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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...

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...

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...

Sordid orgy scandal erupts in Mallorca

Sordid orgy scandal erupts in Mallorca

Matthew Elliott Jun 15, 2017 Mallorca

WITNESSES in one of Mallorca’s biggest ever criminal cases have given sworn testimony that two of the island’s top politicians enjoyed drugfuelled orgies with a notorious gangster. Member of the Balearic...

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“Grubby deal” agreed between Conservatives and DUP

“Grubby deal” agreed between Conservatives and DUP

Ben Harris Jun 26, 2017 UK

A PACT has been reached between Theresa May´s Conservative party and the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland which will see the DUP support May´s party in key votes in the House of Commons. The agreement states that the DUP will back the Tories with Brexit and security legislation, the UK...

San Juan celebrations leave 28 tons of litter on Malaga's beaches

San Juan celebrations leave 28 tons of litter on Malaga's beaches

Liam Griffin Jun 26, 2017 Costa del Sol

MALAGA beaches were awash with 28 tons of litter on Saturday June 24 after thousands of revelers took to the shore to celebrate San Juan.     Celebrants of the annual festival San Juan left Malaga beaches covered in 86.66 per cent more rubbish than was seen in the aftermath of last...

Man attempts to choke a bus driver in Marbella

Man attempts to choke a bus driver in Marbella

Jay Emeny Jun 26, 2017 Costa del Sol

A MAN had to be wrestled to the ground after trying to strangle a bus driver in Marbella. The allegedly mentally ill man apparently tried to disable his victim in order to crash the moving vehicle, which was heading towards the Costa del Sol Hospital. Passengers leapt to the driver’s aid as...

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 on a fact finding mission around Europe. Now, Spanish newspaper El Confidencial is reporting that the delegates, who have now returned...

Judge orders Salvador Dali´s body to be exhumed in paternity suit

Judge orders Salvador Dali´s body to be exhumed in paternity suit

Ben Harris Jun 26, 2017 Spain

A JUDGE has ordered the body of Catalonian surrealist painter Salvador Dali to be exhumed in order to obtain samples from it and perform a paternity test. Dali, born in 1904, is famous for his surrealist works of art such as The Persistence of Memory (1931) and Swans Reflecting Elephants (1937)...

UPDATE: Roads reopened but Huelva fire continues to threaten Doñana National Park

UPDATE: Roads reopened but Huelva fire continues to threaten Doñana National Park

Matt Ford Jun 26, 2017 Spain

HUNDREDS of fire fighters continue to battle the fire which has threatened to engulf Doñana National Park since Saturday evening. The blaze continues to be active on three fronts, two of which have now been confined, although the situation could again spiral out of control should the wind pick up. It comes...

Road traffic accidents on the rise as seven die on Spanish roads over the weekend

Road traffic accidents on the rise as seven die on Spanish roads over the weekend

Liam Griffin Jun 26, 2017 Spain

SEVEN PEOPLE have died and another nine have been injured in several traffic accidents on Spanish roads over the weekend. The Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) reported that five of the collisions occurred on Saturday leaving five dead and two injured. One of the fatalities was a cyclist and the six others...

Two dead and one injured in Jaen revenge shooting

Two dead and one injured in Jaen revenge shooting

Liam Griffin Jun 26, 2017 Spain

A POLICEMAN has killed a business owner and injured a civilian before committing suicide in Jaen. The Local Police officer shot the owner of a small shop in Valdepeñas, accidentally injured another man who was on the premises and then turned the gun on himself. According to the Guardia Civil the 54-year-old...

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