Real Estate

“Ministry should run Turkey’s urban transformation”Haluk Sur, Chairman of Cushman&Wakefield Turkey, said that Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning has recently stepped back about urban transformation and brings municipalities into the forefront. “I think it is necessary to review this situation,” Haluk Sur said. 

In the statement, Haluk Sur stated that the urban transformation is one of the biggest projects of Turkey.

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Nearly one million tourists flock to EphesusThe former Greek and Roman ancient city of Ephesus, near present day Selcuk town of Izmir in western Turkey is a major tourist attraction included in UNESCO's temporary list of World Heritage sites.

The ancient city of Ephesus in western Turkey was visited by around three quarters of a million tourists in the first six months of 2014, bringing in a revenue of over 4 million Turkish liras... Add a comment


‘Transfer Best’ offers affordable luxury chauffeur transportation services for everyoneEngin Beyazgül, General Manager of luxury chauffeur transportation services company Transfer Best that has developed very rapidly, even though it is a newly established company, said that they are going to increase the number of vehicles in their fleets by 300 percent.

Transfer Best, established in Istanbul, that offers VIP transfer, chauffeur-driven car rental, day city tour, airport... Add a comment


Stevia may be a new income source for Turkey’s north Turkey’s ÇAYKUR (General Directorate of Tea Enterprises) harvested stevia for the first time as part of zero-calorie sugar production project. 

İmdat Sütlüoğlu, General Manaher of ÇAYKUR, gave information about stevia that has been produced for trial basis at the garden of Tea and Horticultural Research Institute. 

After harvesting the stevia, Sütlüoğlu said that Stevia is... Add a comment


Turkish Airlines launches flights to BordeauxTurkish Airlines commences direct flights from Istanbul to Bordeaux.

Turkish Airlines, Turkey's national flag carrier, launched its sixth destination in France by inaugurating flights to Bordeaux on Friday. 

To honour the first flight to Bordeaux, a ceremony was held at Bordeaux International Airport.  

Turkish Airlines (THY) will provide flights to Bordeaux four days a week on Mondays... Add a comment

Health Care

WHO: tax increases in tobacco can save 11 million lives 

World Health Organization estimates a serious increase in taxes can save 11 milllion lives in three years.

The World Health Organization urged governments to increase taxes on tobacco products, claiming that a 50 percent increase would save 11 million lives within 3 years.

Prior to "World No Tobacco Day" on the 31 May, the health organization stressed that, in addition to lost lives... Add a comment

Telecom & IT

Apple buys Beats Music & Electronics for $3 BillionApple is striking a new chord with a $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, a headphone and music streaming specialist that also brings the swagger of rapper Dr. Dre and recording impresario Jimmy Iovine.

Wednesday’s announcement comes nearly three weeks after deal negotiations were leaked to the media. It’s by far the most expensive acquisition in Apple’s 38-year history, a... Add a comment


Van breakfast prepares for Guinness recordVan’s officials and locals are working to break a breakfast record and enter the Guinness book with their unique Van breakfast. The goal is to bring 30,000 people together for the world’s biggest breakfast.

The Van Trade and Industrial Chamber (TSO) is working to break the “world’s most crowded breakfast table” record with a spread of the eastern province’s famous and rich... Add a comment


4000 Turkish students apply for nuclear engineering course4000 Turkish students applied for nuclear engineering courses in Russia.

More than 4000 Turkish students applied for 100 places on nuclear engineering courses in Russia, a manager at Turkey's Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant said.

After graduation the students will have a chance to work at Turkey's first power plant at Akkuyu, which a Russian company is helping to build. Turkey has already sent... Add a comment


Investors flock to Turkey’s energy watchdog for solar projects A large number of local and foreign investors have submitted applications to Turkey’s Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) to set up solar power plants in various parts of the country.

The initial phase to harness the country’s solar potential calls for the installation of 600 megawatt (MW) capacity phovoltaic power plants, which will first see 425 MWs built up in the 27 regions... Add a comment
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