North Cyprus News Headlines

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TRNC must stay in sync with mainland time for technical reasons: Denktaş

Deputy Prime Minister Serdar Denktaş has said that last week’s tragic accident in which two school girls and their bus driver were killed was being ...

Strikes and demos continue demanding return to DST

General strikes and protests continue today, following a road traffic accident which resulted in the deaths of two school girls, the driver of the school ...

Cyprus settlement will include equality for Turkish Cypriots: Nami

Turkish Cypriot negotiator Ozdil Nami has assured that no solution will be offered for a referendum which does not include the equality and security of the ...

Cyprus negotiations resume today

The Cyprus talks are scheduled to restart today with Cypriot negotiators Ozdil Nami and Andreas Mavroyiannis meeting in the UN buffer zone. The UN-led negotiations in ...

Denktaş will vote ‘No’ in referendum

Now that the date for the five-party conference has been announced, extra concessions will be demanded from the Turkish Cypriots as the Greek Cypriots will ...

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Get rid of the coalition government urges Ozersay

Kudret Ozersay People’s Party (HP) Chairman has called on MPs to oust the coalition government. The coalition has signed off on illegal acts and have ...

Grieving mothers blame government for daughters’ deaths

“The government needs to change the laws and fix the roads,” said the grieving mother of 17 year old Ilayda Yeliz Ozturk, who was one ...

One-day general strike held in protest against the government

Air traffic controllers joined the general strike on Tuesday. The unions are demanding the restitution of daylight saving time (DST) in the TRNC. Airport workers ...

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Put the clocks back: Akinci

President Mustafa Akinci has said that there were no pre-conditions laid down for a five-party conference and that the agreement is as announced by the ...

Unions continue to demand that clocks go back

Turkish Cypriot unions and high school students are protesting against the government’s continuing decision not to observe daylight saving time (DST). The outcry came after ...

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Step out for Tulips raises 60 thousand TL

When we (Carole King and Sue Tilt) originally talked about doing this challenge for Tulips/Help Those with Cancer Association, neither of us had the slightest ...

School and business opening hours altered

The Ministry of Labour and Social Security has announced that working hours in the private sector have been altered and that business opening time will ...