Lefkoniko use `for military purposes’

TURKISH Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash said yesterday his breakaway administration would extend the use of an airport in the north of the divided island of

109 saved from drifting boat

By Martin Hellicar MORE than one hundred suspected illegal immigrants were recuperating in a Limassol hotel yesterday after being rescued overnight from a “death” boat

MPs yellow card CyBC Cup coverage

By Charlie Charalambous HOUSE deputies, not usually renowned for their swift decision-making, have threatened to kick CyBC’s £17 million budget into touch if the state

Turkish quake proof of nuclear danger

By Martin Hellicar THE DEVASTATING earthquake which hit South Eastern Turkey on Saturday was ample proof of why Turkey should not be allowed to build

Cordovez expected later this week

By Andrew Adamides UNITED Nations Special Representative on Cyprus Diego Cordovez is expected to arrive on the island on Thursday or Friday, government spokesman Christos

British defend arrest of anti-bases activists

By Charlie Charalambous THE BRITISH bases yesterday dismissed allegations that they singled out three anti-bases demonstrators for strong arm tactics when they were arrested on