Daily Archives: July 3, 2007

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Police investigate Limassol drug overdose

A 21-YEAR-OLD Polish man died yesterday after he was found unconscious during the early hours of Sunday in what authorities believe was a drug-induced coma.

Marios Kozorofsky was found at Lady’s Mile beach in the Limassol district during a joint operation between British Bases and government police following a tip off that drugs were being used at a dance party in the area.

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ETYK under fire for planned transaction embargo

BANK employees union ETYK may have to answer charges that it caused unfair competition in the market following its order to commercial banks not to process transactions with the National Bank of Greece.

Last week the union urged employees not to cash any cheques issued by NBG and freeze all wire transfers relating to that bank.

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Grocers demanding action over rotten fruit and veg

GROCERY store owners have blamed the government for their fruit and vegetables which went rotten on Sunday because they were closed.

The store keepers are demanding thousands of pounds in compensation from the Ministry of Labour because their working hours, which were imposed by the government, means that they have to remain shut on Sundays.

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Greek Press

ALITHIA: “Mysterious disappearance”. The disappearance of the US Military Attach? Thomas Mooney has made news around the world. The officer’s disappearance has put the government authorities on top alert with the possibility of terrorism not having been ruled out reported the paper. In other news, the paper looks into the rave party at Lady’s Mile and the drug overdose one of the partygoers.

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Fire services are not to be skimped on

WE HOPE last week’s devastating forest fires would have at long last driven home the message that we need a self-reliant and properly-equipped fire-fighting service – one that does not have to rely on other countries or the British bases for fire-fighting aircraft every time there is a big blaze.

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Perspectives on Terrorism

AS TERRORISTS go, this was ‘The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight’. One of the would-be London bombers on 29 June drove erratically down Haymarket – presumably affected by the fumes from the gas cylinders and petrol containers that were the heart of his makeshift car-bomb – before crashing into a garbage bin, getting out and running away.

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A farewell to fags: or puffing packages to Paphos?

WELL, IT’S true all those old buffers at London’s St. James’ Club can no longer be old puffers. The after-dinner hand-rolled Havana is a thing of the past. Since yesterday, smoking in all public places in the UK is banned unless, they are “like homes” which, rather sweetly, includes Her Majesty’s prisons, army barracks and care homes. Nice to know one can, even still, smoke oneself to death.

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