Daily News of Life and times in North Cyprus goes around the world
Minister Ataoğlu was present at Nitovikla Garden Hotel, together with KTOES General Secretary Şener Elçil, Mehmetcik Mayor Cemil Sarıcizmeli, and Kristien de Bootd, who is involved in agro tourism and agriculture in Belgium, for the opening ceremony of the Eco-Bio Agro Tourism Business project “Learning Cyprus Cuisine and Culture”.
Keep Cyprus Clean (Kibris’i Temiz Tut) : Together we can do it
By Margaret Sheard …..
We were invited to attend a meeting at The Grapevine in Girne, organised by Oya Kutsal which was attended by people who are passionate about clearing this beautiful island of litter and rubbish, members of the media were also present.
By Margaret Sheard …..
We have been given information by Laurence Floyd of two spectacular events which are being planned for 2018 and for those people planning a holiday in North Cyprus or the regular “swallows”, you might want to plan your visits around these dates in order not to miss some fabulous entertainment, which will be in aid of the Civil Emergency Service Volunteers (CESV).
‘Think Clean‘ is an environmental cleanliness and protection project started by the TRNC Presidency. The target of the project is to turn the principle ‘think clean, live clean‘ to a life style with projects involving all departments of the state, municipalities, associations and citizens to create a clean, green, flowery country with blue seas and clean air.
By Engin Dervişağa…….
By popular demand I am delighted together with my colleague Qossay Eleyan to broadcast again a short English and Arabic language programme on “Discovering North Cyprus” about the Bedestan (St. Nicholas Church), which is one of the main cultural heritage sites located within the northern part of the walled city of Lefkosa (Nicosia).
By popular demand I am delighted together with my colleague Qossay Eleyan to broadcast again an interesting report on “Discovering North Cyprus” about the Mevlevi Tekke Museum which is a tekke in Lefkosa near the Kyrenia Gate in Northern Cyprus. It has historically been used by the Mevlevi Order (Whirling Dervishes) and now serves as a museum and is one of the most important historical and religious buildings on the island.