North Cyprus News | Cyprus Today – 5/7/2014

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‘Most wanted’ man surrenders to UK – after discovering he was on the most wanted list, he was then granted bail by a magistrate despite being on the list.

Parties in turmoil after election – mainly as a result of the poor showing of the DP, the CTP’s alliance partner

Shots fired at Brit’s home – but no one was charged

Mayors roll up sleeves – particularly in Girne where ex-pats are to get better services and in Alsancak where the new mayor will focus on water supply and the roads.


Layoffs anger airport workers – Ercan airport baggage handlers were given redundancy notices and so they demonstrated and were then told that the TRNC government were going to buy the company which employs them…

Human trafficking laws ‘not enforced in TRNC’ – no comment!

Foreign workers in south head north for better wages – 368 euros in the south and 550 in the north.

Beach building raises concerns – again, at Alagadi’s ‘Turtle Beach’.

Deputy PM among 10 patients turned away by state hospital – when an angiography machine failed. The hospital contacted Turkey for repairs.

‘TRNC on the brink of environmental disaster‘ – because of a record drought which has left one reservoir completely dry and the rest at a record low.


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