North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 15th February 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 15th February 2020The North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 15th February 2020 has a currency investment prediction which if proven accurate could make you rich, i.e. ‘TL to Decline Even Further’. There’s a few problems though, the ‘newspaper’ doesn’t say exactly when, by how much or who the ‘economists’ are that are making this prediction.

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TRNC's Gunsel B9 Electric Car Swings Into Production

TRNC's Gunsel B9 Electric Car Swings Into ProductionThe news that the TRNC’s Gunsel B9 Electric Car will become available from 20th February 2020 was such a surprise to the world’s media that, apart from North Cyprus Free Press, only Turkish press released the news.

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North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 8th February 2020

North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 8th February 2020North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 8th February 2020 shows how quickly developers get the government to respond to their complaints, compared to scammed homebuyers who have been waiting 15+ years without any progress. I think the message is clear, don’t sit in a room wasting your time posting your complaints on FaceBook – get out on the streets!

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 1st February 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 1st February 2020North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 1st February 2020 starts with a piece that confirms that last week’s Greystone 2 news was fake news. The article should have been titled ‘Greystone 2 will not be saved’ as now the TRNC PM says the site will not be bought and then leased to those who paid for the homes. I also like the way that Cyprus ‘Today’ uses the word ‘injustice’ in quotes, as if there is doubt.

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North Cyprus Free Press - Cyprus Today 25th January 2020

North Cyprus Free Press - Cyprus Today 25th January 2020 Cyprus Today’s 25th January 2020 edition only has two articles on the front page. The first is about a plan for the TRNC government to buy the Greatstone 13 houses and lease them to the ex-pat owners. There were very little details, only that for the length of the lease the ex-pats would look after the properties for the government and probably pay for the privilege.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 18th January 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 18th January 2020The North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today’s current edition is full of anger. Anger that home-buyers are still being scammed after 15 years, anger at the quality of TRNC roads, anger at the recent price hikes and anger that the body of deceased Rauf Denktas is currently locked in a dark room instead of having a museum built to put his body in.

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According to Avast Hack Check Pinar Ocal Gokboru Was Hacked!

According to Avast Hack Check Pinar Ocal Gokboru Was HackedWe have just received a report from NCFP’s Cyber Security Expert who informs us that According to Avast Hack Check Pinar Ocal Gokboru Was Hacked! You can even try the test yourself using the email address supplied by Pinar Ocal Gokboru on her website at Lawlex Law.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 11th January 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 11th January 2020The main North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today is to do with the floods. It’s the only news on the front page and there is little else worth reviewing on NCFP. The only reason I’m publishing this is for continuity.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 4th January 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 4th January 2020North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 4th January 2020 is a bit sparse. On the front page one article says that in the North foreigners will get a fair trial, unlike in the south, and the other says that prices are going up.

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Garanti Bank Confirms Pinar Ocal Gokboru Could Have Avoided Hack

Garanti Bank Confirms Pinar Ocal Gokboru Could Have Avoided HackA member of Garanti Bank confirmed, during a phone call, that Pinar Ocal Gokboru Could Have Avoided the Hack which cost John and Mary Groaves £20 000. The source explained that conveyancers regularly transferred large sums of money from property sales. They went on to say that explanation for the low amounts that Pinar Ocal Gokboru transferred were a puzzle to them.

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