Monthly Archives: July 2007

Archives July 29, 2007 posted by

Tales from the coffeeshop

“MR THEMISTOCLEOUS you are blatantly lying, you are blatantly lying and you should be ashamed.” This was how the CyBC’s loony presenter and palazzo mouthpiece, Yiannakis Nicolaou, spoke to Costas Themistocleous, the presidential candidate who was a guest on his lunch-time TV show.

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Man held after Danish tourist dies

A PUB OWNER from Protaras has been arrested and remanded in police custody in connection with the death of a Danish tourist early yesterday morning.

The tourist died when he was hit by a taxi after allegedly being floored by a punch from the publican.

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Peyia lunacy

Sir,
We are not whingeing Brits; our Cypriot neighbours have tried the Municipality, which seems to have no power, and the Citizen’s Line, which wasn’t helpful…
Following the storms in October 2006 and their tragic consequences, the Peyia Municipality worked hard to ensure future storm water would run away harmlessly by laying drainage pipes and contouring the ravines.

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Complete financial suicide

Sir,
I have lived in Cyprus for four years. I love the people the culture and climate. For 20 years, I enjoyed my annual holidays here, so after 22 years in the public house trade, I retired to the wonderful Island of Aphrodite.

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Older men, younger women: who’s buying what?

Sir, 

In response to Isabella’s Ramblings on July 22, I also have pondered the big question – why do men older, unattractive men still chase younger women with such confidence?
Although in most cases it is quite clear that their success lies with the size of their bank account, the men in question truly believe that the women choose to be with them for their personality.

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