EURO WEEKLY NEWS and its family were surprised by a comment made by one of our readers on our webpage, questioning whether our free newspaper would still be available throughout Almeria, and in Mojacar especially.
Naturally we would like to confirm to all of our readers in Mojacar, Albox, and across the Costa de Almeria, that the Euro Weekly News continues to be the finest and longest standing free newspaper to the vibrant expatriate community in Almeria, and will continue to be so for many years to come.
As a service to our readers, EWN thought it prudent to investigate where this misinformation may have come from, as we know that people have enjoyed reading our Almeria newspaper for decades, just as our family have felt a tremendous honour in producing it.
It transpires that the source of this misinformation directed at Almeria’s expatriate community is a feeble outfit with delusions of being a real newspaper.
Although EWN could not find any physical office for this company in Almeria we, and many of our readers, are familiar with their record.
It can be confirmed simply that this agency attempted to run a free newspaper themselves in the Costa Calida but their venture was unpopular and unsuccessful. A similar attempt at managing an operation in Benidorm also failed.
Further activities by the group in Marina Baxia and Marina Alta were overwhelmingly rejected by the expatriate communities there and the company backed out, following a pattern they have become accustomed to.
The outfit are now claiming to be the only free English language newspaper in Almeria, a claim that we hope our readers can either laugh at or ignore.
The Euro Weekly News would like to reiterate our unending commitment and dedication to our loyal readership and our determination to bring real news and true information to all our expatriate readers every week of the year.