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UK Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch’s Istanbul visit aims to build on record trade year with Turkiye

Kemi Badenoch returned from a visit to Turkiye optimistic the UK could further strengthen bilateral trade ties with Turkiye following a raft of positive meetings and announcements. The British Business and Trade Secretary met with her Turkish counterpart, Minister for Trade Ömer Bolat, and also visited Turkish Airlines, whose new Airbus contract is worth billions […]

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Rock band Seksendört back in London for April gig at Camden’s Electric Ballroom

Originating from Turkiye, Seksendört have been captivating audiences for the past two decades with their unique blend of rock and pop songs. Formed in 1999, the band has consistently delivered hit after hit, whether heartfelt ballads or pop bangers about love and life. Some of their most notable tracks include ‘Kendime Yalan Söyledim’, ‘Dokunma’, ‘Ölürüm […]

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Israeli footballer for Antalyaspor arrested in Turkiye after dedicating goal to 7 Oct. hostages

Turkish authorities are investigating an Israeli professional footballer who plays for Antalyaspor after he showed solidarity with Israel during a Turkish Super Lig match on Sunday. Antalyaspor winger Sagiv Jehezkel celebrated scoring against Trabzonspor by showing cameras his bandaged wrist, which had “100 days” a small Star of David, and “7.10” written on it. Jehezkel […]

Guest Views
MoJ decision means Tottenham Park Cemetery can finally be turned into a garden of remembrance

The Government has announced its intention to ban new burials at Tottenham Park Cemetery, except for previously reserved graves. Tottenham Park Cemetery is full. Two Ministry of Justice reports have now confirmed this. From having an original capacity of 6,500 in 1912, when the cemetery was first opened, to now having almost 50,000 people buried […]

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UK Government set to close ‘failing’ Tottenham Park Cemetery

The UK’s largest burial ground for British Turks, Tottenham Park Cemetery, is set to close after owners were found to have “repeatedly failed to make necessary improvements to ensure the safety of burials.” The decision to close the privately-owned North London cemetery was announced today by the Ministry of Justice after the site failed two […]

Art
Nurtane Karagil’s awareness project ‘Coastlines Waning: All for a few extra Sunbeds’ goes live on Cyprus billboards

The destruction of the natural environment, particularly Cyprus’s beautiful coastlines, has been highlighted in a powerful new awareness campaign created by artist Nurtane Karagil. Called ‘Coastline(s) Waning: All for a few extra Sunbeds’, Karagil’s collage of four scenes shows beaches dug up as if they are part of a construction site as people continue to […]

HP Features
From the new Ercan Airport to Barbie’s pink mules, and overseas voting in Turkiye’s Presidential Elections, here are T-VINE’s big stories of 2023

T-VINE Magazine readers really do love a good news story. Two thirds of our most well-read and commented stories of 2023 were about positive developments, charity or success stories. There are four separate news items about the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus that feature in our Top 15, including our biggest story of 2023 by […]