1. bickern

    Selling of cats, dogs at pet shops to be banned across Turkey

    The selling of cats and dogs from pet shops will be banned across Turkey, according to a new regulation from the Forestry and Waters Affairs Ministry. The ministry has prepared a draft law on animals, animal rights and pet shops following a series of meetings with representatives of animal...
  2. juco

    More stealth tax proposed.

    It is never ending: Millions of people in England and Wales face a large rise in fees payable after death, to raise an extra £250m for the courts service. The Ministry of Justice wants an increase in probate fees to as much as £20,000 for those with the biggest estates. At the moment such...
  3. A

    Proposed Tunnel

    I have just come back from Yalikavak, i have heard several people mention that there is a proposal to dig a new road tunnel from Ortakent to Yalikavak and indeed it has been signed off on by the authorities. Has anyone else heard of this or can shed any more light on it.
  4. C

    Proposed Restrictions on smoking and Alcohol

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  5. C

    Akbuk - Proposed new sewerage system

    A meeting will be held in Liman Bar Akbuk this Friday 26th April at 6pm regarding the above proposal. All Akbuk residents welcome. Regards Carol Akbuk Community Working Together
  6. J

    Nationwide protests against proposed changes to Animal Protection Law No 5199

    Re: demonstrations Sunday, 30 September at 2.00 pm in Bodrum, Izmir, Istanbul, Antalya, Bursa and Eskişehir, Sept. 29 and October 7 in Ankara. Hello, The attached photo announces some of the demonstrations that will be held across the country to protest the proposed changes to the animal...
  7. suzyq

    Daughter of murdered mother reveals Turkish waiter had NOT proposed to her

    In a heart-rending interview, the family of Marian Graham, the mother of five murdered in Turkey, have spoken for the first time of their ‘absolute devastation’. Marian, 52, was found stabbed to death last week alongside her lifelong friend Cathy Dinsmore in a remote wooded area close to the...
  8. W

    Proposed new shopping centre?

    Has anyone heard of a new shopping centre to be built on the road from Bodrum \ Milas Airport towards the Tuzla area? We have just returned from Turkey and two differant people had heard rumours, can anyone confirm? Cheers all.
  9. KKOB

    Proposed TLF Autumn Meet In Fethiye

    It's been proposed that the next TLF meet-up will be in the Fethiye area during late September or early October. Although nothing's been booked yet and we're open to suggestions, I'm thinking of making enquiries at the Kale Park Restaurant at the foot of the castle ruins, overlooking Fethiye...
  10. GnD

    Anyone any info or updates on the proposed supermarket and High Street

    :77wu: I don't expect sympathy but wouldn't turn down any forthcoming; I'm really missing Turkey so to help my pining heart :35: has anyone any info on the above? If you have photos and decide to post them then...... :yipee: . Thank you so much :blowkiss: Debbie :25:
  11. F

    Proposed cement Factory in Uzumlu valley

    Hi we were directed to this site by another member and suggested we let you know about this proposed factory that will devestate this beautiful Valley. I am resposible for getting the word out wide and far to drum up resistance to this scheme. We have an online petition and a big article in the...
  12. N

    Proposed Tuzla Development

    Anyone hear of this proposed project for Tuzla? Sounds a bit far fetched Announced in Turkish Press on 24 May 2006. A joint venture between Agaoglu Company & Bodrum-Milas Net Holding. The Golf City project will be set over 9.5 million square metres of land and will comprise of Apartments and...
  13. Pygmallion

    Title Deeds in a day proposed

    Voices NEWSPAPER/ Friday, December 15, 2006 HUNDREDS of British and foreign residents looking to buy property in the Didim region could be set to see a critical element of the selling process radically fast-tracked, Voices has learned. The Government is planning to radically tighten up on...
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