Glasgow Rangers Run Riot Against Ross County

By | January 23, 2021

Glasgow Rangers Run Riot Against Ross County in the Scottish Premiership Glasgow Rangers were rampant this afternoon (Saturday 23) at Ibrox Park, extending their unbeaten run to 25 matches, with an emphatic 5-0 win against Ross County. After Wednesday’s draw with Motherwell, boss Steven Gerrard clearly worked some magic on his squad, as they ran… Read More »

Glasgow Rangers Run Riot Against Ross County

By | January 23, 2021

Glasgow Rangers Run Riot Against Ross County in the Scottish Premiership Glasgow Rangers were rampant this afternoon (Saturday 23) at Ibrox Park, extending their unbeaten run to 25 matches, with an emphatic 5-0 win against Ross County. After Wednesday’s draw with Motherwell, boss Steven Gerrard clearly worked some magic on his squad, as they ran… Read More »

Glasgow Rangers Run Riot Against Ross County

By | January 23, 2021

Glasgow Rangers Run Riot Against Ross County in the Scottish Premiership Glasgow Rangers were rampant this afternoon (Saturday 23) at Ibrox Park, extending their unbeaten run to 25 matches, with an emphatic 5-0 win against Ross County. After Wednesday’s draw with Motherwell, boss Steven Gerrard clearly worked some magic on his squad, as they ran… Read More »

Recycling made easy in Huercal-Overa

By | January 23, 2021

HUERCAL-OVERA is making it easier for residents to recycle and dispose of unwanted items. “We have increased cleaning schedules at the Punto Limpio, which has also been reorganised to ensure that it is used correctly,” explained Services councillor David Siles. The town’s rubbish disposal service also picks up unwieldy or hard to dispose of items… Read More »

Recycling made easy in Huercal-Overa

By | January 23, 2021

HUERCAL-OVERA is making it easier for residents to recycle and dispose of unwanted items. “We have increased cleaning schedules at the Punto Limpio, which has also been reorganised to ensure that it is used correctly,” explained Services councillor David Siles. The town’s rubbish disposal service also picks up unwieldy or hard to dispose of items… Read More »

Recycling made easy in Huercal-Overa

By | January 23, 2021

HUERCAL-OVERA is making it easier for residents to recycle and dispose of unwanted items. “We have increased cleaning schedules at the Punto Limpio, which has also been reorganised to ensure that it is used correctly,” explained Services councillor David Siles. The town’s rubbish disposal service also picks up unwieldy or hard to dispose of items… Read More »

Recycling made easy in Huercal-Overa

By | January 23, 2021

HUERCAL-OVERA is making it easier for residents to recycle and dispose of unwanted items. “We have increased cleaning schedules at the Punto Limpio, which has also been reorganised to ensure that it is used correctly,” explained Services councillor David Siles. The town’s rubbish disposal service also picks up unwieldy or hard to dispose of items… Read More »

Recycling made easy in Huercal-Overa

By | January 23, 2021

HUERCAL-OVERA is making it easier for residents to recycle and dispose of unwanted items. “We have increased cleaning schedules at the Punto Limpio, which has also been reorganised to ensure that it is used correctly,” explained Services councillor David Siles. The town’s rubbish disposal service also picks up unwieldy or hard to dispose of items… Read More »

Recycling made easy in Huercal-Overa

By | January 23, 2021

HUERCAL-OVERA is making it easier for residents to recycle and dispose of unwanted items. “We have increased cleaning schedules at the Punto Limpio, which has also been reorganised to ensure that it is used correctly,” explained Services councillor David Siles. The town’s rubbish disposal service also picks up unwieldy or hard to dispose of items… Read More »

Blind Man Has First Artificial Transplant

By | January 23, 2021

A legally blind man has had the first transplant of an artificial cornea. The patient, a 78-year-old gentleman, has had the first-ever artificial cornea transplant treatment and its worked, he claims he has regained his sight and now the treatment he received can be used to repair or restore the sight of many more registered… Read More »

Asia’s Most Wanted Drug Lord Arrested in Amsterdam

By | January 23, 2021

ONE OF the planet’s most wanted drug lords has been arrested in Amsterdam following an international investigation into his vast Asian narco cartel. Tse Chi Lop is the alleged leader of Sam Gor – a massive Cantonese cartel that is thought to control most of East Asia’s $70 billion drug trade. The Chinese-Canadian national allegedly… Read More »

