Daily Archives: February 21, 2004

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Let market forces decide

Sir, I am writing to add my voice to the on-going correspondence about multi-lingual labelling As the director of Ost cosmetics, a new European-owned company based in Cyprus that is about to launch its range of creams and specialist skin care products on to the Cypriot market, I feel that multi-lingual labels must be a priority for any respectable company wanting to compete in the now open, and

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Talking about a flag and anthem

GREEK and Turkish Cypriot leaders met for a second time in the latest phase of talks yesterday, but their meeting lasted less than an hour, covered peripheral issues, and “no real action” took place, Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash said. Denktash described the atmosphere of the meeting as good, “but there is no action in essence”.

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Greek Press

HARAVGHI: “Widespread condemnation of bomb attack on Talat” There was strong condemnation of the bomb attack on the residence of Turkish Cypriot ‘Prime Minister’ Mehmet Ali Talat from all quarters yesterday. Officials from across the spectrum condemned the attack, from the EU Commissioner to the President of the Republic, House President and smallest Greek Cypriot parties.

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It’s all about money

Fact of the day: ‘It’s all about the money; it’s all about the dum dum diddy dum dum’ – apologies to those who fail to recognise these edifying words immortalised in a late nineties pop song, but the fact of the matter is that no line rings truer.

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Information centre opens for Turkish Cypriots

BY OPENING an information centre for Turkish Cypriots in Nicosia, Constantinos Candounas says he is doing something the government should have done long ago. Candounas’ Information Centre, close to the capital’s popular Ledra Street, opened just two weeks ago to help orientate Turkish Cypriots to life in the south.

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We’re afraid our houses will collapse

HOUSES built on a hill in Chlorakas could collapse due to poor construction of a retaining wall, experts warned yesterday. More than 22 houses have sustained minor or serious damage due to poor construction, and most residents have had to abandon their homes.

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