Daily Archives: July 13, 2007

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Dear Sir,

We read with interest a letter from Sonia and CJ Royer in the Sunday Mail’s June 17 edition entitled “We can relax again in Coral Bay”. After our recent trip to Paphos, we can tell readers the reason Coral Bay is quiet is because all the boats have moved to Corallia Beach.

My wife and I holidayed at the Corallia Beach Hotel Apartment from June 9 to 29.

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Why the euro makes me sad

Dear Sir,

It has come to my understanding that yet again another country, being our beloved Cyprus, is going to obtain the boring ritual of changing currency to the euro after recently going the European Union.

My views on this are poor and I want to explain my reasons for disapproving with this decision.

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Praise for Paphos General

Dear Sir,

I would like to pass on my thanks and appreciation to the staff at Paphos General Hospital. On June 22, I was taken to the Casualty Dept suffering from lower stomach pains. Within 10 minutes I was diagnosed with peritonitis caused by a ruptured appendix and just over two hours later I was taken to theatre for an operation.

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Turks bury Alaminos missing with full military honours

THE BODIES of 13 Turkish Cypriot men killed in 1974 were finally laid to rest at a full military funeral in the north yesterday.

All 13 men were from the village of Alaminos, near Larnaca, and their remains were among the first to be returned to relatives by the UN-sponsored, bicommunal Committee for Missing Persons (CMP).

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Low-key funerals for Greek Cypriot missing

FIFTEEN Greek Cypriots listed as missing since the Turkish invasion in 1974, whose remains have been exhumed and recently identified are being buried at various cemeteries in different areas of the island.

The first burial, that of Pieris Adamou from occupied Yialousa, was held on Sunday in Dherynia, while Savvas Kallis Hadjipanteli, also from Yialousa, will be buried tomorrow.

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Angry relatives demand justice for their loved ones

THERE were angry scenes yesterday in Eleftheria Square after distraught relatives of the Helios crash victims vented their anger at political figures that showed up at their demonstration.

Earlier this week, the relatives of the victims had announced that they would be staging a protest because they claimed that the government had failed to bring those responsible to justice.

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House stands firm on GM law

PARLIAMENT yesterday refused to acknowledge a veto by President Tassos Papadopoulos on the stacking of products with Genetically Modified (GM) content on separate supermarket shelves, the Green Party said.

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Warning over fake jewellery

PEOPLE have been warned to be on the lookout for crooks selling fake jewellery.

According to the police, a gang, made up of both men and women, has been operating across the island, selling the fakes as real gold.

Their methods involve gaining sympathy by pretending to be poor, or by saying that their children have health problems.

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