News Headlines From Around Kos Island 6 July
Headline: Burglary at the local high school in Zipari
No serious damage was done. The perpetrators stole pastries and various foods from the canteen. Police arrived to check for fingerprints and a napkin with blood, most likely from one of the perpetrators was found.
Headline: 28 year old Bangladeshi national tried to travel to Milan with fake documentation
Headline: It has been rumored that instead of continuing the bike path at Oceanis Hotel in Psalidi, the road at the harbour will be turned back into a two way street.
Headline: Car crash at Linopoti
Two rental cars were traveling from the villages into Kos town. One of the cars overtook the other at Linopoti, however upon overtaking, the car crashed into the side of the other rental car, which lost control and flipped over.
There was also another crash, on the same day at 3am in the morning outside Jumbo.
Headline: Another car crash at a stop sign between Nathanial and Filiminos
A truck didn’t stop at the stop sign and hit a passing car which then crashed into another parked car, eventually hitting a tree. Luckily no-one was injured.
Headline: Mayor of Kos sends a letter to the Greek Government and Prime Minister, protesting against projected lay-offs of Municipal police officers
Headline: Mayor of Kos blocks a 500,000e investment into environmental waste management on the island that would have created 7 jobs
Translated from aegeanews24.gr by Emma Stuart