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Relatives Complain Elche Nursing Home Is Full Of Cockroaches And Rats

By | January 24, 2021

RELATIVES of residents living in an Elche nursing home, which was recently subject to a Covid outbreak, complain that the nursing home is full of cockroaches and rats Family member of elderly residents living in the Altabix nursing home in Elche has voiced their concern over the worrying conditions in the centre, which they say… Read More »

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.1 Earthquake

By | January 24, 2021

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.2 Earthquake. A major earthquake, magnitude 7.1 on the Richter scale, has struck the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica- the National Emergency Office also reported that there was a subsequent quake at a depth of 10 Km. Two earthquakes of 7.1 and another less powerful 5.9 magnitudes on the Richter scale… Read More »

AstraZeneca Warns The EU It Will Cut Vaccine Supplies By Sixty Per Cent

By | January 24, 2021

ASTRAZENECA Warns The EU It Will Cut Vaccine Supplies By Sixty Per Cent in the First Quarter AstraZeneca has warned EU countries that its supplies of the Covid-19 vaccine, due to production problems, will be cut by 60 per cent in the first quarter of 2021, but would not give any specific details apparently. This… Read More »

Matt Hancock Admits To ‘Uncertainty’ Over New Covid Variant

By | January 24, 2021

MATT Hancock admits to ‘uncertainty’ over whether the new Covid variant is more dangerous The UK government has once again been accused of “scaremongering” in its response to the new mutant Covid variant which is sweeping through the country. While it was claimed at a press conference in Downing Street on Friday night, January 22,… Read More »

Relatives Complain Elche Nursing Home Is Full Of Cockroaches And Rats

By | January 24, 2021

RELATIVES of residents living in an Elche nursing home, which was recently subject to a Covid outbreak, complain that the nursing home is full of cockroaches and rats Family member of elderly residents living in the Altabix nursing home in Elche has voiced their concern over the worrying conditions in the centre, which they say… Read More »

Matt Hancock Admits To ‘Uncertainty’ Over New Covid Variant

By | January 24, 2021

MATT Hancock admits to ‘uncertainty’ over whether the new Covid variant is more dangerous The UK government has once again been accused of “scaremongering” in its response to the new mutant Covid variant which is sweeping through the country. While it was claimed at a press conference in Downing Street on Friday night, January 22,… Read More »

Matt Hancock Admits To ‘Uncertainty’ Over New Covid Variant

By | January 24, 2021

MATT Hancock admits to ‘uncertainty’ over whether the new Covid variant is more dangerous The UK government has once again been accused of “scaremongering” in its response to the new mutant Covid variant which is sweeping through the country. While it was claimed at a press conference in Downing Street on Friday night, January 22,… Read More »

Matt Hancock Admits To ‘Uncertainty’ Over New Covid Variant

By | January 24, 2021

MATT Hancock admits to ‘uncertainty’ over whether the new Covid variant is more dangerous The UK government has once again been accused of “scaremongering” in its response to the new mutant Covid variant which is sweeping through the country. While it was claimed at a press conference in Downing Street on Friday night, January 22,… Read More »

Matt Hancock Admits To ‘Uncertainty’ Over New Covid Variant

By | January 24, 2021

MATT Hancock admits to ‘uncertainty’ over whether the new Covid variant is more dangerous The UK government has once again been accused of “scaremongering” in its response to the new mutant Covid variant which is sweeping through the country. While it was claimed at a press conference in Downing Street on Friday night, January 22,… Read More »

Witty Furious With Guardian

By | January 24, 2021

Chris Witty’s fury with the Guardian spills over into vaccine confidence issue. Boris Johnson’s medical chief was so infuriated with a news story that claimed a single dose of Pfizer vaccine might only be 33 per cent effective that he threatened to immediately report the publication to the press watchdog. It’s understood that the publication… Read More »

Almeria City cathedral within the law

By | January 24, 2021

MIGUEL ROMERA, representing the diocese of Almeria, maintained that repairs at the city cathedral complied with Heritage laws. Fr Romera admitted that work on the bell tower, which was approved by the diocese, had been rejected by many members of public owing to the need to drill holes in the masonry to install scaffolding. There… Read More »

