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North Cyprus News | Cyprus Today – 22/11/2014

North Cyprus News | Cyprus Today - 1/3/2014

Much of the news here is a repeat of articles over the last few weeks with a little added. There are also several trivial articles which are, at best, fillers.

FRONT

Tourism at risk from cutbacks – an extension of last week’s Lapta Festival cuts. They needed 27m TL, they asked for 20m TL and it looks like they’re getting 17m TL.

Turtle nesting numbers drop – surprise, surprise! The blame for the 67% drop being placed on the long overdue ‘Peace Water’ project.

Ercan strike on the cards – deja vu, again.

TRNC pilgrims head to Hala Sultan – in Larnaca as part of the Islamic New Year celebrations.

THE REST

Expats who lost savings seek expert legal advice – after the collapse of LMIM left an estimated 70 of them out of pocket after they were given poor investment advice. However, they are not seeking redress from the adviser but instead from the bankrupt LMIM organisation. Editor: that’ll work surely, NOT!

TRNC ‘losing confidence’ – in its government.

Workers end hunger strike – after two days because the ex-CTA workers are promised government jobs ‘next year’.

‘Recognition by Russia relevant’ – says TRNC President Eroglu. Editor: it would be if it were on offer.

 

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1 comment to North Cyprus News | Cyprus Today – 22/11/2014

  • Polly Marples

    Workers end hunger strike – after two days because the ex-CTA workers are promised government jobs ‘next year’.

    An insider told me tis was because their mam’s told them to come home, their dinner is on the table.

    What a joke.