Monthly Archives: May 2009

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Plenty of EU fruitcakes to choose between

BY THIS time next week we will all have voted in the European elections for the party that ‘will make Cyprus stronger’ in the EU, or the party that will give us ‘a vote with dignity’ or the party that will ‘send a clear message to Europe’, or the party that will make the EU more human.

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Dying of Embarrassment.

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Where’s Europe in our Euro elections?

Local issues may have dominated the Euro election campaign, but a few new faces have ensured real colour amid all the usual platitudes

THE other day, around the corner from our establishment’s premises, I overheard (eavesdropped on) an easygoing conversation between two middle-aged fellows.

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The fair that’s no longer fun

A VISIT to the annual State Fair in Nicosia no longer features highly on the social calendar.

Gone are the days when a trip to the huge Makedonitissa complex with friends and family was an affair to be looked forward to.

Today the shabby, virtually empty lot serves as a depressing reminder of its former glory.

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Fewer exhibits, but all is well

THE 34th Cyprus International Fair ends at midnight today.

The fair opened its gates on May 22 and included a range of exhibits from home and design, machinery and technology, public and private services, home equipment and electrical appliances.

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Home owners set to confront the president

‘State-sponsored crime is being covered up’

DISGRUNTLED property buyers will stage a demonstration in front of President Christofias when he pays a visit to Peyia this week.

The president, who is scheduled to open a new Municipal Park on Thursday night, will be met by up to 200 hundred campaigners – most fighting for the issuing of their title deeds.

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