Witty Furious With Guardian

By | January 24, 2021

Chris Witty’s fury with the Guardian spills over into vaccine confidence issue. Boris Johnson’s medical chief was so infuriated with a news story that claimed a single dose of Pfizer vaccine might only be 33 per cent effective that he threatened to immediately report the publication to the press watchdog. It’s understood that the publication… Read More »

Eleven Chinese Gold Miners Rescued After 14 Days

By | January 24, 2021

ELEVEN Chinese gold miners have been rescued after 14 days trapped underground Eleven people have been rescued from a gold mine on Sunday, January 24, after an explosion blocked the entrance to the Hushan mine in the Qixia region of China two weeks ago. Twenty-two men were trapped some 2,000 feet underground, and one miner… Read More »

Police Break Up ‘Covidiots’ Rave In London- This Time Issuing Over £15,000 In Fines

By | January 24, 2021

Police Break Up Covidiots Rave In London- This Time Issuing Over £15,000 In Fines. Police in London have broken up yet another rave held in breach of Coronavirus rules. In the latest “blatant” breach of Covid-19 rules, police issued a total of 78 people with £200 fines, totalling a staggering £15,600 after the rave on… Read More »

PRINCE William and Kate welcome a new addition to the family

By | January 24, 2021

PRINCE William and Kate welcome a new furry addition to the family The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family have welcomed a new addition – an 8-month-old black Cocker Spaniel puppy, and they are reported to be “besotted” with their new furry companion. They reportedly got the pup from Kate’s dog breeder brother… Read More »

Malaysian Airlines’ MH370 ‘Could Have Been Shot Down By Missile’, Claims New Book

By | January 24, 2021

Malaysian Airlines’ MH370 ‘Could Have Been Shot Down By Missile’, Claims New Book. The mystery of MH370 has endured since its disappearance almost seven years ago. Various conspiracy theories have been put forward, however, an investigative journalist believes she has now collected vital evidence- and it is bound to shock you. The Malaysia Airlines flight… Read More »

Nursing Home Resident Found Alive Ten Days After Her Funeral

By | January 24, 2021

NURSING home resident found alive ten days after her funeral in a bizarre case of mistaken identity Truth is stranger than fiction sometimes, and that could certainly be said about a bizarre case of mistaken identity in a Galicia nursing home that saw a funeral being held for the wrong person, a mistake that wasn’t… Read More »

Almeria City cathedral within the law

By | January 24, 2021

MIGUEL ROMERA, representing the diocese of Almeria, maintained that repairs at the city cathedral complied with Heritage laws. Fr Romera admitted that work on the bell tower, which was approved by the diocese, had been rejected by many members of public owing to the need to drill holes in the masonry to install scaffolding. There… Read More »

Case Closed On Petrer Mountain Park Murder

By | January 24, 2021

CASE closed on Petrer Mountain Park Murder after three years without a break Officials in Alicante believe that the perfect murder may have been committed in the town of Petrer, as investigators are forced to close the cold case following years without a single break. 56-year-old Fernando Millan Chocero, manager at the remote but popular… Read More »

Almeria’s log fires are blazing away

By | January 24, 2021

JOSE LOPEZ, who has been selling firewood for 27 years, can’t meet customers’ demands this winter. Between the health crisis, Storm Filomena and the cold spell that followed, the demand for logs has shot up, Jose told the local Spanish media. He explained that he first went into business while based in Abrucena but seven… Read More »

Malaysian Airlines’ MH370 ‘Could Have Been Shot Down By Missile’, Claims New Book

By | January 24, 2021

Malaysian Airlines’ MH370 ‘Could Have Been Shot Down By Missile’, Claims New Book. The mystery of MH370 has endured since its disappearance almost seven years ago. Various conspiracy theories have been put forward, however, an investigative journalist believes she has now collected vital evidence- and it is bound to shock you. The Malaysia Airlines flight… Read More »

