign Base Areas and were transported by a local taxi driver to Paphos Airport. Police are looking for the taxi driver involved. It is unclear if the man being questioned in Stockholm will face charges. December s Quake had 6.3 magnitude A strong quake measuring 6.3 points on the Richter scale was registered at 17.21 on Saturday 28th December by the seismological centre of Cyprus Geological Survey Department.The department said that the quake s epicentre was the sea in the bay of Antalya 188 km northwest of Paphos at a depth of 11 km and was felt throughout Cyprus. The centre s head told CyBC TV there have been three after-shocks so far with a magnitude of about 3. Earlier the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre had put the quake at a magnitude of 5.9. There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage. The quake was particularly noticeable northwest Paphos and in Nicosia but was felt throughout the island. A spokeswoman from the Cyprus seismological centre said that that it was particularly felt in high buildings in Nicosia with reports of small objects being displaced. Meanwhile AP reported from Turkey that a magnitude-6 earthquake has struck in the Mediterranean Sea south of the Turkish province of Antalya. No damage or casualties were reported.The Istanbul-based Kandilli seismology centre said the earthquake occurred at 5 21 p.m. Saturday and was centered some 84 kilometers southwest of the holiday resort of Alanya. It was also felt in the neighbouring province of Mersin and on the island of Cyprus AP reported. www.cyprusreporter.com 2 We make sure your healthcare and dental care isn t a puzzle. Over 2000 residents (plus holiday makers) now trust us for the perfect combination of up to date healthcare and modern dental services. 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THE NEW COSTA DEL CRIME HOW CRIMINALS ESCAPE JUSTICE IN CYPRUS In the late 1990s and early 2000s dozens of criminals began fleeing there to take advantage of the fact that the Turkish-controlled part of the island has no extradition treaty with the UK. Top tips for success in learning a new language Study every day Try to set aside some time every day for your studies. It is better to study for 30 minutes every day than for 3 hours once a week. If you can spare an hour a day break it up into two or three sessions to avoid overload. If you decide to study for half an hour a day for example try to stick to that exact time. It is often easier to get started on an activity if you know you will finish it at a certain time. Revise regularly Go over each lesson several times perhaps once in the morning once in the evening and once several days later. Give your brain time to digest the material and make sure you have got to grips with the contents of one lesson before moving on to the next. Build on solid foundations Make sure you are comfortable with the fundamentals of the language before tackling the more advanced structures. It will take you a while to get used to the pronunciation and spelling of a new language but without a solid understanding of these you will find it very difficult to learn more. Set yourself targets Setting reasonable targets is a good way to motivate yourself. You could set yourself a time limit or aim for a certain level of proficiency by a specific date. Focus on your interests Once you have got to grips with the basics of the language learn to talk write read about the things that interest you. In this way you are more likely to remember to the words phrases and grammatical constructions you encounter. Don t be discouraged if your progress does not feel rapid You will find that at times you are making fairly rapid progress while at other times you might feel like you are standing still. This is normal when learning a language so do not be discouraged. If you feel like you are making little or no progress try going over earlier lessons and exercises any you will almost always see that they are easier now than when you first tried them. Have fun Find ways to make language learning fun. Learning with a friend can make learning more fun You could use games songs stories tongue twisters jokes or anything else you can think of. Don t worry about making mistakes We all make the occasional mistake when speaking our native language so making mistakes in a foreign language is nothing to worry about. What matters most is getting your message across. Worrying about using all the right words inflexions tenses and cases should be left at a later stage of study. If you cannot think of the exact words try using other ones. For example say you were talking about your office and didn t know the word for photocopier - you could try describing its function a machine for making copies instead. Learn how to say things like How do you say...in Greek What s the word for... What s that called in Greek What are they doing etc. When you have acquired more confidence and a degree of fluency in the language ask for all your errors to be commented on. Make notes on what wasn t said correctly and try to memorise the corrections. It is also useful to have a few stock phrases up your sleeve such as Forgive me I don t speak Greek very well but I am trying hard to learn it. Most of all remember to have fun while learning your new language and remember that people will always be willing to give you a bit of help any time you might need it Make 2014 the year to learn Greek Learn with Demetris Georgiades an experienced Canadian-Cypriot teacher (BA McMaster University) (MA University of Sheffield). Make this the year to unlock the mystery of the local language All skills are taught using a tried and tested system that will have you speaking Greek with confidence in no time at all Please phone for information or to register 26-910322 99-347502. Choose the level that is most appropriate for you. Being able to speak Greek when living in Cyprus will add a bright new dimension to life and there will be no more awkward lost in translation moments Classes are 1.5hrs weekly and the monthly fee of 20 includes weekly revision lessons at no extra charge It is easier than you think Book your place now and you will be speaking Greek by this spring Lessons start on the 22nd of January. www.cyprusreporter.com The situation came about because the UK government does not recognise Turkey s claim to the land. The Turkish government has offered to sign a treaty with the UK but so far the Government has refused to avoid offending Cyprus or Greece. Fears have been raised that the situation means the area could become the equivalent of Spain s Costa de Sol in the 1970s and 1980s where criminals would often go to escape extradition. Authorities in northern Cyprus have said they will co-operate with UK police. This however has not stopped the island being a problem. Last year the Serious Organised Crime Agency released a most wanted list of nine wanted men who were believed to be in Cyprus in the hope that it would help them be brought to justice. Couple at the centre of an international five-year manhunt for allegedly swindling 1million from the NHS have been arrested on Cyprus Deborah Hancox 44 and John Leigh 53 were extradited back to the UK They are charged with defrauding the NHS s Greater Manchester Deanery The pair allegedly went to the island in 2008 after being questioned by police Police could only take them in after they strayed from northern Cyprus - which has no extradition treaty - to the Republic of Cyprus which does A couple at the centre of an international five-year manhunt over an alleged 1million NHS fraud have been arrested in Cyprus. Deborah Hancox 44 and John Leigh 53 are charged with eight counts of fraud and conspiracy to defraud the Greater Manchester Deanery a teaching organisation. They allegedly moved to Cyprus after police interviews in 2008. The pair were only able to be arrested when they moved from the Turkish-controlled north side of the island to Republic of Cyprus in the south. Unlike the north side which has no extradition treaty with the UK the Republic of Cyprus does and allowed Hancox and Leigh to be taken in. The couple stepped over the border to the Republic of Cyprus at the end of last year where they were taken into custody on a European Arrest Warrant. The couple were flown back to Britain by Cypriot police and appeared before Manchester Magistrates Court. Ms Sarah Johnson from the CPS said with a little research the couple would have discovered northern Cyprus to be a non-convention country and so has no extradition treaty with the UK. A Crimewatch appeal to help trace the pair was made by the National Crime Agency in October. They were wanted in a joint investigation by Greater Manchester Police and the NHS s counter fraud unit NHS Protect. Leigh was employed by the NHS as an IT manager from 2000 until 2009. He was questioned by police over claims he had interests in three IT companies used to supply equipment services and goods to the NHS. The couple are suspected of being involved in a fraud that led to the NHS being defrauded out of more than 1million. The case has been transferred to Manchester Crown Court for a preliminary hearing later this month. 