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North Cyprus News Archive

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  • ECHR ruling a victory for common sense and Cyprus
  • British High Court turns down CTA's application
  • Great Success from Malpas Hotel
  • New Famagusta Office for Busy Bees Estate Egents
  • North Cyprus Furniture Store YATSAN offering discounts
  • Amy Villas offering North Cyprus Villa Holidays
  • Summer Time for Pharmacies
  • The New Shiny Nike store
  • European Court Approves TRNC Property Commission
  • C4C welcome the re-opening today of Ledra Street
  • UK style mortgages now available in North Cyprus
  • Entertainment Hits A New High In TRNC
  • Stamp Duty on Property Contracts
  • The launch of the Kyrenia Mountain Trail
  • Greek Cypriot Embargoe on Cetinkaya - Luton Town football match
  • It is hot. Too hot.
  • Forest fires in Troodos Mountains were brought under control
  • New British Cemetery in Lapta
  • Mortgage Law passed
  • TRNC London Office goes online
  • Kaya Artemis Hotel opening brings excitement
  • First ice-skating facilities in North Cyprus opens
  • Talat: Greek Cypriots are trying to prevent their people from applying to the commission
  • Immoveable Property Commission authorises exchange of property
  • 69,000 arrivals to Ercan Airport in April 2007
  • ECHR rejects the Greek Cypriot appeal on the Arestis case
  • Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce is launching a campaign for foreigners
  • Talat speak to German Deutsche Welle Television
  • 19 Greek Cypriots to be compensated for their properties
  • German initiative for the direct trade regulation
  • Honey and fish can now cross the Green Line
  • Summertime working hours came into effect
  • Teknecik powers up
  • CTA files a case against the British Government
  • 22 July is set for early election in Turkey
  • Giant shark was caught off the TRNC waters
  • 23rd April National Sovereignty and Children's Day celebrated
  • An exclusive concert at the Bellapais Monastery
  • Children festival in Lefkosa
  • ADSL service start in TRNC
  • CTA wrote to the British Aviation Authority calling it to review its decision on direct flights
  • Huge pro secularism rally in Turkey
  • Guzelyurt Cultural Arts Festival to be held between 27 April and 5 May
  • EU starts negotiations with Turkey on enterprise and industry policy
  • Pegasus Airlines start flies to and from Britain
  • Washington supports the implementation of the EU direct trade regulation
  • North Cyprus Summit to be held
  • Turkey defeats Greece 4-1
  • Turkish PM Erdogan says Ankara is pursuing an active policy on Cyprus issue
  • Two vice presidents of socialist group in EU Parliament sent messages to CTP
  • EU: Turkish Cypriots should have their own representatives in EU parliament
  • President Talat receives EU delegation
  • North Cyprus Fest 2007
  • FM Avci: The Priority should be opening of Lokmaci Gate
  • CTA to launch scheduled flights to Germany as from June
  • Celebrate North Cyprus culture in London!
  • EU accepts Turkish Cypriot Side's claim on Cyprus Cheese
  • 4th Cyprus European Films Festival is to begin
  • Klerides: Papadopoulos sees Turkish Cypriots as minority
  • Historic meeting between religious leaders in Cyprus
  • TRNC is receiving more appreciation from the international community
  • Angela Merkel says EU will implement decisions on North Cyprus
  • TRNC stand awarded at the EMITT Fair
  • Kyrenia Amateur Dramatic Society present ALADDIN
  • 170 thousand energy saving bulbs have been delivered to TRNC
  • A new report blames humans for climate change
  • Draft law on the setting of minimum wage
  • TRNC's official population at 265 thousand
  • Unacceptable that GC sign agreements with neighbour countries as if it represents the whole island
  • Stansted-Antalya flights launched
  • EU General Affairs Council decided to initiate direct trade with North Cyprus
  • Turkish PM Erdogan praises Turkey's progress on Cyprus issue
  • Greek Cypriot Court rejects Turkish Cypriot compensation and reinstatement case
  • Turkish Foreign Minister Gul: AKP's Cyprus policies are successful
  • TRNC Washington Rep accused GC administration of intransigence
  • New Teknecik Powerplant components delivered
  • Direct flights petition reaches 6,000 signatures