Asia’s Most Wanted Drug Lord Arrested in Amsterdam

By | January 23, 2021

ONE OF the planet’s most wanted drug lords has been arrested in Amsterdam following an international investigation into his vast Asian narco cartel. Tse Chi Lop is the alleged leader of Sam Gor – a massive Cantonese cartel that is thought to control most of East Asia’s $70 billion drug trade. The Chinese-Canadian national allegedly… Read More »

Vuelta Ciclista a Andalucia postponed

By | January 23, 2021

THE 67th edition of the Vuelta Ciclista a Andalucia has been postponed, the organisers announced. The first stage of the race would have begun in Vera, following a 140.4-kilometre route to the Geoda de Pulpi. The long-established race was due to run between February 17 and 21 but it would have proved impossible to hold… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Bomb Thrown at Anti-Gay Church in Los Angeles

By | January 23, 2021

Bomb Thrown at Anti-Gay Church in Los Angeles amid same-sex marriage protests. A suspected IED bomb has exploded outside an anti-gay church in Los Angeles that was very vocal about its condemnation of same-sex marriages. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has since confirmed a bomb was thrown at The First Works Baptist Church in El… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Bomb Thrown at Anti-Gay Church in Los Angeles

By | January 23, 2021

Bomb Thrown at Anti-Gay Church in Los Angeles amid same-sex marriage protests. A suspected IED bomb has exploded outside an anti-gay church in Los Angeles that was very vocal about its condemnation of same-sex marriages. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has since confirmed a bomb was thrown at The First Works Baptist Church in El… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Bomb Thrown at Anti-Gay Church in Los Angeles

By | January 23, 2021

Bomb Thrown at Anti-Gay Church in Los Angeles amid same-sex marriage protests. A suspected IED bomb has exploded outside an anti-gay church in Los Angeles that was very vocal about its condemnation of same-sex marriages. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has since confirmed a bomb was thrown at The First Works Baptist Church in El… Read More »

Britain’s Ambassador to Italy Says Brexit Will Not Effect Partnership

By | January 23, 2021

BRITAIN’S AMBASSADOR to Italy, Jill Morris, has told Rome’s Chamber of Deputies that despite leaving the EU, Britain will retain close ties with Europe. The Ambassador told Italian MPs that the last-minute London-Brussels Brexit trade deal was a “piece of good news, that will bring some certainty to our relationship.” She continued, “the United Kingdom… Read More »

Iran To Start Covid Vaccinations In Next Few Weeks

By | January 23, 2021

IRAN To Start Covid Vaccinations In Next Few Weeks in the Middle East’s worst-hit country Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said today (Saturday 23) that they would start a Covid-19 vaccination scheme in the country in the next few weeks, saying in a televised speech, “Foreign vaccines are a necessity until local vaccines are available”. Rouhani… Read More »

Fifth Celebrity Voted Off On ITV’s ‘The Masked Singer’

By | January 23, 2021

FIFTH Celebrity Voted Off On ITV’s ‘The Masked Singer’ this evening ITV’s prime-time hit show, ‘The Masked Singer’ lost its fifth celebrity this evening (Saturday 23), as the panel of Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Mo Gilligan, and Davina McCall voted ‘Bush Baby’ off the show in a final two, with ‘Dragon’ surviving another week. For… Read More »

Boris Johnson Becomes First European Leader to Speak to US President Biden

By | January 23, 2021

Boris Johnson Becomes First European Leader to Speak to US President Biden. Boris Johnson has become the first world leader outside North America to speak to Joe Biden after he confirmed they had a phone conversation today, Saturday. The PM was pictured in good spirits as he spoke to new US President Joe Biden on Saturday… Read More »

33 floors for hero biker

By | January 23, 2021

A French mountain biker a hero, a fanatic has raised money for charity by climbing 33 floors, without touching them! The crack french mountain biker Aurelien Fontenoy has climbed 33 floors of a building in Paris on his mountain bike without his feet touching the floor once. The building in question is the Trinity Tower,… Read More »

Rafa Benitez Leaves Chinese Super League Club By Mutual Consent

By | January 23, 2021

Rafa Benitez Leaves Chinese Super League Club By Mutual Consent with Dalian Professional Rafa Benitez has reportedly quit Dalian Professional, the Chinese Super League club he signed for in July 2019, stating his concerns about the health and well-being of his family amid the coronavirus pandemic, as cases soar in China in recent weeks. The… Read More »

Arsenal Reported Close To Confirming Martin Odegaard Signing From Real Madrid

By | January 23, 2021

ARSENAL Reported Close To Confirming Martin Odegaard Signing From Real Madrid after overnight talks took place Arsenal’s potential signing of 22-year-old Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid moved a step closer after overnight talks took place between the two clubs, with the player expected to complete the move to The Emirates sometime over weekend,… Read More »