5 Young Stars Theatre and Performing Arts Y oung Stars Theatre and Performing Arts certainly knows how to kick start the New Year with an incredible two day workshop exclusively for their Young Stars Students with teachers from the world renowned Pineapple Dance Studios in Covent Garden London. Young Stars will fly over three of Pineapple s top commercial Street Dance teachers who have worked for artists such as NeYo ihanna Jessie J Will.i.am to name a but few to teach the students all the current styles and street dance trends. We are all thrilled to have such prestigious guest teachers offering our students world class professional dance skills. It is an amazing opportunity for our young dancers who inspire to follow in the dancing professional world Said school Principal Anna Michaelides. The school having only been opened for only 15 months has already held two professional dance workshops the first a commercial dance Workshop during last summer with Gareth Walker Choreographer to the Stars and arena tours for artists such as Take That Mika Anastasia and Steps was also the Creative Director of the closing of the LONDON 2012 Olympic Ceremony and most recently a Hip Hop Masterclass with Loukas the Winner of So you think you can Dance (Greece) who has been touring for the past 2 years with the amazing Cirque du Soleil Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour. Young Stars students have also been extremely busy performing in several community and charity events in and around the Paphos District for local charities Paphiakos Animal Welfare and PASYKAF as well as receiving phenomenal exam results with 86 Distinctions and 25 Honours in the B.T.D.A British Theatre Dance Association at their Youth Festival at Stage One Theatre Emba. They also held a Mamma Mia Summer school concluding with a live show performance at the Kefalos Beach Village. Last month at the Markedion Theatre Paphos Young Stars presented Ella - Our Modern Cinderella Story which was written by Gwenda Marriott who as well writing also starred alongside Matthew Edmondson and our fabulous Young Stars students who wowed the audience with a truly impressive performance of a classic fairytale brought up to date with a modern twist. Young Stars is a Theatre school not a Dance school but my aim is to be able to provide exceptional training in all aspects of Theatre & Performing Arts. I believe that the classes that we offer in dance drama and music not only compliments each other but most importantly enables the students to become all round performers whilst gaining confidence making friends and having fun I also believe that learning doesn t just happen in the classroom and that performance skills are best learnt through experience Young Stars founder and Principal Anna started her professional training from 10 years of age in London as a full time student at the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School. Taught by some of the most well known teachers choreographers and professional performer s in the Musical Theatre world. Continuing her studies Anna was awarded a 3yr Musical Theatre Scholarship at the London Studio Centre and graduated in 1998. Professional work experience includes working for names such as Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and Bill Kenwright in varied working environments from live performances at The Royal Albert Hall (Last Night of the Proms) Dominion Theatre (The Children s Royal Variety Show) London Palladium and the Covent Garden Opera House to recording at Abbey Road Studios ( CATS & Jesus Christ Superstar - Soundtracks) Warner Bros. (The Secret Garden - Film soundtrack) . Anna also worked as a session singer for television and Radio Ads jingles whilst teaching part time at Sylvia Young s and gaining working experience in Sylvia Young s Children s Agency. Anna holds a full EQUITY card and is also a member of B.T.D.A (British Theatre Dance Association ) and AOTOS (Association of Teachers of Singing) Our team of teachers are all qualified and specialise in their field and details of their training and professional work experience is on our website www.youngstarstheatreschool.com Young Star classes include ISTD TAP ISTD BALLET ISTD MODERN Drama Melody Movement Tip Tap Toe and Groovy Moves Hip Hop Lyrical Jazz Break Dance Private Singing lessons Saturday morning Musical Theatre Club and Cheerleading squad. We offer ISTD Dance examinations B.T.D.A Performance Award and Medal Test and L.A.M.D.A Musical Theatre Singing examinations. For further information regarding our class timetable and fees contact Anna by email anna youngstarstheatreschool.com or call 99586116 6 www.cyprusreporter.com Chinese warship in Cyprus to aid Syrian chemical weapons removal A Chinese frigate which will help escort Syria s stockpile of chemical weapons out of the country docked in Cyprus as part of a delayed international mission. The Yancheng a missile frigate will accompany a Norwegian-Danish convoy which is in international waters off Syria waiting for the go-ahead from international watchdogs overseeing the removal of the chemical arsenal. The mission to ship chemicals from Syria has missed its December 31 target date and Chinese and Cypriot officials said it was unclear exactly when it would begin. China supports the efforts of the international community to destroy the Syrian chemical weapons ... we wish this operation a success said Liu Xinsheng the Chinese ambassador to Cyprus. Photis Photiou the defense minister of Cyprus said after meeting Chinese officials that he expected the operation would start any day now . Russia will also be providing escort to the convoy carrying Syria s chemical weapons which will be loaded onto two cargo ships and escorted to Italy where a U.S. ship equipped with toxin neutralizing equipment will take over. The U.S. vessel the Cape Ray is due to leave the United States for the Mediterranean in about two weeks. Dozens of Chinese nationals in Cyprus converged on the quay of Limassol port about 160 miles west of the Syrian port city of Latakia from where the chemicals will be shipped. Loudspeakers blared Chinese music as Chinese flags were waved by women in traditional yellow and red costumes. The December 31 deadline was missed because of poor weather logistical delays and the conflict inside Syria where President Bashar al-Assad s forces have fought to clear rebels from roads along which the chemicals will be transported. Syria agreed to abandon its chemical weapons under a deal proposed by Russia and hashed out with the United States after hundreds of people died in an August 21 sarin gas attack that Western nations blamed on Assad s government. Syrian authorities deny they used chemical weapons blaming rebels. China has repeatedly called for a political resolution. It has also called for a full and impartial investigation by U.N. chemical weapons inspectors. McDonalds Kilts of Cyprus The First and only Kilt Hire and Scottish Gift centre has opened in Cyprus and in the first week has started well with a lot of interest from not only the Scottish but other nationalities buying non-Scottish items such as Pewter Flasks Cuff Links and Pocket Watches the Wing Collar shirt seems to be a big seller too. We have also taken a few weddings bookings for next year and John has been booked to play the Bagpipes for various Burns Supper nights in January. The main reason for the shop is Kilt Hire for the weddings after coming here a few years ago for my sisters wedding hiring the Kilt outfit for 10 days paying for excess baggage and carting it around I was surprised to find that there was nothing here so kept it in the back of my mind for the future. Why a Kilt Shop in Cyprus Why Cyprus I have just finished 24 Years in the Army and spent two of the at RAF Akrotiri about ten years ago and always wanted to come back here but as I am only 42 too young to retire this seemed the perfect opportunity to provide a service and top up my military pension. After some research and a year getting all the various items built and made in Scotland here we are. What do you provide I originally planned on Kilt Hire but have also all the accessories for sale even the kilts. I can even get my weaver in Scotland to custom build a kilt in any tartan and get sent out here. I am also a Piper of 15 years so can also play at weddings or functions. The items in the shop range from pewter silver gifts to cuff links and bow ties the Golfers Flask with T s and silver cups have also proven popular. Lastly who are you here with I am over here with my wife Deborah McDonald and 3 year old daughter Maisie-Ibrox McDonald who has just started local nursery. www.cyprusreporter.com 7 8 www.cyprusreporter.com The Blue Olive Restaurant Coral Bay paphos I finally managed to catch up with Keith (chef manager and owner) of the Blue Olive. It has been a very busy time for him with many changes taking place over the last year and it appears more are to follow. As a point in case he was painting the walls of the restaurant as we talked over his latest batch of imported wine. Although I should hasten to add that the Sunday Lunch will not be changing and will remain one of the best Sunday Lunch available in the area with vegetarian options and fish available as well as the usual roast meats. His Christmas menu has proved even more popular than last years and has spurred him on to redesign his evening bistro to include the now famous venison bourguignon. He has also decided to add a herb crusted cod to the menu breaking away from the traditional salmon and tuna steaks (although when he is offered tuna from his friendly fisherman he won t be saying no ) The salad bar is still very much the focus of the lunch menus but as with most people s planed New Year s resolutions Keith is going to try and help us all to be healthy by keeping an eye on the amount of mayonnaise and by offering freshly prepared slimming world meals on Friday lunchtimes and some evenings if the idea takes off. This means that you can still go out and enjoy yourself without the guilt. The Blue Olive is still open 7 days a week throughout winter and Keith has been doing his hot meals as a take away and this has proved very