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New book from British author in  Spain

New book from British author in Spain

John Smith Dec 13, 2017 Costa Blanca South

WHEN author Tony Levy received his devastating cancer diagnosis, far from crumbling, he decided to write his second book, El Dorado? No! Heathrow. With his background as a prison guard, followed...

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Marilyn Leon posted a comment in Back in Blighty nothing much has changed
Interesting to read about the traffic congestion in Malta. When my old man was in Malta in the 60's ...
If they want to eat crap let them eat crap.
Euro Weekly News posted a comment in December strike call by Ryanair ground staff in Spain
Pilots on December 20 and Spanish ground crew on December 30 are the proposed dates for union stoppa...
20th or 30th December??? Ryanair have said 20th
Peter and Keith posted a comment in December strike call by Ryanair ground staff in Spain
If only there was an alternative at this time of year ?

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Driver dies after collision between car and a lorry

Driver dies after collision between car and a lorry

Karl Smallman Dec 14, 2017 Spain

A CAR driver has died after a collision between his vehicle and a lorry on the A-405 in Jimena de la Frontera in Cadiz province today. The trapped driver was released by firefighters but he was certified dead at the scene. The accident on the Gaucin to Algeciras at kilometre 28 was...

New branch of Spanish Property Choice estate agency opens in Albox

New branch of Spanish Property Choice estate agency opens in Albox

Lindsay Hutchison Dec 14, 2017 Costa de Almería

FAMILY-RUN estate agency Spanish Property Choice, based in Mojacar, has opened up a brand new branch in Albox. The successful company, run by the Garner family and established in 2007 has steadily expanded to accommodate property sales from not only Almeria and Murcia but all over the Costa Blanca in Alicante...

Sparkling success

Sparkling success

Lorenzo Barbareschi Dec 14, 2017 Bacchus Cellar

CONTINUING in the festive mood, Prosecco is an Italian white wine named after a village near Trieste and produced in the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions.  First mention of the name is attributed to the British explorer Fynes Moryson, when he visited Italy in 1593. The most popular Prosecco is spumante...

Will Brexit Britain ‘Cinders’ get to the ball or be stopped by her EU ‘stepsisters’

Will Brexit Britain ‘Cinders’ get to the ball or be stopped by her EU ‘stepsisters’

Nora Johnson Dec 14, 2017 Nora Johnson

INSPIRED by the #MeToo campaign against sexual harassment, a PR consultant wants the Sleeping Beauty story taken off the curriculum at her son’s school because the non-consensual kiss by the prince who wakes her up has an ‘inappropriate sexual message.’ For goodness sake! What’s the world coming to? For centuries, children...

Airline files for bankruptcy leaving thousands stranded

Airline files for bankruptcy leaving thousands stranded

John Smith Dec 14, 2017 World News

AFTER Lufthansa pulled out of a rescue attempt yesterday (Wednesday) due to EU Commission opposition, Nike Airlines filed for bankruptcy today. All flights were suspended leaving an estimated 5,000 passengers stranded without flights although the airline website told passengers who had booked with tour operators to contact them for assistance whilst...

Dead body and hidden weapons cache found in southern Spain

Dead body and hidden weapons cache found in southern Spain

Matt Ford Dec 14, 2017 Spain

INVESTIGATORS in Jaen, Andalucia, were forced to call in the bomb squad after unearthing an arsenal of weapons at a dead man’s home. Two armed bombs - one of which weighed 50 kilos and was designed to be dropped from aircraft - more than 70 guns and a crossbow were among...

Watch out for that damn scam spam

Watch out for that damn scam spam

Terence Kennedy Dec 14, 2017 Tech for the Timid

LAST month I won half a million in an online lottery I hadn’t entered. Before that I could make a tidy commission simply by giving my bank details to a nice Nigerian minister to help him move his money. Well may you laugh, but it’s astonishing how many people plunge wallet-first...

Back in Blighty nothing much has changed

Back in Blighty nothing much has changed

Leapy Lee Dec 14, 2017 Leapy Lee

TWO things have been glaringly consistent on my latest trip to the old country, the almost unbelievable volume of traffic and the cold!  Talk about the appendages of brass primates; the streets are littered with them! As for the traffic - well, not being the most patient of drivers, after two...

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