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No visa paper at the boarder crossing points

By Team LNC / May 15, 2015

Confidence building measures were agreed that would mutually benefit the two communities today as the Turkish Cypriot leader Mr Mustafa Akinci, and the Greek Cypriot leader Mr Nicos Anastasiades met at their first formal meeting.  Read the full statement below issued by UNSG Special Advisor Eide: A positive move with an announcement from Mr Akinci […]


North Cyprus Century Project Update

By Team LNC / March 3, 2015

The construction of the pipeline is on course to completed in May 2015. Billed as “the project of a century”, the cost of the dams are close to 80 million Turkish Liras (US$37 million) and the project will supply around 130 million cubic meters of water to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus every year. […]


North Cyprus Tornado

By Team LNC / February 20, 2015

The people of North Cyprus witnessed a special event this week when a tornado was spotted off the coast of kyrenia.   What do you think of the north cyprus tornado? Did you see it? Let us know in the comments section below.  


Snow Hits North Cyprus

By Team LNC / February 19, 2015

  As you glance at these pictures of Cyprus’s mountains blanketed in snow one would think that you’d be in a typical skiing resort in Austria or Italy! However this is not the case as the photos were taken in North Cyprus with the weather set to get colder over the coming days! .  North […]


Flights to North Cyprus: Tailwind Airlines

By Team LNC / February 5, 2015

  According to KP Daily News, Tailwind Airlines added a Boeing 737-800 to their fleet and made their first flight to North Cyprus. It’s believed that the airline will carry up to 60,000 tourists to Cyprus from Europe in 2015.  The airline started their flights in 2009 with a Turkish-English partnership and made their first trip to […]


AirAsia jet climbed too high, too fast – black box reveals

By Alexandra Gagan / January 21, 2015

It has been revealed that the mysterious AirAsia flight that disappeared last month had climbed too high and too fast, just before plummeting into the Java Sea. Radar data from the jets black box revealed that the Airbus A320-200 had been reaching around 6,000 feet per minute before it crashed, killing all 162 people aboard […]


Volleyball 2015: Women’s World Championship comes to Cyprus

By Alexandra Gagan / January 5, 2015

  Cyprus will play host to this years Women’s World Volleyball Championships (under 20-years) starting this summer. According to Cyprus News Agency, the President of the Cyprus Federation Damianos Hadjidamianou said: “Hosting this years world championships is a great honour for Cyprus and a great challenge as well. We need to assure that Cyprus meets all […]


First snow falls on Troodos Mountain

By Team LNC / January 5, 2015

As the snow falls over the Troodos mountains, according to the Meteorology depart cold weather is expected from Russia this week and snow could be on higher grounds in the TRNC as temperatures are set to fall.

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