popular with both tourists and locals who want an easy option that they can eat when and how they want. He is still continuing to offer the picnic hampers as an easy way to take the salad and wine etc to the beach and as the weather picks up these are bound to become a familiar site on the local beaches. Outside catering has also proved an important part of the Blue Olive repertoire with weddings and private parties taking up a lot of Keith spare time. He has been providing large salads hot barbeques and cold meats and fishes to a stunning standard. All in all it is easy to see why the Blue Olive has received its certificate of excellence from trip advisor and as it continues to develop and grow long may this success continue. Eating out For Bookings call 26623901 www.cyprusreporter.com 9 Can Cyprus cash-in on gas treasure chest locked beneath the sea A long term project Oil and gas giants Total ENI and Texas-based Noble Energy have all secured contracts to operate in the Aphrodite field with extensive exploration and drilling set to begin in October 2014 lasting for 12 months according to the energy ministry. However the 150-kilometer distance between the gas field and Cyprus shores could delay operations. Because of the distance offshore the field would require a pipeline to reach the mainland of Cyprus at which point it could be used for domestic economy or LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) export said Keith Elliott senior vice president of Eastern Mediterranean Region of Noble Energy. The government says it is planning to finalize investment and build an onshore LNG plant while using Cyprus proximity to the Suez Canal and its ties with Europe to exploit export opportunities in Asia and Europe respectively. But Amit Mor CEO of Eco Energy Financial and Strategic Consulting and former World Bank consultant said that Cyprus cannot economically justify even one LNG plant based on current reserves. He added that Cyprus could possibly build a plant if the country reached an agreement to liquefy excess Israeli gas from the country s Tamar and Leviathan fields which are significantly bigger than Cyprus Aphrodite field. Cyprus itself is a small market that does not justify the financing efforts Mor said. One LNG plant incurs 6 billion in construction costs. The development cost of a major offshore gas field could reach 4 billion (while) exporting natural gas via ships in liquid form is a very expensive and time consuming process. According to Eurostat Cypriot residents are subject to the highest electricity bills in the European Union because the country produces power by burning oil. But by switching to gas and converting its power stations Cyprus could alleviate some of the financial burden on consumers. The Cypriot people need to much more patient. It takes a lot of time to discover and develop oil and gas fields. In the Gulf of Mexico and the North Sea for example it took 10 to 20 years said Mor. A brighter future The discovery of gas and the inward investment from global energy companies is a silver lining for Cyprus at time of pervasive economic gloom. In March a banking crisis shattered the country s economy destroyed Cyprus second largest bank and threatened the life savings of thousands of residents. Subsequently the East Mediterranean island became the fourth country to receive a national bailout from the eurozone and the International Monetary Fund. Charles Movit senior economist at U.S.-based consultancy IHS said the benefits of gas reserves could help Cyprus service its debt In the medium term license fees for exploration and development could be helpful in closing the financing gap. Down the road royalties and job creation could be a major plus. With gas sources in the North Sea expected to decline over the next decade and few countries willing to invest in nuclear energy in the wake of the Fukushima disaster in Japan Cyprus could also provide the answer to Europe s energy demands as it seeks to decrease its dependency on Russian gas. A pipeline between Israel and Cyprus to Europe via Crete and Greece would cost 6 billion to 8 billion. I think it is very important to conduct a feasibility study to see if this is economically viable said Mor. In the meantime Cypriots struggling under the weight of a recession are hoping the government s predictions are correct and that gas could ultimately provide the basis for ending the economic crisis. 10 www.cyprusreporter.com www.cyprusreporter.com 11 COLONICS - A Clean Bowel is a Healthy Bowel Why have a colonic The Royal Society of Medicine of Great Britain comprised of 57 leading I have IBS. Will this help Yes. In our experience IBS is caused by the presence of acidic physicians reported Death begins in the colon. They concluded that nearly every gas parasites bad bacteria and putrid waste. As we decrease the waste from the bowels contemporary chronic disease is related to poisons in the colon. the IBS will decrease dramatically. Of course the diet is a major contributing factor. Which means the diet needs to improve and include more alkaline foods as we embark on the path Scientific research in both America and Europe have demonstrated that people in the richer of detoxification. nations carry within their bodies anywhere from 10 to 50 pounds of accumulated toxic materials. Why do I have constipation and will colonics help Constipation is one of the first signs The majority of which is stored in the colon Is this still true if we make daily bowel movements indicating to us that the bowel is not functioning properly. When a person is constipated the Yes. Much of the food we eat today is mucous forming as we eat these foods a sticky glue like walls of the colon are often encrusted with masses of accumulated faecal matter. The inner substance is left throughout the gastrointestinal tract much of it ends up in the colon. Over time diameter of the colon is reduced like a water pipe blocked by mineral deposits and eventually the walls of the colon become thickly coated with this waste matter this can and does cause the opening becomes narrower and narrower making it more difficult to pass wastes through. auto-intoxication. Since the encrusted faeces line the colon wall the colon is unable to absorb nutrients from our food in the last phase of the digestive process. Auto-intoxication is the process where the body literally poisons itself by maintaining a cesspool of decaying matter in the colon. Wastes from the blood steam which should normally be drawn into the colon through the colon wall are re-absorbed by the body along with other toxins resulting from the fermentation This inner cesspool contains a high number harmful bacteria similar to a cesspool under a and putrefaction of incompletely digestive food. Subsequently intestinal stasis often follows house. The toxins released by the decay get into the bloodstream and travel to all parts of the which occurs when the muscular contractions known as peristalsis can no longer sweep the body. Every cell in the body gets affected and many forms sickness can result. Because it weak- hardened faeces along the digestive canal. ens the entire system auto-intoxication can be a causative factor for most diseases. A person can ever have several bowel movements a day and still be constipated. The Symptoms of Autointoxication include the following movements are usually smaller and occur more often because the inner diameter of the colon is smaller than it should be. These reasons are why thousands of people each year choose colonic irrigation as a safe inexpensive way to improve and maintain good health. Food allergies or intolerance I suffer with chronic diarrheal surely I do not need a colonic Bad breath Body odour Chronic diarrheal is a sign of an irritation in the colon often it is the presence of a parasite that Smelly feet is causing the irritation. Ulcers IBS With chronic diarrheal the body is just attempting numerous times per day to rid itself of the Haemorrhoids problem that is causing irritation. Bloating Polyps Intestinal parasites thrive in filthy environments many varieties of intestinal parasites lodge Excessive weight gain themselves in the old matter that is encrusted on the walls of the intestinal tract or colon. Dry or hard stools Without the presence of this stagnant matter parasites are not be able to survive. Foul-smelling stools This is one reason people suffering diarrheal often opt for colonics. Digestive problems Poor appetite Healthy Healing Colonics For your colonic at Healthy Healing the Woods gravity system is Allergy and sinus problems used. Your Therapist is a highly trained Surgical Nurse with many years experience of Swelling in the legs performing colonics prior to surgery. Poor complexion The colonic is a gentle procedure tailored to the individual where warm purified water flows Frequent congestion into the colon without force or pressure. Many people prefer this procedure over the Flatulence pressure machines. They have reported less cramping and discomfort with the same great Inexplicable low energy result. Pro-biotic implants following your colonic are an optional extra Lowered resistance to infection Pimples acne and other skin conditions It is quite normal to be nervous for your first colonic as you are not quite sure what to expect. Your Therapist will talk you through the procedure explaining how it feels. Please be Imagine your kitchen rubbish bin without a plastic bag inside. Every day you throw your waste reassured that your dignity and privacy are respected at all times. The colonic takes around 45 into the bin and then you take it out to the dustbin and dump its contents. Even though you are minutes sometimes longer