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Two lucky turtles returned to the sea in Cadiz Province

Two lucky turtles returned to the sea in Cadiz Province

John Smith Sep 20, 2017 Costa del Sol

THE Mayor of La Linea alongside two of his councillors and the National Government representative from Cadiz oversaw the return of two rescued turtles to the sea. Having spent a period...

An early Christmas for Leo the Lion

An early Christmas for Leo the Lion

Karl Smallman Sep 13, 2017 Costa de Almería

THE FAMILY of Leo Bermejo, the always smiling little boy from Almeria with a brain cancer tumour, is planning an early Christmas party for their ‘lion’ after receiving devastating news...

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British father injured in Magaluf stag party may have fallen

British father injured in Magaluf stag party may have fallen

Sean Campbell Sep 20, 2017 Mallorca

ALEX Green, who was found severely injured on a Magaluf stag party, may have fallen from a building site. The British father-of-one was left in a serious condition after being found on a street with severe injuries. Just six hours into his stag party, Alex disappeared from his group after visiting the...

Police arrest photographer for sexually abusing girls

Police arrest photographer for sexually abusing girls

Karl Smallman Sep 20, 2017 Spain

OFFICERS of Spain’s National Police have arrested a photographer for sexually abusing seven girls he contacted through a social network. The 24-year-old man from Madrid is being held in custody after the police raided his home and took away computers, hard disks and memory cards. Allegedly  he  established a relationship of trust...

WATCH: Major earthquake rocks central Mexico - hundreds feared dead

WATCH: Major earthquake rocks central Mexico - hundreds feared dead

Karl Smallman Sep 20, 2017 World News

MORE than 150 people are feared dead, including schoolchildren, after a powerful earthquake struck central Mexico. The quake struck just after 1pm (local time) with its epicentre about 100 miles from Mexico City. Buildings crumbled, power and telephone lines were brought down forcing thousands out on onto the streets. Residents and workers dug...

Quironsalud launches free prostate cancer test campaign

Quironsalud launches free prostate cancer test campaign

euroweeklynews Sep 19, 2017 Health & Beauty

THE Hospital Quironsalud group launched a campaign this week to encourage members of the public to undergo PSA tests to screen for prostate cancer. PSA tests are being offered for free to men over 45 years of age or 40 years of age if there is a family history of prostate...

An anniversary to remember (so that I can forget again)

An anniversary to remember (so that I can forget again)

Ric Polansky Sep 19, 2017 Ric Polansky

I HAVE been reminded that I start my 49th year living in Mojacar. Only a few special celebrations of this type should be remembered. But, September 10, 1979 I remember all too well. There were complications. My wife and children were in the states. My two closet buddies were away on...

Making the best of a bad job

Making the best of a bad job

Cassandra Nash Sep 19, 2017 Cassandra Nash

AUGUST is a weird month for employment. Statistics are promising early on thanks to the people engaged in July to serve beer to tourists and make hotel beds. Then August 31 arrives and most of the workers return to the out-o-fwork wasteland. Hauling Spain out of the economic crisis and putting people back...

Air Malta to introduce new Malaga flights

Air Malta to introduce new Malaga flights

Kat Ashton Sep 19, 2017 Costa del Sol

AIR MALTA will fly twice weekly to Malaga from summer 2018. This will be the first time that Air Malta will operate flights to the Costa del Sol and also marks the return of Air Malta flights to Spain.  The new route will also be ideal for those travelling to and from...

GROUNDED: Ryanair flight cancellations in Spain

GROUNDED: Ryanair flight cancellations in Spain

Jay Emeny Sep 19, 2017 Spain

RYANAIR has published a full list of the flights it is cancelling over the next six weeks after admitting it had “messed up” pilots’ holidays. Here is a list of flights to or from Spain that have been cancelled: Tuesday September 19 9106 - Barcelona El Prat (BCN) to Fez 9107 - Fez to...

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