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Cannibal drug in use in Spain

THE zombie apocalypse could well be upon us after all. But who would have thought that the first zombie would speak English and that...
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Porn shock on the streets of Madrid

OVER 1,560 battery powered bicycles and 123 self service docking stations were introduced on the streets of Madrid, as part of a new revolutionary...
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Hostages to misfortune

ABOUT 10 years ago the word austerity returned to common use. I thought I knew what it meant but I checked it out anyway....

When plane speaking is plane daft

AT this time of year, air travel’s uppermost in many people’s minds. Not always a pleasant experience what with queuing, flight delays, screaming kids...

Celebrities dine out at La Sala Banús

KEEPING up its reputation as the place to “see and be seen,” celebrity sightings are coming thick and fast this summer at La Sala...

Brits name HP sauce their most favourite

A survey of 5,000 shoppers awarded HP sauce the title of the food product with the biggest “emotional connection” for Brits. This is all...

The importance of belonging – enjoy the beautiful game

I AM not a huge fan of football, but with the World Cup well-under way there is no avoiding the drama, joy and disappointment...
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Concrete get away in Gibraltar

MEMBERS from the Spanish nationalist group DANAES attempted to 'siphon' away concrete blocks submerged off Gibraltar. In a joint operation between Spanish fisherman and...

Unspoken communications

WATCHING Felipe VI proclaimed king of Spain brought back memories of his wedding to Letizia Ortiz. The ceremony was officiated by Spain’s Grand Inquisitor...
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Family with new-born evicted in Madrid

A FAMILY including a new born baby has been evicted from their home despite protesters trying to halt a police intervention. The UIP Police...

A descent to hell…

THE only thing going to stop young Muslim extremists from joining groups of murdering Jihadists is for their ‘religious’ leaders to cease convincing them...
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Emma Watson’s ‘illegal staff’ fiasco

The Home Office is launching an investigation into whether Emma Watson hired a maid who had no right to work in the UK. It...

School caretaker arrested for dealing

NATIONAL POLICE in Malaga have detained the caretaker of a school for selling drugs to the students His wife and son have also been...
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Dolly Parton denies lip syncing

Dolly Parton's highly anticipated set went down very well with the Glastonbury faithful on Sunday night. The hour long performance from the 68-year-old included...
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Dog Surprised with 100 Balls for Birthday

A lucky Beagle named Maymo received the gift of a lifetime, after been given 100 plastic balls to play with on his Birthday. The...
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Alleged British Drug Trafficker Arrested

SUSPECTED British drug trafficker, Christopher Mealey, aged 38, has been detained in Marbella. Mealey was captured in a joint operation involving Britain's National Crime...

Irish attracts Spanish holidaymakers

Mesmerising images of Northern Ireland are being aired on Spanish television as part of a tourism promotional campaign targeted at Spanish holidaymakers. The advertising...
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Oscar Pistorius ‘had no mental disorder’

THE twists and turns of the Oscar Pistorius trail continue. The court was told today that a panel has come to the conclusion that...

Spain celebrates gay pride weekend

The rainbow flag will fly especially high across Spain all this month as gay celebrations engulf the country along with the rest of the...
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Felipe VI visits the Vatican

NEWLY crowned King Felipe VI of Spain and his wife, Queen Letizia, made their first official state visit to the Vatican where they had...
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Almost 2,000 apply for ‘Britain’s best job’

Travel company Expedia have received around 2,000 hopeful applications for what they claim is the best job in Britain. They are offering the successful...
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Spaniard Gomez on a roll

Three times winner of ITU Triathlon World Championships, Javier Gomez, clinched his fourth win of the season in Chicago and claimed his first ever...
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Kevin Anderson ready for Andy Murray clash

Andy Murray will continue his title defence against  20th seed Kevin Anderson on Centre Court today. The 6ft 8in South African nicknamed, “The Gentle...
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500 evacuated as high winds fan forest fire

UPDATED - THE fire that broke out on Sunday in Competa is under control and the evacuees from Las Colmenillas have started to go back...