France Imposes Border Controls In Rush To Avoid Complete Lockdown

By | January 24, 2021

France Imposes Border Controls In Rush To Avoid Complete Lockdown. New border controls went into force in France today, Sunday, as part of a massive effort to contain the spread of Covid-19 and avoid another complete nationwide lockdown. After a slow start to vaccinations, French health authorities reported that a million people had received coronavirus… Read More »

Case Closed On Petrer Mountain Park Murder

By | January 24, 2021

CASE closed on Petrer Mountain Park Murder after three years without a break Officials in Alicante believe that the perfect murder may have been committed in the town of Petrer, as investigators are forced to close the cold case following years without a single break. 56-year-old Fernando Millan Chocero, manager at the remote but popular… Read More »

Police Officers Poisoned In Patrol Car

By | January 24, 2021

TWO police officers poisoned while working in their BMW patrol car Police in Glasgow have launched an internal investigation after two officers became seriously ill and had to be rushed to hospital while sitting in their BMW X5 patrol car on Sunday, January 17. The officers were working the night shift when they both began… Read More »

Valencian Government To Limit Gatherings To Cohabitants

By | January 24, 2021

VALENCIAN government to limit gatherings in homes to cohabitants only The Valencian Government announced on Thursday, January 21 that it intends to impose a new regulation which will prevent people from different households socialising in their homes. Speaking after a meeting of the plenary session of the Counsell in Alicante, vice president of the region,… Read More »

Tons of meat confiscated in malaga

By | January 24, 2021

The Guardia Civil, along with the collaboration of the “Vitanza operation” have confiscated and destroyed thousands of kilos of meat destined for Malagas tables. Its believed 14 people have been arrested in Malaga connected with the relabeling and redating of meat products. In total 122.000 kilos of meat were involved in the illegal operation, the… Read More »

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.1 Earthquake

By | January 24, 2021

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.2 Earthquake. A major earthquake, magnitude 7.1 on the Richter scale, has struck the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica- the National Emergency Office also reported that there was a subsequent quake at a depth of 10 Km. Two earthquakes of 7.1 and another less powerful 5.9 magnitudes on the Richter scale… Read More »

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.1 Earthquake

By | January 24, 2021

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.2 Earthquake. A major earthquake, magnitude 7.1 on the Richter scale, has struck the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica- the National Emergency Office also reported that there was a subsequent quake at a depth of 10 Km. Two earthquakes of 7.1 and another less powerful 5.9 magnitudes on the Richter scale… Read More »

Schools In The UK May Not Return Until After Easter Amid Vaccine Concerns

By | January 23, 2021

Schools In The UK May Not Return Until After Easter As Heads Demand February Half-Term Vaccines. EDUCATION Secretary Gavin Williamson is expected to rule out a return to the classroom after the February half-term, however, – school heads have drawn up a proposal that would see pupils back in weeks. He is also not expected… Read More »

Irish Health Officials Warn of “Critical” Covid Situation in Hospitals

By | January 23, 2021

IRELAND’S Health Service Executive (HSE) has warned that a surge in Covid-19 cases is leading Irish hospitals into a “critical” situation of oversaturation. Following a catastrophic surge in cases after Christmas that saw Ireland briefly suffer the world’s fastest-growing virus outbreak, health officials and unions have warned that the country’s hospitals are facing a “critical”… Read More »

Melania and Donald Trump Slept Separately at the White House Amid Divorce Rumours

By | January 23, 2021

Melania and Donald Trump Slept Separately at the White House Amid Divorce Rumours. MELANIA TRUMP and her husband, Donald Trump, slept in separate bedrooms during their whole time at the White House, according to reports. The Former First Lady just wanted to “go home” as Mr Trump’s time in office came to an end, sources… Read More »

Czech Sniffer Dogs Trained to Detect Covid-19

By | January 23, 2021

A TEAM of Czech trainers are teaching their dogs to sniff out and detect Covid-19, emulating similar research in Finland and France. The Czech team of expert dog trainers are working overtime on limited funding to conduct their research at an animal centre in a mountain village of the Central European country. Three dogs –… Read More »

