Kyrenia Restaurant Menus | August 2020

Kyrenia Restaurant Menus - August 2020With the Turkish Lira creeping towards 10TL to £1, we thought we’d publish some Kyrenia Restaurant Menus for August 2020. Unsurprisingly there were not many to be found online and where there was a menu prices were often missing. This is one of the impacts of a potential 10% TL devaluation in 7 days.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 1st August 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 1st August 2020North Cyprus News on the Cyprus Today 1st August 2020 front page has just one article and that’s about the fact that the Turkish Lira is crumbling even more. At the time of going to print it was 9.17TL to the £, now it’s 9.12 TL. If it reaches 10TL then there is only one good thing and that’s the fact that it will be easier to see that a 15TL pint of Efes would cost £1.50.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 25th July 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 25th July 2020The North Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today on the 25th July 2020 consists of a single article about ‘Brits’ wanting something that they’re never going to be offered – a vote. Apparently, the ‘Brits’ consist of the operators of the British Residents Society.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 18th July 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 18th July 2020North Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today on 18th July 2020 consists of one story – the border is still closed between the north and the south and the Turkish speaking Cypriots don’t like it. Apart from that there is little news. No mention of the worse humidity for years!

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 11th July 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 11th July 2020The North Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today on 11th July 2020 consists of two stories. One is about a child who will die in three weeks unless they receive a stem cell donation and the other story is about the fact that visitors who skipped quarantine to come shopping in North Cyprus don’t want to invest £300m in the marina project after all.

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Front Page North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 4th July 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 4th July 2020The Front Page North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 4th July 2020 consists of a single confusing article about people being banned from publishing criticism on the Internet, including a restaurant review. Good luck to North Cyprus trying to ban Trip Advisor or FaceBook. If you didn’t like something, it’s your opinion and anyone who criticises your opinion online, under these laws, could also open themselves up to legal action. How ridiculous, except for the lawyers who will get even richer.

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Kulaksiz 5 v Akfinans Bank - Back in Court

Kulaksiz 5 v Akfinans Bank - Back in CourtAccording to Cyprus Today the Kulaksiz 5 v Akfinans Bank case is back in court.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 27th June 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 27th June 2020The North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 27th June 2020 is a little weak. More road accidents after lock down because cars return to the roads and news about what happened when the VIPs were allowed to skip quarantine – party and shop.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 20th June 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 20th June 2020On this week’s North Cyprus News on the Cyprus Today 20th June 2020 front page is just one article and it’s about a corrupt lawmaker. He used his position to allow a group of wealthy people skip quarantine formalities. Doesn’t that sound like the Dominic Cummings fiasco in the UK. I hate to say it but it looks as if North Cyprus is showing how the UK should deal with corruption in high places.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 13th June 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 13th June 2020The Front Page North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 13th June 2020 says that British tourists aren’t welcome and if they still want to come even if they have a health certificate they’ll have to spend 14 days in quarantine. Oh, and a couple will pay £1020 for the privilege.

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