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Secrets of their success

THE Euro Weekly News was delighted to welcome to their office an old friend who shares their business ethos and dreams. Maria Jose Cañete...
ITV Rex Features

Benidorm actor Kenny Ireland dead

Benidorm star Kenny Ireland has died from cancer aged 68. The Scottish actor, who also featured in Victoria Wood's BBC show  As Seen on...

Spain Struggles as EU Youth Unemployment Falls

Eurozone youth unemployment has released figures showing a drop over the past month as more young Europeans across a vast amount of the 28...

Netflix scheduled to launch in Spain 2015

Netflix online TV and movie streaming is scheduled to launch across Spain in the last quarter of 2015.   A source close to Netflix...

Vallecano seal Kakuta on loan

Gael Kakuta of Chelsea FC has been signed on loan by CF Rayo Vallecano today for the 2014-15 season. The Spanish club have confirmed...

Waiter says he is son of former king

A Catalan waiter claims he is the illegitimate son of abdicated King Juan Carlos of Spain.   King Carlos faces a paternity suit logged...

Hay fever worries may disappear

A miracle new sensor has been invented by a group named ‘383’ to aid the many hay fever sufferers around the world –the device...

Fiduciary say thanks at Polo

THE thunder of hooves and thwack of mallet on ball was heard as Fiduciary Wealth Management thanked some of their stakeholders at a polo...
Cordon Press

Fast track into Gibraltar rejected

The Gibraltar government has rejected and criticised Spain’s proposal to introduce a ‘fast track’ at the border for Spanish workers wanting to enter Gibraltar...
Royalty Free/Corbis

Spanish Climber Dies on K2

A Spanish climber has sadly died whilst climbing the Himalayan Mountain K2, commonly known as the ‘Savage Mountain’ due to its extreme difficulty.  ...
Cordon Press

MOTOGP Spanish World Champion preps

The reigning Spanish born MOTOGP world champion is preparing for next weeks Red Bull Indianapolis GP as it returns for its seventh year.  ...
Cordon Press

Negotiating with terrorists

The phrase ‘We do not negotiate with terrorists’ is one that is echoed by many governments around the world regularly. A phrase that has...

Can we sue timeshare company?

Q.  We live in a gated Community on the Costa del Sol, with 160 apartments, 10 of which are operated by a timeshare company.  In...

How an ugly carrot could save you a fortune

NOWADAYS many of us find ourselves in tricky financial situations due to a number of factors. Some of these factors may be outside our...

Tell me your phobia and I’ll tell you what you’re afraid of

MOST people have a fear of one kind or another. While some suffer from Arachnophobia (fear of spiders), Agoraphobia (fear of open spaces) and...

Chris Brown to play Aqwa Mist Marbella

Sunday 3rd August 2014 Top Recording Artist & Dancer to Play 1 of 3 European Sets in Marbella this Summer Aqwa Mist, the ultimate...

Oiling the wheels

THE Spanish multinational Repsol refused to abandon plans to prospect for oil off the Canary Islands. Despite the efforts of Paulino Rivero, regional president...

The only way is the Third Way

A METROSCOPIA opinion poll revealed that 38 per cent of Catalans prefer what is becoming known as the Third Way: more power for Cataluña...

Gauche start

NO sooner did Pedro Sanchez get the backing of rank-and-file PSOE party members to become secretary general than he started to flex his muscles....

Back to the back-burner

ALBERTO RUIZ-GALLARDON’S Abortion reforms are becalmed in the summer doldrums. The Justice minister said recently that the Bill would go through before the end...

The scourge of modern slavery

IT is said that people don't want to hear the truth because they don't want their illusions destroyed. This is understandable but it gives...

Costa Blanca town employs dog lifeguard

Small town San Pedro del Pinatar have a new employee protecting beach-goers and he is not human. Bruno the Newfoundland is now accompanying his...
Cordon Press

500+ trains cancelled by RENFE

Today and tomorrow RENFE and ADIF have been forced to cancel more than 500 trains due to strikes by the CCOO, SF and CGT....
Cordon Press

Ryanair consider expansion

Reports of Ryanair’s CEO Michael O’Leary as hinting of expanding Ryanair flights into the Middle East, Russia and beyond its bases within Spain and...