Rafa Benitez Leaves Chinese Super League Club By Mutual Consent

By | January 23, 2021

Rafa Benitez Leaves Chinese Super League Club By Mutual Consent with Dalian Professional Rafa Benitez has reportedly quit Dalian Professional, the Chinese Super League club he signed for in July 2019, stating his concerns about the health and well-being of his family amid the coronavirus pandemic, as cases soar in China in recent weeks. The… Read More »

British SAS Sniper Kills Five ISIS Terrorists With A Single Shot

By | January 23, 2021

BRITISH SAS Sniper Kills Five ISIS Terrorists With A Single Shot from over Half a Mile Away A veteran British SAS sniper has killed five ISIS terrorists, including a top commander, with one single shot, from a distance of over a half a mile away, reports The Daily Star. The unidentified SAS sergeant, during a… Read More »

UK Serial Killer Invited For Vaccine Ahead Of Millions Of Vulnerable Brits

By | January 23, 2021

UK Serial Killer Invited For Vaccine Ahead Of Millions Of Vulnerable Brits and the elderly Levi Bellfield, the notorious serial killer, now aged 52, along with other inmates at top-security Frankland Prison, Co Durham has been sent the invitation to have the Covid-19 jab in the next few weeks, ahead of millions of elderly and… Read More »

Britain’s Ambassador to Italy Says Brexit Will Not Effect Partnership

By | January 23, 2021

BRITAIN’S AMBASSADOR to Italy, Jill Morris, has told Rome’s Chamber of Deputies that despite leaving the EU, Britain will retain close ties with Europe. The Ambassador told Italian MPs that the last-minute London-Brussels Brexit trade deal was a “piece of good news, that will bring some certainty to our relationship.” She continued, “the United Kingdom… Read More »

Britain’s Ambassador to Italy Says Brexit Will Not Effect Partnership

By | January 23, 2021

BRITAIN’S AMBASSADOR to Italy, Jill Morris, has told Rome’s Chamber of Deputies that despite leaving the EU, Britain will retain close ties with Europe. The Ambassador told Italian MPs that the last-minute London-Brussels Brexit trade deal was a “piece of good news, that will bring some certainty to our relationship.” She continued, “the United Kingdom… Read More »

Britain’s Ambassador to Italy Says Brexit Will Not Effect Partnership

By | January 23, 2021

BRITAIN’S AMBASSADOR to Italy, Jill Morris, has told Rome’s Chamber of Deputies that despite leaving the EU, Britain will retain close ties with Europe. The Ambassador told Italian MPs that the last-minute London-Brussels Brexit trade deal was a “piece of good news, that will bring some certainty to our relationship.” She continued, “the United Kingdom… Read More »

Covid Outbreak At Spanish Care Home Leaves One Dead and Five Hospitalised

By | January 23, 2021

A covid outbreak at a care home in Gerona, Catalonia, has killed one person and put five people in the ICU. An outbreak of covid has infected 45 residents in a Girona care home after they received the first dose of the vaccine, an elderly man has died and five more have so far had… Read More »

Outcry as US Capitol Troops Pictured Sleeping in Car Park

By | January 23, 2021

MANY politicians and commentators have expressed their anger over viral images showing troops protecting the US Capitol having to sleep in a crowded car park. Due to security concerns surrounding the inauguration of President Joe Biden, which were heightened by shocking recent scenes in the Capitol, 25,000 National Guard troops were deployed to Washington from… Read More »

Time to work together in El Ejido

By | January 23, 2021

EL EJIDO’S mayor, Francisco Gongora, called on opposition parties to join the local government in achieving El Ejido’s goals. “We have been working for years to improve the municipality and watch it grow in a serious and rigorous manner, putting its accounts in order, optimising public services and administering assets efficiently,” Gongora said. Responding to… Read More »

Parents arrested over death of two-year-old daughter

By | January 23, 2021

Parents arrested over death of two-year-old daughter. POLICE in Zaragoza have arrested the pair, known as CLV, 33, and VMP, 28, following the death of their two-year-old daughter in the Picarral neighborhood. According to police sources, the events took place on Thursday, January 21, at 10.50 in Calle María Sánchez Arbós street when 112 Emergency… Read More »

