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Tons of illegal food seized in Melilla

AN operation undertaken between the Guardia Civil and the Directorate of Health in Melilla has discovered and seized 18 tons of food and 6,000 litres of beverages, all of which contravene one law or another. A number of inspections took place in shops and warehouses in the city and large…

New Catalan independence party aims to conquer Mars

A NEW political party has emerged in the fight for Catalan independence, whose primary focus is the conquest of Mars. ‘Alternativa’ believe that politics in Spain has taken a backwards step and they want to distance themselves from their rivals in whatever way possible, starting with a foray into space…

Four arrested in Cadiz and Sevilla provinces by the National Police

FOLLOWING up leads in Sevilla and Cadiz provinces, officers of the National Police have broken up a gang which was responsible for the importation of large amounts of cocaine from Latin America and its distribution throughout Spain. Officers determined that the drugs were arriving at the port of Algeciras and…

Woman under investigation over feeding her pet python puppies and kittens in Granada

A WOMAN in Granada is under investigation after images surfaced of her pet python feeding on what appeared to be a puppy. An advert selling the one and a half metre python was posted online, which included the questionable image, and was seen by a member of an animal charity,…

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A CORUÑA court has condemned low cost airline Vueling for refusing to allow a disabled passenger and her assistant on board. Anxela Lopez Leiceaga was told that her wheelchair was too heavy, and now the budget carrier must pay her €4,000. Vueling will also have to pay compensation for transportation…

Thousands take to the streets to protest against independence in Barcelona

THOUSANDS took to the streets of Barcelona to protest against Cataluña’s independence bid. The demonstrators were protesting against the Catalan government’s plans to hold an independence referendum in September. The march was led by the Societat Civil Catalana (SCC) with the motto “Aturem el cop separatist” (Stop the separatist coup).…

Police smash gang dedicated to changing stolen banknotes

POLICE have dismantled an organisation that changed stained stolen banknotes from robberies in France. The gang attempted to change €120,000 - acquired from several bank and money transport robberies - that were stained in different colours due to anti-theft systems. The assailants would claim the money had been stained with…

Welsh police appeal for help in finding missing man thought to be in Andalucia

POLICE in North Wales have issued an appeal for assistance in finding details of the whereabouts of Thomas Llyr Parry, who has not had contact with his family in Holyhead since February 8 of this year. Mr Parry, who is 36, left the UK at the end of January to…

Alleged murderers of a young man arrested in a Madrid suburb

AFTER being advised that a young man identified by the initials APC had disappeared from Rivas-Vaciamadrid, a suburb of the Spanish capital, an investigation was undertaken by officers of the Guardia Civil within the local vicinity. Having determined that he was not in hospital or registered with any homeless centres,…

Man who weighed 300 kilos dies waiting for crane to take him to hospital in Sevilla

A MAN who weighed 300 kilos has died while waiting for a crane to lift him out of his house to take him to hospital in Sevilla. The 24-year-old’s relatives contacted emergency services when he began to suffer from chest pains but due to his size emergency services were unable…

ETA announces complete disarmament over the coming weeks

BASQUE terrorist organisation ETA has announced that they will be disclosing the locations of their weapons caches to French authorities in a unilateral disarmament plan. The announcement was made by civilian intermediary Jean-Noel Etcheverry, an activist who was caught up in the Guardia Civil operation which caught a radical Basque…

Spanish hospital in Valladolid praised for the quality of its care

WITH many people worried about their future, especially if they are older and need healthcare, some criticism of the Spanish health system has been made but we have recently received a very positive report about the treatment one person has received. According to reader Saskia North her father, Taeke who…
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