This week’s edition is a bit weak if you ask me
Work tragedy sparks action – workplace tragedies lead to proceedings being taken against the companies breaking the law. Apparently one of the penalties would be a fine up to about £4000. Editor: you don’t have to travel far to see construction workers breaking basic health and safety laws, strange that no one tries to stop them.
Victims of violence to get much needed help – a women’s shelter and help centre is to be opened
Energy plan talks begin – there’s trouble in those gas fields to coincide with talks
House-strip victims seek missing dogs – in last week’s article about house-sitters stripping an ex-pat’s house while they were in the UK, Cyprus Today forgot to mention their dogs were missing
North prices are cheaper than south – 40% cheaper at the moment but that won’t last
Best business idea for new directory – a website intends to bring people and businesses together by promoting recommended businesses.
Reservoirs at ‘drought level’ – as reservoirs are only 23% full while those in the south are 53% full