Parents arrested over death of two-year-old daughter

By | January 23, 2021

Parents arrested over death of two-year-old daughter. POLICE in Zaragoza have arrested the pair, known as CLV, 33, and VMP, 28, following the death of their two-year-old daughter in the Picarral neighborhood. According to police sources, the events took place on Thursday, January 21, at 10.50 in Calle María Sánchez Arbós street when 112 Emergency… Read More »

Parents arrested over death of two-year-old daughter

By | January 23, 2021

Parents arrested over death of two-year-old daughter. POLICE in Zaragoza have arrested the pair, known as CLV, 33, and VMP, 28, following the death of their two-year-old daughter in the Picarral neighborhood. According to police sources, the events took place on Thursday, January 21, at 10.50 in Calle María Sánchez Arbós street when 112 Emergency… Read More »

Pfizer to Charge For ‘Extra’ Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Doctors Squeeze Out Of Vials

By | January 23, 2021

Pfizer to Charge For ‘Extra’ Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Doctors Squeeze Out Of Vials. Pfizer is pressured regulators to declare its vials contain an “extra” dose of the vaccine and will now count them in deliveries after frontline health workers found they could dispense six shots from one vial- instead of five. A spokeswoman for the… Read More »

Pfizer to Charge For ‘Extra’ Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Doctors Squeeze Out Of Vials

By | January 23, 2021

Pfizer to Charge For ‘Extra’ Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Doctors Squeeze Out Of Vials. Pfizer is pressured regulators to declare its vials contain an “extra” dose of the vaccine and will now count them in deliveries after frontline health workers found they could dispense six shots from one vial- instead of five. A spokeswoman for the… Read More »

Exclusive Interview With Guitar-Vocalist Steve Nelson

By | January 23, 2021

EXCLUSIVE Interview With Guitar-Vocalist Steve Nelson, the Costa del Sol’s Legendary Entertainer The Euro Weekly News has just had an exclusive chat with one of the Costa del Sol’s best-loved, and longest established entertainers and musicians, the one and only guitar-vocalist, Steve Nelson, who first arrived on the coast back in 1982, and is basically… Read More »

Edinburgh is the UKs Happiest City

By | January 23, 2021

In a recent list Edinburgh has found itself top s the UKs happiest but why ?. Edinburgh has topped the list for the UK’s happiest cities for work-life balance salary and quality of life. No less than 50 of the biggest towns and cities were surveyed by SmartSurvey based on 6 key ingredients earnings overtime… Read More »

Holiday Company TUI Cancels All Trips Up To March Due to Covid Restrictions

By | January 23, 2021

Holiday Company TUI Cancels All Trips Up To March Due to Covid Restrictions. Holiday company TUI has announced it has cancelled all its trips abroad until March due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic on travel and holidays. The shock announcement will impact families who have already booked holidays for February half-term and others… Read More »

Holiday Company TUI Cancels All Trips Up To March Due to Covid Restrictions

By | January 23, 2021

Holiday Company TUI Cancels All Trips Up To March Due to Covid Restrictions. Holiday company TUI has announced it has cancelled all its trips abroad until March due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic on travel and holidays. The shock announcement will impact families who have already booked holidays for February half-term and others… Read More »

Paris Mayor’s Office Rocked by Fourth Sex Scandal in Seven Months

By | January 23, 2021

THE MAYOR’S office of Paris has been rocked by its fourth sex scandal in seven months, with a senior councillor accused of raping a teenage activist. Maxime Cochard, a senior city councillor from France’s Communist party (PCF), has been forced to resign after a male activist alleged that he has been raped by a politician… Read More »

Tax breaks all round in Roquetas

By | January 23, 2021

ROQUETAS town hall announced huge reductions on building and works licences to revitalise the construction sector. Following revised regulations, there will be sizeable rebates reaching 90 per cent via the regional government’s housing rehabilitation programme, announced Roquetas’ Tax Administration councillor, Antonio Lopez Megias. Fees for construction and installation work for business, commercial or industrial activity… Read More »

Portugal Hits New High Numbers For Pandemic

By | January 23, 2021

PORTUGAL Hits New High Numbers For Pandemic across the country Portugal marked a new record high in Covid-19 cases today (Saturday23), as the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) announced that the country has officially passed the 10,000 deaths mark after a record 274 fatalities were counted in the past 24 hours. Saturday also saw the country’s… Read More »

Portugal Hits New High Numbers For Pandemic

By | January 23, 2021

PORTUGAL Hits New High Numbers For Pandemic across the country Portugal marked a new record high in Covid-19 cases today (Saturday23), as the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) announced that the country has officially passed the 10,000 deaths mark after a record 274 fatalities were counted in the past 24 hours. Saturday also saw the country’s… Read More »