if needed. Colonics cost 55 per session. To book an dumping the contents imagine all the residue that builds up along its walls. appointment call 26343512 97788931. Watch the colonics video on our website. What would that kitchen bin look like after 1 year 10 years 50 years What is a colonic A colonic is a gentle rinsing of impacted faecal matter gas mucus and parasites from the bowels. A properly administered colonic is painless and leaves one feeling far better than before the session. What is a gravity-centred colonic A small instrument is painlessly inserted into the tip of the anus and connects to two tubes. One tube delivers water to the body while the other tube delivers the water and waste directly to a drainage system. What makes the gravity method different from the machine approach is a simultaneous in out flow of water. It is not pressurized or powered by anything but gravity. This creates a peaceful and gentle experience which allows one to have a much more thorough colonic. The treatment is non-aggressive and never overwhelming. Dr. Norman Walker and Dr. Robert Woods helped popularize this method better known as the Woods Gravity Method. Using a simultaneous in out flow is based on a logical approach to the human body which takes into account its physiological nature. Other methods fill the colon with force which causes stress on the organ and the individual getting the treatment. A gravitycentred colonic awakens the peristaltic motion of the colon rather than taking over the functionality of the organ itself. It gently rinses the bowels restoring strength and normal healthy functioning. One never becomes dependant on gravity-centred colonics. The gravity method does not use motors or pumps during the colonic treatment. This translates to a comfortable and relaxing yet very effective treatment. This method helps the colon regain its strength by gently rinsing the old encrusted faecal matter from the organ instead of other methods that force water into the colon. The most important aspect of the gravity method is that it awakens the colon to do the work of elimination without any force. This means that your body will never become dependent on colonics. What are the benefits of colon cleansing consider the colon the sewer system of the body. Since the colon is at the end of the line it becomes sluggish backed-up and therefore polluted. This in turn impairs the colon s ability to assimilate vitamins and minerals hence polluting and weakening the entire body - tissue organs and bloodstream. We eventually become tired and often sick because the amount of waste in the tissues and bloodstream is too much for our daily routine. The waste in the blood stream that does not get filtered by the kidneys in sleep (dialysis) eventually contributes to general fatigue cloudiness in one s thinking bloating and lack of energy to get through the day. By cleansing the bowels we can help restore the body to its natural state of being which is healthy and vibrant. By decreasing the amount of waste in the bowels we effectively cleanse the tissues organs and bloodstream. As we become cleaner we notice many positive changes - from increased energy and clearer thinking to vibrant health and vitality. . 12 www.cyprusreporter.com www.cyprusreporter.com 13 14 www.cyprusreporter.com Cyprus Association for the Protection and Care of Animals (CAPCA) Charitable Association Registration No. 1721 We need YOU. Do you have a couple of hours to spare during the week Do you love dogs Do you have a big heart with lots of love to spare Paws Dog Shelter have around 130 dogs in their care at any time. These vary from tiny puppies to our gentle giants like Brewster and Major. We rely on our wonderful volunteers for everything. The whole shelter is cleaned every day and the dogs are fed on fresh cooked food at around 9.00 a.m. so their basic needs are met in that way but they need so much more. We have some volunteers who come in to walk the dogs up and down our private road so if you feel that you need some regular exercise this helps you (I guarantee weight loss.) and the dogs love it. Sometimes they walk you they are so keen to get out. It is also good to spend some time just playing with them in the runs. Ball throwing is always a favourite. Or tug of war with their rope toys. It is so important to keep them socialised and trained in basic manners. We also need help with our fundraising activities. It costs around 90 000 a year to run the shelter and all of this has to be raised again by our willing volunteers. If you can help in any way please please please get in touch by phoning 99683775 or email paws-capca hotmail.com or contact. pawsdogshelter gmail.com . I can assure you that the rewards are enormous in the love and affection the dogs will give to you. PAWS DOG SHELTER Tank is 4 years old and was brought to the shelter by his owner with his 2 brothers. These 3 dogs have never really settled in the shelter but are good with other dogs and are waiting for a lovely home to go to. They are fully vaccinated and neutered. He does have a microchip but it isn t registered. He is a Pointer cross Black in colour with a white chest. He is very playful and chases balls. Blot is the brother of Tank and was brought to shelter along with his two brothers. Blot has never really settled at the shelter but again has the same temperament as Tank. Blot is also micro chipped but registered and fully vaccinated. Also neutered. He is black in colour. He also is playful and loves a walk and to chase a ball. He is also a Pointer cross. Domino is the last of the three Pointer Cross brothers that were brought to the shelter by the owners. As with Tank and Blot he is 3 years old fully vaccinated neutered and microchip. Again he is very playful loves a walk is great with other dogs and chases a ball. All three of these dogs are desperate to find a loving home as this is what they are used to. Zara is 1 and half years old and was left at the gate to the shelter last November. She has a lovely temperament but has no medical book and has no microchip. She gets on well with the other dogs in her section and also loves a walk. She was spayed on the 12 December and has had her first vaccination. Please help and find this lovely dog a forever home. Paws Dog Shelter Charity number 1721 Can we take the opportunity as we head into 2014 to say an enormous thank you to all our wonderful volunteers at the shelter and the shop Without them there would be no shelter. The efforts of the whole team were recognised with our nomination for the Paphos Hearts of Gold Award. We celebrated Spindles 10th birthday on the 14th December with a coffee morning and party. The kennel was decorated with balloons and banners and the dogs all shared in a special doggy birthday cake. Spindle is seen hear with Fran Dean one of our kennel managers trying to decide whether to eat his cake or save it for later. The New Year will bring new challenges as the difficult financial situation continues in Cyprus with the fund raising we need to keep the shelter running getting harder all the time. We have lots of new ideas for the coming year. Our yard sales car boot sales on the first Sunday of every month will start again in March. To book places for this telephone the shelter on 99683775. We have a new location for our ever popular quiz night as our usual venue is closed at the moment. It will be at Gustosos on Tomb of the Kings Road on Thursday the 20th of February. Please ring Maria on 97645543 to book for your team. We will be doing a sponsored Dog Walk in April. Sponsorship form will be available soon and if you don t have a dog you can borrow one from the shelter. They will be only too pleased to accompany you. In May we are running a charity darts competition at the Bonamere Beach Bar and this will be followed in the evening by a BBQ and special entertainment. A car treasure hunt is also planned and possibly a raft race and a Casino night so watch this space to find out how you can have a good time and support Paws as well. For information on what is going on look on our Facebook page https www.facebook.com PawsDogShelter or our web site http www.pawsdogshelter.com telephone the shelter on 99683775 or email paws-capca hotmail.co.uk. You are welcome to visit the shelter any day of the week between 8.00 am and 11.am. Thursday 20 February 2014 Gustoso Restaurant Tomb of the Kings Road Paphos The evening starts at 7.00 p.m. with a main course meal (choice of Fish & Chips Chicken & Chips Pork Chop or Vegetarian Option) and will be followed by a raffle and then the quiz. Price 13. Beat the winter blues and get a team together for this fun evening which raises money for the abandoned and homeless dogs which are being cared for at the PAWS Dog Shelter. To book your table or for more information phone Maria on 97645543. www.cyprusreporter.com PAWS Dog Shelter QUIZ NIGHT 15 16 www.cyprusreporter.com Proto-Col Cyprus Sponsors Local Athlete The Paphos based Health Beauty and Nutritional Company has agreed to a sponsorship deal with one of the top local athletes here in Cyprus. The Triathlete named Dimos Papadavid has caught the eye of the owners Peter & Linda Whiteside because of his outstanding results in this demanding sport. Triathlon (Swim Cycle and Run) is becoming a popular pastime for all ages that are interested in getting fit and developing their general health and fitness level. For many years we have seen both Cypriots and Brits at Ta Banias close to the harbour area taking their early morning dip. Alongside this many people see jogging as a good way of staying fit and keeping excess weight off. More people are using bicycles for shorter journeys to