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Two men arrested for attacking bouncer stabbers in Torremolinos

Two men arrested for attacking bouncer stabbers in Torremolinos

Jay Emeny Jun 28, 2017 Costa del Sol

TWO Spaniards have been arrested for attacking the men who stabbed nightclub bouncers in Torremolinos. The 31 and 37-year-olds were allegedly part of the group of people who attacked the detained...

Benidorm inspires North Korea to build a holiday resort

Benidorm inspires North Korea to build a holiday resort

Euro Weekly News Jun 26, 2017 Costa Blanca North

A RECENT visit to a Benidorm campsite by North Korean officials has inspired controversial leader Kim Jong-Un to build a purpose built holiday resort. The delegation visited the area last month...

Heat spike sparks fire warnings in Costa Blanca

Heat spike sparks fire warnings in Costa Blanca

Jay Emeny Jun 28, 2017 Costa Blanca South

HIGH temperatures have led to red alerts for fire across Costa Blanca. Valencia’s government has announced maximum level alerts for forest fires until Thursday (June 29) as temperatures are set to...

New app allows people to track jellyfish in Almeria

New app allows people to track jellyfish in Almeria

Matthew Elliott Jun 27, 2017 Costa de Almería

BATHERS who want to avoid getting tangled up with jellyfish can now download a special app on their smartphone. Available for beaches in Nijar and Roquetas, the app tells users...

Council officials implicated in Nerja toxic dump probe

Council officials implicated in Nerja toxic dump probe

Matt Ford Jun 08, 2017 Axarquía - Costa Tropical

LOCAL businessmen and public officials from Nerja are among a group of 40 people being investigated in a Guardia Civil environmental probe, 12 of which have been arrested. Among those implicated...

Man arrested in Mallorca over social media hate storm

Man arrested in Mallorca over social media hate storm

Liam Griffin Jun 28, 2017 Mallorca

NATIONAL POLICE have arrested a man in Palma, Mallorca, for publishing more than 4,000 hate messages on social media targeting LGBTQ, religious and ethnic minorities. Among the more offensive messages was...

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“Poor English” caused the death of teen bungee jumper, Cantabria court rules

“Poor English” caused the death of teen bungee jumper, Cantabria court rules

Jay Emeny Jun 27, 2017 Spain

A COURT in Cantabria has ruled that the death of a teenage bungee jumper was caused by her instructors “poor English.” The 17-year-old plunged to her death last year when she leapt from a viaduct before her rope was attached.  Reports say the judge determined that the girl was told “no jump”...

New app allows people to track jellyfish in Almeria

New app allows people to track jellyfish in Almeria

Matthew Elliott Jun 27, 2017 Costa de Almería

BATHERS who want to avoid getting tangled up with jellyfish can now download a special app on their smartphone. Available for beaches in Nijar and Roquetas, the app tells users whether there's an invasion of translucent medusas at their chosen playa that day. Last weekend the majority of Almeria's beaches were...

Brussels slaps Google with record fine

Brussels slaps Google with record fine

Liam Griffin Jun 27, 2017 Finance

GOOGLE has been dealt a record-breaking €2.42 billion fine by the European Union for monopolising the market after building its online shopping service. The EU committee has warned that if the American company continue their infractions, a 5 per cent daily turnover fine will be imposed on the parent company Alphabet. Leading...

Malaga to hit 38 degree temperatures before heat wave ends this weekend

Malaga to hit 38 degree temperatures before heat wave ends this weekend

Jay Emeny Jun 27, 2017 Costa del Sol

MALAGA’S heat wave is set to come to an end this weekend, but not before temperatures soar to up to 38 degrees. AEMET predicts that Tuesday (June 27) is set to be the hottest day with mainland areas such as Coin and Alora seeing the worst of the heat whilst coastal...

WATCH: Doñana fire now under control as police probe launched

WATCH: Doñana fire now under control as police probe launched

Jay Emeny Jun 27, 2017 Spain

THE fire which has devastated coastal forest around Moguer, Mazagon and Matalscañas in Huelva, including a portion of Doñana National Park, is under control as a police probe into the cause gets underway. An army of more than 200 fire fighters were able to tame the blaze after the wind and...

Riot police clash with British tourists in Algarve

Riot police clash with British tourists in Algarve

Liam Griffin Jun 27, 2017 World News

AN ESTIMATED 50 riot police descended on British tourists in the Algarve after a riot broke out following a bar fight during the Portugal Invasion festival. Liberto Mealha, owner of the venue Liberto Club, called police at 3am after his security was unable to contain the violence at the white-themed party. Reportedly...

Drunk youth forces ambulance off road in Malaga

Drunk youth forces ambulance off road in Malaga

Liam Griffin Jun 27, 2017 Costa del Sol

LOCAL POLICE have arrested a drunk driver in Malaga province after he forced several vehicles and an ambulance off the road on the A-7077 in the Guadalhorce valley. The man was caught in the northern town of Alora where local police were carrying out traffic checks. They had noticed the Volkswagen...

Government says EU citizens must apply for 'settled status' post-Brexit

Government says EU citizens must apply for 'settled status' post-Brexit

Ben Harris Jun 26, 2017 UK

FOLLOWING up on the UK government´s suggestions last week that there are plans to register all EU citizens living in the UK the Home Office have released comprehensive details describing how this system is likely to work. All of the three million EU nationals currently residing in the UK will need...

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