North Cyprus News | Cyprus Today – 25/1/2014

North Cyprus News | Cyprus Today - 25/1/2014North Cyprus News – Cyprus Today – 25/1/2014

This is a fuller than usual edition, probably the only edition worth 4TL in the last few years.

House-sitters ‘stripped home’ – ex-pats who left their home in charge of young neighbours returned to find the home stripped bare

Keen interest in new airline – to replace CTA. See ‘Airline takes off’ article summary below

Storm fears over harbour walls – they’ll possibly collapse if weather gets bad

Students told to boycott TRNC – after the treatment of the death of a Nigerian student

Airline takes off – Atlasjet will be flying to Luton airport in the UK from May

New market is open – on Thursdays from 8am-3pm at the Castle Pub in Karaoglanoglu. There are 14 stalls.

Kulaksiz 5 case is still not decided – Girne District Court began to hear witnesses to decide whether to reinstate the case cancelled after K5 lawyers did not turn up for a hearing after being advised by the court’s registrar it had been adjourned. Editor: Akfinans Bank lawyers are basically calling K5’s legal team liars and are saying they are not serious about the case.

Land to be taken over for pipeline – see NCFP article

Crime rate falls in TRNC – anyone reported a crime to the police and have been ignored?

Kib-Tek pulls plug on BRT and local authority debtors – in an attempt to get the 220mTL the government doesn’t have.

Free saplings given out – by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources although where you get one is anyone’s guess.

Appointment scheme to end ‘free-for-all’ – at Lefkosa State Hospital, there is now a one-month waiting time for some patients

Currency plunging us into ‘nightmare’ – particularly for those with TL incomes and non-TL outgoings such as debts. Many shop keepers are wondering if they can replace the items being sold without a huge rise in prices.


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