save on fuel whilst helping them stay fit. Dimos Papadavid has taken this to the next level and has his target set on becoming the number one Triathlete in Cyprus and competing in a full Ironman competition held in Hawaii. He is now training up to 15hrs per week under the supervision of Prof. Peter Whiteside who competed in the 1980 Olympic Games and coached the Great Britain team at Modern Pentathlon. Dimos has arranged his training around his two jobs. He is a school teacher and a joint owner manager of the Chinese restaurant Tao Fusion in Kato Paphos. Dimos started running about 5 years ago and cycling just 2 years ago. He met Prof. Whiteside whilst swimming at Ta Banias. He discovered he could not keep up with Peter despite being 30 years younger. This was a very fortunate meeting for Dimos as he had recently recovered from a stress fracture to the shins due to over training. With Peter s coaching background and knowledge of sports nutrition he was able to advise Dimos on improving his training methods as well as the type of sports supplementation he needed if he was to train at the top level. Peter knew from his own experience the importance of good nutrition when pushing the body to its limits. His own sporting career was cut short when he became ill with M.E. otherwise known as extreme fatigue syndrome. He was ill for a many years and only recovered when by chance he discovered the best type of nutritional support enabling his body return to balance. To enable Dimos to work and train at these intense levels Proto-Col Cyprus supply him with the following products Green Magic. A green powder containing 17 of the world s most nutrient dense Super foods. This helps detox the body and blood to aid cell recovery. Vita Balance. A multi-vitamin containing 125 important minerals trace minerals and vitamins. A collection of herbs and minerals designed to aid digestion boost your metabolism and detox your body. Omega Essentials. A combination of 3 key omega oils - 3 6 and 9. The capsules contain a potent source of flaxseed oil and ELA APA DHA OA and LA (acids) essential for healthy joints. Pro Sports Collagen. A special blend of type 1 and type 3 collagen. This formula is designed forathletes recovering from injury boosting collagen levels to reduce recovery time and strengthen weakened joints. Dimos is now swims an impressive 1500m in 32 min cycles 40km in 59min and runs 10km in 35min. He will be training intensively through the winter focussing on his swimming aiming to reduce his time by at least 5min. This nutritional regimen along with the coaching and strength training will certainly enable him to move another stage closer to achieving his goal. Proto-Col Cyprus wish Dimos every success for the coming season and are proud to support such a dedicated athlete. For further information please contact your local pharmacy or visit www.proto-col-cyprus.com or Tel 26 913482 or M 99 756 751 Many of us have grown up with our parent s words ringing in our ears about the importance treatment for cancer or similar can create up to 12 000 units plus of damage at a cellular level. of fruit and vegetables in our diet. The government research from around the world confirms One serving of the Green Magic delivers approximately the same food value as 5 7 helpings that we need to eat a minimum of five (5) servings of fresh fruits and vegetables each day. of organically grown vegetables. Why Because there is a daily battle going on inside our bodies. Do you want to be on the winning side Fresh fruit and vegetables are packed with things called anti-oxidants these are in simple terms the good army in our bodies. They go around mopping up the free radicals the bad army . Free radicals are caused by our everyday lives and activities. The stress chemicals pollution and lack of exercise all contribute to the battle being slowly lost within our bodies. We are also constantly consuming hidden ingredients such as colourings flavourings and additives which also cause oxidative stress and aging. Check list If any of the following symptoms apply to you maybe your body needs some help Stomach acid Tiredness. Fatigue Lack of energy Aches and pains Lack of concentration Poor digestion Irregular bowl movement. To help combat these problems we can follow our parents advised and eat 5 serving of fruit and vegetables every day or we can turn to a serving of Green Magic. Nutrition Research Institute Key Ingredients Spirulina grown in Hawaii is known as the eating sunshine plant Spirulina is positively bursting with enzymes minerals trace minerals antioxidants and phyto-nutrients which increase the body s wellbeing and optimise good health. Spirulina is a 95% digestible protein but contains only 1.2 calories per gram. Spirulina also deliveries a quick source of energy and helps with muscles oxygenation due to high levels of Iron it also includes eight essential amino acids. Barley and Wheat Grass juice the key role is to purify and cleanse the body and the blood. They achieve this through a process of neutralising harmful toxins. Barley Grass naturally contains 11 times the calcium of dried cow milk and 5 times the level of natural Iron as fresh spinach. Packed with a powerful source of enzymes wheat grass also offers a great source of Chlorophyll which is referred to as nature s sunshine. Anti-oxidants these come from Co Enzyme Q10 and Royal Jelly. Possibly two of the most powerful natural anti-oxidants in the world offering up 9 different B vitamins and 22 amino acids which create the building blocks of life itself. These ingredients supercharge the body s natural immune system as well as helping the body to produce cellular energy. Co enzyme Q10 naturally declines in the body with age thus supplementing the body is essential for maintaining heart health. Chlorella a great source of natural Iron protein and beta carotene (18mg per gram). Chlorella also provides 100% of the RDA of Vit B12 in just 7 grams and contains 10 times more chlorophyll than alfalfa. The importance of FIVE a day Green Magic Green Magic is hailed as the ultimate Super Food by elite athletes nutritional advisers and those who desire high quality nutrition without cholesterol. Green Magic is a natural fusion of 17 of the most powerful super foods containing completely natural organically grown ingredients in one unique formulation. With key ingredients such as Spirulina wheat grass juice and Royal Jelly proto-col s Green Magic is packed with vitamins minerals anti-oxidants and nutritional enzymes to promote energy production Other Ingredients include muscular recover vitality and youthfulness as well as offering a natural detox and cleanse Lecithin Emulsifies fats and oil into water supports memory and nerves and is considered for the body. as a brain fuel. Kamut Juice A high energy food. Clinical Studies Rice Kernel membrane powder An excellent source of fibre and Vitamin B complex. Clinical studies carried out by the universities of Utah and Ukraine have proven green Apple Pectin Fibre Traps harmful cholesterol. Icelandic Kelp & Nova Scotia Dulse magic to decrease the body s biological age significantly. Studies found that the high levels of Packaged with chelated and trace minerals and natural lithium. Jerusalem artichoke powder Superoxide Dismutase one of the world s most powerful antioxidants found in Green Magic Lactobacillus Acidophilus & Bifidus pro-biotic Feeds friendly flora in the body great source of lowers the biological cell age by an astonishing 13.5 years over a course of 3 months. This potassium and offers natural Insulin which proves essential in treating both type I and II results in a healthy vibrant glow and the reduction of the outward signs of ageing. diabetes. Helps to correct pH imbalance in the body and remove harmful toxic bacteria. Organically grown fresh fruit or vegetables but with just 12 calories per serving Green Magic Product conclusion is also highly bio-available source of protein this is vital in the natural repair of tissue in skin Green Magic s massively high ORAC value (anti-oxidant value) 1040 units per serving can nails hair bones and cartilage as well as compensating for cellular deficiency in the body. help repair damage caused by free radicals and ensures the body has all the essential Proto-Col Green Magic has shown in some cases to help with numerous problems in the body nutrients it needs for younger looking skin. The scientific community agrees that the body such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome chronic fatigue type II diabetes poor immune function and creates between 3 800 5 000 ORAC units of damage per day just going through our normal energy production anti- carcinogenic properties and much more. lives. It is estimated that an elite athlete who is in full time training can create up to 10 000 ORAC units a day of damage whilst somebody who is undergoing chemotherapy as a For further information please contact - www.proto-col-cyprus.comTel 26 913 482 www.cyprusreporter.com 17 THE AUCTIONEERS LOT Our resident expert is Benjamin Terence Green a licensed auctioneer and valuer with over 30 years experience. Ben currently holds regular Friday auctions at Hammers Auction House Chloraka in Paphos. Dear Dave What you own is not actually a Dr Who TARDIS at all. It is a die cast police hut and was made by Dinky toys. It actually is a 42A Police hut and pre dates The Dr Who TV series by a good few years. Up until the BBC licensed in the 1970 s the Denys Fisher TARDIS it was all us young Dr Who fans could get hold of. The Dinky police hut is actually based on the Mark 1 police box and the Dr Who TARDIS is based on the slightly later police box designed by Gilbert Trench