in Cyprus Today | 18/8/2012

North Cyprus News Update | in Cyprus Todayin Cyprus Today – 18/8/2012

‘Let’s help get TRNC growing’ – a plan to link north Cyprus and UK businesses has been launched. The idea is to ignore the fact that products cannot be sold to the UK because of the embargo and… well there is no explanation how this would work.

‘NCA would make loss‘ – North Cyprus Airlines, intended to replace CTA, failed to be launched because it was not a profitable project according to a feasibility study.

Property sale drop linked to tourism – less people are coming to north Cyprus so that’s why less properties are being sold. Oh, and they are scared to buy because of ‘legal and procedural problems.’

Dumped rubbish is ‘risk to health‘ – 20,000 tons of rotting rubbish near Dikmen will not be moved for 6 months

PM blocks rise in electricity prices – and reduces the rates applied to government offices so the bills they are not paying will be lower. The government owes 605 million TL.

Man charged with rape and murder of son – Erol Diker is in court.

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