In this weeks round up of the local news from Fethiye, Oludeniz, Hisaronu, Kayakoy and area includes solar power on the cards, Fethiyespor resignations continue, HAYDOS animal centre treats injured fox and more.

Solar Power on the Cards

Fethiye

Fethiye does not have mains gas but bottled gas is still a popular fuel for cooking. As a result there is a thriving gas delivery service with trucks and scooters zipping all around the towns and villages.

One delivery company decided to go hi tech last month and introduced card machines to take payments.

However, the card machines need a fair bit of electrical power to keep them going and the company soon found they couldn’t keep them going all day without disruptive down time to recharge back at the office.

But a smart thinking delivery guy came up with a solution of fitting a solar panel to the back of his delivery scooter to keep the unit topped up with elecyticity.

The panel is mounted on a pole on the back of his scooter and the card machine plugs into a connected bracket behind the driver.

Now he can deliver, swipe and stay on the go all day long.

HAYDOS Animal Sanctuary Helping Inured Wild Animals Too

Dalaman

The HAYDOS Animal sanctuary was featured a few weeks ago on Fethiye Times when members of the local Oludeniz Hash Harriers helped the facility by joining together to build and refurbish dog kennels.

Last week the centre featured in the local press not because of its work with dogs but with a seriously injured fox.

The animal had been found by forestry workers working nearby and they brought to the centre.

The press concluded that the injuries had been caused a by hunter.

The animal is now undergoing a course of treatment and it is hoped will recover to be reintroduced back into the wild.

Restoration Project Update

Marina Road, Fethiye

Fethiye Kaymakam Ekren Celik visited the ongoing restoration works at the Fethiye antique theatre last week.

As well as congratulating the workers on their efforts so far he also said that once finished the project will add yet another reason for tourists to visit Fethiye.

The Kaymakam also announced that the theatre will be completed and opened at the end of summer 2014.

Football

Fethiyespor continued their losing streak with an away defeat on Saturday 2 November (Manisaspor 5 – FethiyeSpor 1) but drew 2-2 on Wednesday at home against KaramanMarasSpor.

FethiyeSpor are now bottom of the PTT1 League with just 5 points. The score sheet for the 12 games played to date is 1 win, 2 draw and 9 lost.

Following the defeat the technical director Mustafa Ceviz resigned. The previous week Manager Ismail Öztürk quit his role following pressure from fans and directors for the team’s poor performance so far this season.

Exchange

The Turkish Lira ended the week at 3.26 TL to the British Pound. Last week it was 3.19 TL.

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Resignations Continue

The resignation spree in support of Fethiye Mayor Behcet Saatchi spread out of Fethiye and to another part of the county last week.

It was reported that the county party vice president has now joined the protest and resigned from the MHP political party.

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