Saturday, 10 December 2016

He was Spartacus and is a man of many parts

World News // No comments

THE actor, author, director, producer, philanthropist and more recently studier of the Torah Kirk Douglas reached the magical age of 100 on December 9. To many he is remembered as the... Read more

Migrants storm fence to get into Spanish enclave of Cueta

Spain // No comments

In a concerted assault around 400 migrants have scaled a perimeter fence to gain entry into the Spanish North African enclave of Ceuta from Morocco.Two guards were injured as the... Read more

21st Century Fox decides to reach for the Sky

World News // No comments

THE US company owned by Rupert Murdoch, 21st Century Fox has indicated to the directors of Sky PLC that it would be interested in making a bid to take over... Read more

He was Spartacus and is a man of many parts

World News // No comments

THE actor, author, director, producer, philanthropist and more recently studier of the Torah Kirk Douglas reached the magical age of 100 on December 9. To many he is remembered as the... Read more

Pledge to fast-track aid to flood-hit regions

Spain // No comments

The Spanish government is still waiting for most of the regions worst affected by the floods to give a detailed breakdown of how much the damage will cost to repair. Once... Read more

More than 1,000 people take Christmas ‘mannequin challenge’ in Torremolinos

Costa del Sol // No comments

TORREMOLINOS has been getting into the festive spirit in the most fashionable way possible, after the town hall organised a huge mannequin challenge in Plaza Costa del Sol. The cheeky council... Read more

Marbella announces almost €28.5 million of damages

Costa del Sol // No comments

AS MARBELLA council announced that the damage caused by the weekend’s devastating floods is estimated to be worth €28.49 million following their initial assessment, city mayor Jose Bernal has been... Read more

Man dies in fall from Fuengirola hotel balcony

Costa del Sol // No comments

A British man on holiday in the Costa del Sol has fallen to his death from the balcony of his hotel in Fuengirola. The man, who is in his 50s, was... Read more

So many Christmas and New Year options

Costa del Sol // No comments

IT IS often difficult to know how best to celebrate on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve but if you have decided not to spend your time being tied to... Read more

Alberts Bar & Grill, Cabopino Festive season

Costa del Sol // No comments

ALBERT’S BAR & GRILL in Cabopino have a packed festive programme of enticing events to tempt the taste buds and offer an injection of festive cheer. Sunday December 18 sees the... Read more

Unusual form of cocaine smuggling halted in the Balearics

Mallorca // No comments

AFTER sacks containing cocaine were discovered in the sea off of the Island of Formentera, further sacks were found off Menorca and Mallorca which when weighed totalled more than 150... Read more

He was Spartacus and is a man of many parts

World News // No comments

THE actor, author, director, producer, philanthropist and more recently studier of the Torah Kirk Douglas reached the magical age of 100 on December 9. To many he is remembered as the... Read more

Migrants storm fence to get into Spanish enclave of Cueta

Spain // No comments

In a concerted assault around 400 migrants have scaled a perimeter fence to gain entry into the Spanish North African enclave of Ceuta from Morocco.Two guards were injured as the... Read more

21st Century Fox decides to reach for the Sky

World News // No comments

THE US company owned by Rupert Murdoch, 21st Century Fox has indicated to the directors of Sky PLC that it would be interested in making a bid to take over... Read more

He was Spartacus and is a man of many parts

World News // No comments

THE actor, author, director, producer, philanthropist and more recently studier of the Torah Kirk Douglas reached the magical age of 100 on December 9. To many he is remembered as the... Read more

Pledge to fast-track aid to flood-hit regions

Spain // No comments

The Spanish government is still waiting for most of the regions worst affected by the floods to give a detailed breakdown of how much the damage will cost to repair. Once... Read more

More than 1,000 people take Christmas ‘mannequin challenge’ in Torremolinos

Costa del Sol // No comments

TORREMOLINOS has been getting into the festive spirit in the most fashionable way possible, after the town hall organised a huge mannequin challenge in Plaza Costa del Sol. The cheeky council... Read more

Marbella announces almost €28.5 million of damages

Costa del Sol // No comments

AS MARBELLA council announced that the damage caused by the weekend’s devastating floods is estimated to be worth €28.49 million following their initial assessment, city mayor Jose Bernal has been... Read more

Man dies in fall from Fuengirola hotel balcony

Costa del Sol // No comments

A British man on holiday in the Costa del Sol has fallen to his death from the balcony of his hotel in Fuengirola. The man, who is in his 50s, was... Read more

So many Christmas and New Year options

Costa del Sol // No comments

IT IS often difficult to know how best to celebrate on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve but if you have decided not to spend your time being tied to... Read more

Alberts Bar & Grill, Cabopino Festive season

Costa del Sol // No comments

ALBERT’S BAR & GRILL in Cabopino have a packed festive programme of enticing events to tempt the taste buds and offer an injection of festive cheer. Sunday December 18 sees the... Read more

Unusual form of cocaine smuggling halted in the Balearics

Mallorca // No comments

AFTER sacks containing cocaine were discovered in the sea off of the Island of Formentera, further sacks were found off Menorca and Mallorca which when weighed totalled more than 150... Read more

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