of the Metropolitan Police surveying department. Don t feel short changed that your neighbour never gave you it boxed because this item was never sold in its own box. In those days these were packed in yellow boxes of six. The retailers then sold them as individual items. Even not being a TARDIS it is still a good collectable Dinky and worth 40 Euros in fair to good condition Ben Dear Jean I remember these cards well. The collection you are talking about would have been dated around 1975. PG Tips collector s cards were included in boxes of loose and bagged tea sold from 1954 1999. In the 1950s and 1960s packets of Brooke Bond tea included illustrated cards usually 50 in a series which were collected by many children. One of the most famous illustrators of the cards was Charles Tunnicliffe the internationally acclaimed bird painter. Most of the initial series were wildlife-based including British Wild Animals British Wild Flowers African Wild Life Asian Wild Life and Tropical Birds . From the late 1960s they included historical subjects such as British Costume History of the Motor Car and Famous Britons . Complete sets and albums in good condition are highly sought-after. There were well over 200 series issued and many of them have since been reprinted. I am afraid that your collection is not one of the most sought after. A fair value would be around 5 Euros. Ben You can catch Ben wielding his auctioneer s gavel every Friday at 11am at Hammer s auction House Chloraka. 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The arrests were carried out as part of an inquiry into alleged bribery involving public tenders which included controversial building projects in Istanbul. Those detained in the 17 December raids included more than 50 public officials and businessmen - all allies of the prime minister. The sons of two ex-ministers and the chief executive of the state-owned bank Halkbank are still in police custody. Political plotting The latest round of police dismissals and reassignments were carried out under a government decree. Those removed from their posts include chiefs of the financial crimes anti-smuggling and organised crime units the private Dogan News Agency reported. The move comes as the government is trying to contain the political fall-out from the corruption inquiry. Cyprus unemployment unchanged at 17.3% in November Cyprus unemployment stood at 17.3% in November 2ggg013 remaining unchanged compared to October. 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If you would like to found out more about Tala Monastery Cat Park please visit their website. Cost Effective Advertising With great exposure Call today for more info on 7778941 www.cyprusreporter.com 23 24 www.cyprusreporter.com www.cyprusreporter.com 25 RSS Logistics - Still Going Strong RSS is now entering its fifth year as the only Peyia based Removal Shipping and Storage Company and has become very much part of the local community during that time. From the beginning it set out to offer an honest and open service with real customer service and a pledge to stop the Thank you for all the questions and telephone calls. I can only answer a few questions in this space each month but will answer every other query directly to the reader. excessive profits that were being made in the industry. Please address all questions to info rsslogistics.com or telephone 26343775 Q I have a very small amount that I want to ship back to the UK probably less By sticking to these principles the company has prospered during these difficult than one cubic metre. Is a shared container the best way of doing this A Whilst it is certainly possible it is not the most economic metho. Sharing times in Cyprus and is now looking to expand yet again. containers is really for 2 or 3 cubic metres upwards for it to be cost effective. It is worth From the beginning it has offered a shipping service not only to and from the UK enquiring at the post office or one of the courier companies as they all have economy but all over the world and has a real expertise in knowing the different regulations in methods of sending small loads. different Countries which saves both time and money and a lot of frustration. Q I have just brought my car to Cyprus from UK. I paid in the UK which I was The removal side of the business has continued to expand and is now moving told was a final price but when I went to Limassol to collect it I spent hours customers locally and all over Cyprus. Increasingly it is also moving commercial trying to get it and eventually had to employ somebody to get it for me and pay over 400 extra. Is this normal enterprises to different offices and different locations. A Unfortunately it is quite common but certainly not acceptable. A reputable Storage has also become a major feature of the business as more and more people company will always include the clearing fees or make it very clear that they are not included. Often what seems to be a cheap deal works out the most expensive. Make require this facility whilst they decide their future look for alternative sure that you have it in writing that everything is included and that a member of the accommodation here and abroad or are having to work in another Country. Company will take you to Limassol to collect and sort out the paperwork which is They also store commercially for various companies who find it more efficient and really very simple. economic to have their stock stored and delivered for them Q I am shipping all my goods and a car to Vietnam. Are there any pitfalls I need Alan the owner is a firm believer that a business is only as good as its staff and to be aware of A The short answer is yes It is vital that you use a company that is experienced in counts himself lucky that he has been able to hire such high caliber staff. shipping to these Countries. The most important thing is that you will need an import Sara is in charge of Admin and is the first face that customers see when they walk licence for your car if it is right hand drive. This needs to be obtained in Vietnam and you will need to get an Agent there to obtain one for you. You really need to consider into the office. whether taking a car is the best alternative. She has an extensive background both in working with people and managing an Q I am going travelling for three months and wish to store my car under cover office and all the administration that goes with it. for this period and would want to put various boxes in it. Is this possible does it need to be insured and how much Fortunately she is very cool under pressure and keeps smiling when the A This is not a problem and should cost around 100 for the three months. You will unexpected happens which it often does need insurance to drive it to and from the storage but the Company s own insurance She is expert in her knowledge of removals shipping and storage and can usually should cover it whilst it is in their care. offer helpful advice immediately and without fuss. Q I know you cannot be specific but could you give me an approximate figure She really does care both about the job and the people she comes into contact with to move locally from one 3 bedroom villa to another A This obviously does vary considerably depending on access amount of goods and will always go that extra mile. how many floors etc but as a rough guide you should be looking at 350 - 450 if you Paul Steve and John look after the wrapping packing and moving of customer s are packing your goods yourself and 500 - 600 if the company is packing for you possessions. They are all quietly efficient and make a difficult job look easy. Carrying furniture up and down stairs in mid -summer is a real art and they do it happily and without complaint. They are well aware both of the financial and sentimental value of customer s possessions and take great care that no harm comes to anything. Alan is in charge of quoting and is the face people see when they require a quote in their own homes. He has a very varied career in business and management and for a long time was an Area Director of Social Services in the UK. He has both professional qualifications and a post graduate qualification in Management and has brought his organizational and man management skills to RSS and has ensured that integrity is a key word in the Company. Cyprus owed 150 million in unpaid taxes The Goverment is struggling to cope with the issue of tax-collection with more that 150 million euros owed. The House Committee on Development Plans and Public Expenditure Control discussed the thorny issues of tax evasion debt ridden municipalities overpriced medicines and the fact that the Auditor s Office is understaffed . The Committee which examined the Auditor General s Report for 2012 heard that the 150 million seems to be a permanent number despite decisions taken during a discussion on this issue at the Committee providing for measures to help collect Everybody is always welcome to just pop in with any queries and will always receive unpaid taxes. the best possible advice and even a cup of coffee Chairman of the Committee George Georgiou said that these taxes have been due for years and will only increase as a result of the economic crisis the country is facing. RSS is now an integral part of Peyia and is here to stay. Tax evasion he added is a huge issue noting that political decisions need to be taken by the Executive and the House has great responsibilities in efforts to address the matter. Georgiou also said that another issue that needs to be addressed is the overpricing of medicines as Cyprus ranks sixth in the list of EU countries with the highest cost of medicine. The worsening of the finances of the 39 