Poultry Farm in Czech Republic Reports Its Second Deadlier Bird Flu Outbreak

By | January 23, 2021

Poultry Farm in Czech Republic Reports Its Second Deadlier Bird Flu Outbreak. THE CZECH REPUBLIC has reported its second H5N8 bird flu outbreak in as many days after not seeing any for almost a year, said its State Veterinary Administration said on Friday. Around half of a flock of 30 birds died in the outbreak… Read More »

Top Spanish Defense Official Resigns over Early Vaccine Shot

By | January 23, 2021

A SENIOR Spanish government defense official has been forced to resign when it emerged he had received an early Covid vaccine jab despite not being on the priority list. General Miguel Angel Villayroya, Spain’s chief of defense staff, allegedly broke the vaccination protocol of prioritising health workers and nursing home residents to receive an early… Read More »

Pubs and Restaurants Could Reopen If Vaccinated Brits Used Health Passports

By | January 23, 2021

Pubs and Restaurants Could Reopen If Vaccinated Brits Used Health Passports. Health passports, if introduced, could be a gamechanger and life-line for the hospitality sector that has been decimated by the pandemic. Pub bosses could scan the code from three metres away and tell if a person has been vaccinated as well as the date… Read More »

Support for Scottish Independence and Irish Unity Growing Says Poll

By | January 23, 2021

A RECENT poll has revealed that support for Scottish independence from the UK and the reunification of Northern Ireland with the Republic has grown in Britain. The Sunday Times poll found that just under half of the Scottish voters 49% support independence compared to 44% against – a margin of 52% to 48% if those… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Conor McGregor Knocked Out In Round Two by Dustin Poirier

By | January 23, 2021

Conor McGregor Knocked Out In Round Two by Dustin Poirier. Conor McGregor has been knocked out by Dustin Poirier in round two at UFC 257. McGregor was stunned by Dustin Poirier at Fight Island after being knocked out after a barrage of punches.- with the Diamond earning a knockout in the second round in Abu… Read More »

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.1 Earthquake

By | January 23, 2021

Chile Rocked By Magnitude 7.2 Earthquake. A major earthquake, magnitude 7.1 on the Richter scale, has struck the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica- the National Emergency Office also reported that there was a subsequent quake at a depth of 10 Km. Two earthquakes of 7.1 and another less powerful 5.9 magnitudes on the Richter scale… Read More »

Spanish Schools Will Teach Teens How to Spot Fake News

By | January 23, 2021

MADRID’S Regional Ministry for Education has launched a school programme to teach the capital’s teens how to spot fake news as Spanish language disinformation continues to grow. Fake news has become a global problem for tech companies, lawmakers, and the public. In the wild west of the world wide web, unscrupulous fraudsters have carved careers… Read More »

RSPCA warns of ‘Major dog welfare crisis’ after sharp rise in dogs sold online

By | January 23, 2021

RSPCA warns of ‘Major dog welfare crisis’ after sharp rise in dogs sold online. The RSPCA has said it has responded to 5,955 reports about abandoned dogs since the start of the pandemic. One of the UK’s largest online pet marketplaces, Pets4Homes, has recorded a 51% increase in demand for puppies since the pandemic began.… Read More »

Spanish Schools Will Teach Teens How to Spot Fake News

By | January 23, 2021

MADRID’S Regional Ministry for Education has launched a school programme to teach the capital’s teens how to spot fake news as Spanish language disinformation continues to grow. Fake news has become a global problem for tech companies, lawmakers, and the public. In the wild west of the world wide web, unscrupulous fraudsters have carved careers… Read More »

Alicante Brothel Shut Down For Breaching Covid Regulations

By | January 23, 2021

ALICANTE brothel where workers had Covid shut down for breaching regulations A brothel in Alicante where several of the sex workers had been diagnosed with Covid and continued working has been shut down in Alicante city for several breaches in coronavirus regulations. The premises was found to be operating contrary to new government regulations, issued… Read More »

Macron Pledges to Crackdown on Incest Following Online Campaign

By | January 23, 2021

FRANCE’S President Emmanuel Macron has pledged to crackdown on incest following an online campaign that saw hundreds share their harrowing experiences. Macron told survivors of incest that they will “never be alone again” as the President promised a crackdown on France’s incest problem, announcing that laws would become far tighter and more support would be… Read More »