  • EU Term-President Germany wants the removal of the isolations of the Turkish Cypriot people
  • Meeting between Head of Religious Affairs of North Cyprus and Archbishop in South Cyprus cancelled
  • PM Soyer: The wall on GC side is the symbol of their domineering attitude
  • Four Turkish Cypriots appeal to ECHR for their property in South Cyprus
  • Work intensifies at the Lokmaci barricade
  • Direct Flights are the beginning of the rewards
  • Thick fog in Britain causes more flight cancellations and delays
  • UN Secretary General Annan: Cyprus issue should be settled as soon as possible
  • Turkish Cypriot people see the Cyprus Problemas the most important issue
  • Talat: We should work harder against the isolation campaign of Greek Cypriots
  • Direct flights petition reaches 4,500 signatures
  • Talat: Greek Cypriots has been mocking the international community with ridiculous claims
  • Demonstration against traffic accidents
  • Tony Blair comments about direct flights to TRNC
  • EU releases 197.55 million Euros aid for Turkish Cypriots
  • Turkish Government will continue towards EU membership while protecting the rights of TCs
  • President Talat's call to the international community and the UN
  • Sign here for direct flights to Ercan
  • UK assesses London-Ercan direct lights application
  • Arsenal may ban flags
  • Turkey's proposal regarding the ports
  • ECHR's decision on Arestis case
  • Turkish Delight at World Food Market in UK
  • Annan underlines TC's commitment towards a comprehensive solution to Cyprus Problem
  • A group of House of Lords published an announcement supporting Turkey
  • Painting exhibition at the Eastern Mediterranean University
  • British High Commissioner calls on Greek Cypriots not to postpone Turkey's EU membership
  • Kyrenia Rotary Club fundraiser for ‘Children in Need’
  • Turkish Cypriots receive their MBAs by the Queen at a Buckingham Palace
  • World AIDS day is being marked
  • Soyer: Greek Cypriot side wants to close the border gates
  • Asphalting began on Kyrenia by-pass road
  • Turkish PM Erdogan's first comments on the EU Commission's recommendation
  • The European Commission introducing new guidelines for Turkey - EU talks
  • Beglitis: Greek Cypriots should accept the decision for lifting isolations on Turkish Cypriots
  • Pope is in Ankara
  • Environmental poster exhibition was opened at the Ledra Palace
  • Finland has withdrawn its proposals
  • TRNC applied to British Civil Aviation for direct flights
  • Bellapais Abbey exhibition hall adorned with fine works
  • New Greek Cypriot law awakens tension
  • Teams from the Elf Football Tournament paid visits today
  • Temporary mandate for Kyrenia 2nd District stops excessive construction
  • Soyer: We will never give up on a solution
  • Five Turkish Cypriot pupils at the British School in South were assaulted
  • The EU Programme Support Office held a press briefing
  • Blair is in Afghanistan
  • The EU Program Support Office organises a press briefing today
  • Ten NGOs call on Mr Annan to start negotiations on the Cyprus issue
  • New property law temporarily stops all construction permit applications
  • President Talat met the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan in Geneva
  • Turkish Cypriot side delivers its written response to UN today
  • PM Soyer: Turkish Cypriots continue to work for peace in Cyprus
  • President Talat leaves for Switzerland to meet Kofi Annan
  • Exhibition of Devrim Erbil's drawings
  • Anglo-Turkish Association of Northern Cyprus opens handicrafts exhibition
  • Olli Rehn: Varosha should be settled under UN framework not the EU
  • New novel by London Cypriot
  • Talat: Cyprus issue cannot be solved on the basis of osmosis
  • Finland intensifies efforts to bring the two sides together
  • EU Parliament to have a session on the international isolation of North Cyprus
  • Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki is in Ankara
  • Ali Babacan: EU has yet to keep its promise to lift isolation on North Cyprus
  • PM Soyer to visit London
  • Talat's speech to mark the Republic Day
  • Cyprus thorny obstacle on EU path
  • Cyprus Turkish Tourism at ExCel
  • Book Signing at Five Fingers Bookshop
  • Former PM Ecevit to be buried Saturday in official state ceremony
  • London Turks' screened at City Hall
  • London Turks exhibited at City Hall
  • Orams case reviewed at the House of Lords