municipalities on the island is also worrying members of the House. According to Georgiou the Finance Ministry is on red alert after an Austrian bank which had lent a total 100 million euro to 15 municipalities has demanded its money back. 26 www.cyprusreporter.com www.cyprusreporter.com 27 Complied by Jezebel at Groovejet Media Productions. For the most up-to-date information check out www.groovejetmedia.com LISTINGS page and tune into The Weekend Link on Rock FM Saturday mornings 10am - midday (98.5 FM Pafos 106.7 FM Polis 89.2 FM Limassol or www.rockfmcyprus.com worldwide). Entries were correct at time of writing but as events do change it s worth calling ahead to check especially over the holiday season. If you d like your event listed or are interested in radio advertising please contact jezebel groovejetmedia.com Monday 13th January Quiz at Turtle Beach Bar Argaka 5 inc. dinner and 1st drink 999364384 Quiz and curry night 7.30pm at Gorgona opp Papas Pafos harbour Davey Woodford 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Steve Cox s It s only easy if you know the answer quiz at Ithaki Coral Bay Strip 7pm 97678223 Quiz Night at Tommy s Xlorakas (opposite old Velvet Hall) 7.30pm entry 2 97606777 Jukebox Rockers male duo 8.30pm at The Frog & Toad Coral Bay 26343876 Andriano 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Tuesday 14th January Vyronas Potsos rocks 9.30pm at Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze Temple Bar old town Pafos (2nd TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side left after CYTA) 96727314 26940791 Sequence Dancing 2-4.30pmPaphos Christian Fellowship inter- Friday 17th January national community centre Ada- Paul & Celia karaoke at Paradise mantiou Street Kato Pafos (prev restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Welcome Inn) 99750332 Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm The Cliffettes Jezebel & Lisa-Ma- at Railway Inn Xlorakas Hill rie present their original quiz & 99512617 bingo night 7.30pm at Cliff Bar Karaoke with Maurice & Sheila at between Kamares & Tala. 2 en- Faros Tavern Latchi harbour try wine prizes plus optional bingo Blue Jar 7pm at Trattoria La Vigna 99831136 Coral Bay Strip 96435181 Scottish Country Dancing Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze 5.30pm-8pm at the Latin Parish TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side Hall TOK Rd Xlorakas coast side 26940791 99298512 Polis & Sofia 8pm at Athena Quiz Night at The Farmyard Royal Hotel hotel row towards Restaurant Kathikas 8pm Geroskipou 99632346 26632745 Live music at Phidias Tavern CorThe Homeless Band 10pm at al Bay 26621018 Jukebox opp Markedion Theatre The Homeless Band 10pm at The Pafos town 99617845 Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99617845 Wednesday 15th January Folk & Country Open Mic Night 7-11pm at Phoenix Club Kato Pafos 96785325 Fun Quiz at Paradise Restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Bums & Tums with Alison at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 6pm 96579144 Bingo night 7.30pm at Tommy s opposite old Velvet Hall Xlorakas (near the dip at edge of Pafos town) 97606777 Whist drive 7pm at Fantasia Club near glass lift car park below Pafos Market 99341566 The People s Quiz at Ollie s Bar Trimithousa 7.30pm Kyp plays sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian Restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga The Homeless Band 10pm at Gabriel s Tavern Kouklia 99617845 Thursday 16th January Les Holmes multi instrumentalist 7pm at Veranda TOK Rd Kato Pafos off coast side 95507005 Cancer Patients Support Group craft morning 10am - noon at their town centre venue 26654007 Quiz night at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 8pm 96579144 Quiz Night 9pm at Railway inn Xlorakas 99683755 Fun darts night at Ollie s Bar Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Emba Tennis Club at Shogun Karate Club 7 - 9pm 99008716 Quiz and curry night 7.30pm at Gorgona opp Papas Pafos harbour Davey Woodford 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Tuesday 21st January Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side 26940791 Sequence Dancing 2-4.30pmPaphos Christian Fellowship international community centre Adamantiou Street Kato Pafos (prev Welcome Inn) 99750332 The Cliffettes Jezebel & Lisa-Marie present their original quiz & bingo night 7.30pm at Cliff Bar between Kamares & Tala. 2 entry wine prizes plus optional bingo 99831136 Scottish Country Dancing 5.30pm-8pm at the Latin Parish Hall TOK Rd Xlorakas coast side 99298512 Quiz Night at The Farmyard Restaurant Kathikas 8pm 26632745 The Homeless Band 10pm at Jukebox opp Markedion Theatre Pafos town 99617845 Wednesday 22nd January Folk & Country Open Mic Night 7-11pm at Phoenix Club Kato Pafos 96785325 Fun Quiz at Paradise Restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Bums & Tums with Alison at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 6pm 96579144 Bingo night 7.30pm at Tommy s opposite old Velvet Hall Xlorakas (near the dip at edge of Pafos town) 97606777 Whist drive 7pm at Fantasia Club near glass lift car park below Pafos Market 99341566 The People s Quiz at Ollie s Bar Trimithousa 7.30pm Kyp plays sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian Restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga The Homeless Band 10pm at Gabriel s Tavern Kouklia 99617845 Thursday 23rd January Les Holmes multi instrumentalist 7pm at Veranda TOK Rd Kato Pafos off coast side 95507005 Cancer Patients Support Group craft morning 10am - noon at their town centre venue 26654007 Quiz night at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 8pm 96579144 Quiz Night 9pm at Railway inn Xlorakas 99683755 Fun darts night at Ollie s Bar Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Emba Tennis Club at Shogun Karate Club 7 - 9pm 99008716 Steve Cox s It s only easy if you know the answer quiz at Ithaki Coral Bay Strip 7pm 97678223 Quiz Night at Tommy s Xlorakas (opposite old Velvet Hall) 7.30pm entry 2 97606777 Jukebox Rockers male duo 8.30pm at The Frog & Toad Coral Bay 26343876 Andriano 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Vyronas Potsos rocks 9.30pm at Temple Bar old town Pafos (2nd left after CYTA) 96727314 Friday 24th January Blue Jar 7pm at Trattoria La Vigna Coral Bay Strip 96435181 Paul & Celia karaoke at Paradise restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Railway Inn Xlorakas Hill 99512617 Karaoke with Maurice & Sheila at Faros Tavern Latchi harbour Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side 26940791 Polis & Sofia 8pm at Athena Royal Hotel hotel row towards Geroskipou 99632346 Live music at Phidias Tavern Coral Bay 26621018 The Homeless Band 10pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99617845 Davey Woodford 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Tuesday 28th January Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side 26940791 Sequence Dancing 2-4.30pmPaphos Christian Fellowship international community centre Adamantiou Street Kato Pafos (prev Welcome Inn) 99750332 The Cliffettes Jezebel & Lisa-Marie present their original quiz & bingo night 7.30pm at Cliff Bar between Kamares & Tala. 2 entry wine prizes plus optional bingo 99831136 Scottish Country Dancing 5.30pm-8pm at the Latin Parish Hall TOK Rd Xlorakas coast side 99298512 Quiz Night at The Farmyard Restaurant Kathikas 8pm 26632745 The Homeless Band 10pm at Jukebox opp Markedion Theatre Pafos town 99617845 Wednesday 29th January Folk & Country Open Mic Night 7-11pm at Phoenix Club Kato Pafos 96785325 Fun Quiz at Paradise Restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Bums & Tums with Alison at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 6pm 96579144 Bingo night 7.30pm at Tommy s opposite old Velvet Hall Xlorakas (near the dip at edge of Pafos town) 97606777 Whist drive 7pm at Fantasia Club near glass lift car park below Pafos Market 99341566 The People s Quiz at Ollie s Bar Trimithousa 7.30pm Kyp plays sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian Restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga The Homeless Band 10pm at Gabriel s Tavern Kouklia 99617845 Thursday 30th January Les Holmes multi instrumentalist 7pm at Veranda TOK Rd Kato Pafos off coast side 95507005 Cancer Patients Support Group craft morning 10am - noon at their town centre venue 26654007 Quiz night at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 8pm 96579144 Quiz Night 9pm at Railway inn Xlorakas 99683755 Fun darts night at Ollie s Bar Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Emba Tennis Club at Shogun Karate Club 7 - 9pm 99008716 Steve Cox s It s only easy if you know the answer quiz at Ithaki Coral Bay Strip 7pm 97678223 Quiz Night at Tommy s Xlorakas (opposite old Velvet Hall) 7.30pm entry 2 97606777 Charity Quiz Night at Faros Latchi harbour 8pm www.cyprusreporter.com Saturday 18th January Spooky rock-blues band 9pm midnight at Platea Tavern Pissouri Square 99831136 Tina Chester and Martin Rhodes 7pm at Vatouthkia beyond Kamares 22.50 inc. dinner 99459163 Tony Savva sings 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Latin Fever at Boemo Live Ayiou Antoniou Kato Paphos 99621772 Steve Richards at Veranda TOK Rd (near Lidl) 95507005 Kyp on live sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga Buble Rock n Roll & Blues Brothers shows 8pm at Veranda Bar TOK Rd Kato Pafos Kaela Santosh as Tina Turner plus support 9pm-12.30pm at Kikkos Bar Coral Bay Strip Symbiosis rock band 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 The Homeless Band 10pm Evis Pub Kleious St (turn away from sea at Yemen s harbour road 99617845 Sunday 19th January Bob Clarkson sings in the afternoon at DT s Bar TOK Road just beyond Kato Pafos Bingo 7.45pm at the Lucky Genie Kissonerga 97657595 Monday 20th January Quiz at Turtle Beach Bar Argaka 5 inc. dinner and 1st drink 999364384 Saturday 25th January Tina Chester 7pm at Old Kamaroudi Tavern Konia 25 inc. meal 9924 8182 Crystal Clear 7pm-11pm at Ollie s Taverna Trimithousa Kyp on live sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga Tony Savva sings 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Latin Fever at Boemo Live Ayiou Antoniou Kato Paphos 99621772 Buble Rock n Roll & Blues Brothers shows 8pm at Veranda Bar TOK Rd Kato Pafos Kaela Santosh as Tina Turner plus support 9pm-12.30pm at Kikkos Bar Coral Bay Strip Symbiosis rock band 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 The Homeless Band 10pm Evis Pub Kleious St (turn away from sea at Yemen s harbour road 99617845 Sunday 26th January Amy Black 12.30pm at Vatouthkia beyond Kamares 15 inc. lunch 99459163 Michael Antoniou 1pm at Veranda TOK Rd (near Lidl) 95507005 Bob Clarkson sings in the afternoon at DT s Bar TOK Road just beyond Kato Pafos Bingo 7.45pm at the Lucky Genie Kissonerga 97657595 Kaela Santosh as Tina Turner AJ Vickers at Polis Bowling Club details to follow Monday 27th January Quiz at Turtle Beach Bar Argaka 5 inc. dinner and 1st drink 999364384 Quiz and curry night 7.30pm at Gorgona opp Papas Pafos harbour 28 Jukebox Rockers male duo 8.30pm at The Frog & Toad Coral Bay 26343876 Andriano 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Vyronas Potsos rocks 9.30pm at Temple Bar old town Pafos (2nd left after CYTA) 96727314 Friday 31st January Groovejet 8-11pm at Keg & Barrel Kato Pafos 99831136 Vacant (punk band) at 2 Yorks Boxing Night Episkopi Garrison 99974476 Paul & Celia karaoke at Paradise restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Railway Inn Xlorakas Hill 99512617 Karaoke with Maurice & Sheila at Faros Tavern Latchi harbour Blue Jar 7pm at Trattoria La Vigna Coral Bay Strip 96435181 Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side 26940791 Polis & Sofia 8pm at Athena Royal Hotel hotel row towards Geroskipou 99632346 Live music at Phidias Tavern Coral Bay 26621018 The Homeless Band 10pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99617845 Saturday 1st February The Motown Cowgirls 9pm midnight at Platea Tavern Pissouri Square 99831136 Kyp on live sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga Tony Savva sings 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Latin Fever at Boemo Live Ayiou Antoniou Kato Paphos 99621772 Buble Rock n Roll & Blues Brothers shows 8pm at Veranda Bar TOK Rd Kato Pafos Kaela Santosh as Tina Turner plus support 9pm-12.30pm at Kikkos Bar Coral Bay Strip Symbiosis rock band 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 The Homeless Band 10pm Evis Pub Kleious St (turn away from sea at Yemen s harbour road 99617845 Sunday 2nd February Bob Clarkson sings in the afternoon at DT s Bar TOK Road just beyond Kato Pafos Bingo 7.45pm at the Lucky Genie Kissonerga 97657595 Monday 3rd February Davey Woodford 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Quiz at Turtle Beach Bar Argaka 5 inc. dinner and 1st drink 999364384 Quiz and curry night 7.30pm at Gorgona opp Papas Pafos harbour Tuesday 4th February Jezebel sings for Shrove Tuesday Pancake Day 1 - 4pm at Paradise Restaurant just off St George Hill Xlorakas 99033693 Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side 26940791 Sequence Dancing 2-4.30pmPaphos Christian Fellowship international community centre Adamantiou Street Kato Pafos (prev Welcome Inn) 99750332 The Cliffettes Jezebel & Lisa-Marie present their original quiz & bingo night 7.30pm at Cliff Bar between Kamares & Tala. 2 entry wine prizes plus optional bingo 99831136 Scottish Country Dancing 5.30pm-8pm at the Latin Parish Hall TOK Rd Xlorakas coast side 99298512 Quiz Night at The Farmyard Restaurant Kathikas 8pm 26632745 The Homeless Band 10pm at Jukebox opp Markedion Theatre Pafos town 99617845 Wednesday 5th February Folk & Country Open Mic Night 7-11pm at Phoenix Club Kato Pafos 96785325 Fun Quiz at Paradise Restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Bums & Tums with Alison at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 6pm 96579144 Bingo night 7.30pm at Tommy s opposite old Velvet Hall Xlorakas (near the dip at edge of Pafos town) 97606777 Whist drive 7pm at Fantasia Club near glass lift car park below Pafos Market 99341566 The People s Quiz at Ollie s Bar Trimithousa 7.30pm Kyp plays sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian Restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga The Homeless Band 10pm at Gabriel s Tavern Kouklia 99617845 Thursday 4th February Les Holmes multi instrumentalist 7pm at Veranda TOK Rd Kato Pafos off coast side 95507005 Cancer Patients Support Group craft morning 10am - noon at their town centre venue 26654007 Quiz night at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 8pm 96579144 Quiz Night 9pm at Railway inn Xlorakas 99683755 Fun darts night at Ollie s Bar Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Emba Tennis Club at Shogun Karate Club 7 - 9pm 99008716 Steve Cox s It s only easy if you know the answer quiz at Ithaki Coral Bay Strip 7pm 97678223 Quiz Night at Tommy s Xlorakas (opposite old Velvet Hall) 7.30pm entry 2 97606777 Jukebox Rockers male duo 8.30pm at The Frog & Toad Coral Bay 26343876 Andriano 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Vyronas Potsos rocks 9.30pm at Temple Bar old town Pafos (2nd left after CYTA) 96727314 Friday 5th February Paul & Celia karaoke at Paradise restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Railway Inn Xlorakas Hill 99512617 Karaoke with Maurice & Sheila at Faros Tavern Latchi harbour Blue Jar 7pm at Trattoria La Vigna Coral Bay Strip 96435181 Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side 26940791 Polis & Sofia 8pm at Athena Royal Hotel hotel row towards Geroskipou 99632346 Live music at Phidias Tavern Coral Bay 26621018 The Homeless Band 10pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99617845 Buble Rock n Roll & Blues Brothers shows 8pm at Veranda Bar TOK Rd Kato Pafos Kaela Santosh as Tina Turner plus support 9pm-12.30pm at Kikkos Bar Coral Bay Strip Symbiosis rock band 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 The Homeless Band 10pm Evis Pub Kleious St (turn away from sea at Yemen s harbour road 99617845 Sunday 9th February Danny Delaney 12.30pm at Vatouthkia beyond Kamares 15 inc. lunch 99459163 Bob Clarkson sings in the afternoon at DT s Bar TOK Road just beyond Kato Pafos Bingo 7.45pm at the Lucky Genie Kissonerga 97657595 Monday 10th February Davey Woodford 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Quiz at Turtle Beach Bar Argaka 5 inc. dinner and 1st drink 999364384 Quiz and curry night 7.30pm at Gorgona opp Papas Pafos harbour Tuesday 11th February Gabriel 7pm at Sunset Breeze TOK Rd Kissonerga ocean side 26940791 Sequence Dancing 2-4.30pmPaphos Christian Fellowship international community centre Adamantiou Street Kato Pafos (prev Welcome Inn) 99750332 The Cliffettes Jezebel & Lisa-Marie present their original quiz & bingo night 7.30pm at Cliff Bar between Kamares & Tala. 2 entry wine prizes plus optional bingo 99831136 Scottish Country Dancing 5.30pm-8pm at the Latin Parish Hall TOK Rd Xlorakas coast side 99298512 Quiz Night at The Farmyard Restaurant Kathikas 8pm 26632745 The Homeless Band 10pm at Jukebox opp Markedion Theatre Pafos town 99617845 Wednesday 12th February Folk & Country Open Mic Night 7-11pm at Phoenix Club Kato Pafos 96785325 Fun Quiz at Paradise Restaurant Xlorakas 99033693 Bums & Tums with Alison at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 6pm 96579144 Bingo night 7.30pm at Tommy s opposite old Velvet Hall Xlorakas (near the dip at edge of Pafos town) 97606777 Whist drive 7pm at Fantasia Club near glass lift car park below Pafos Market 99341566 The People s Quiz at Ollie s Bar Trimithousa 7.30pm Kyp plays sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian Restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga The Homeless Band 10pm at Gabriel s Tavern Kouklia 99617845 Thursday 13th February Charity Quiz Night at Faros Latchi harbour 8pm Cancer Patients Support Group craft morning 10am - noon at their town centre venue 26654007 Quiz night at G&T s Bar Polis Road near Tsada 8pm 96579144 Quiz Night 9pm at Railway inn Xlorakas 99683755 Fun darts night at Ollie s Bar Tony and Gilly s Karaoke 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - turn away from sea at Esso 99512617 Alternate Thursdays bingo in aid of Polis hospital equipment fund Faros latchi 7.30pm 99805771 Emba Tennis Club at Shogun Karate Club 7 - 9pm 99008716 Steve Cox s It s only easy if you know the answer quiz at Ithaki Coral Bay Strip 7pm 97678223 Quiz Night at Tommy s Xlorakas (opposite old Velvet Hall) 7.30pm entry 2 97606777 Total Colour Spectrum plus various other acts 7.30-11pm at Crazy Spoon TOK Rd Kissonerga 2 adv 3 on door 99798366 Les Holmes multi instrumentalist 7pm at Veranda TOK Rd Kato Pafos off coast side 95507005 Jukebox Rockers male duo 8.30pm at The Frog & Toad Coral Bay 26343876 Andriano 9.30pm at The Rose Pub just off harbour Kato Pafos 99013187 Vyronas Potsos rocks 9.30pm at Temple Bar old town Pafos (2nd left after CYTA) 96727314 For more and up-to-the-minute information check out www. groovejetmedia.com LISTINGS Saturday 6th February Kyp on live sitar 7.30pm at Poppadoms Indian restaurant TOK Rd Kissonerga Tony Savva sings 9pm at Copa Bar just off TOK Rd Kato Pafos - 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