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  1. Cars torched in a pay-back revenge

    OFFICERS from the National Police are investigating an arson attack which happened on Wednesday night, when two cars were set alight, supposedly by an unknown person. They were parked up in a busy,...
  2. Scammer who made millions, still popular with his victims

    A WELL-KNOWN Fuengirola insurance agent, known only as AJCD, scammed pensioners, footballers, businessmen and heirs out of millions of euros, as well as defrauding at least 48 people out of their...
  3. Hooligans cause chaos *during Tenerife flight

    POLICE bundled seven British men off an easyJet flight after the captain was forced to make an emergency landing because they started punching each other. Witnesses say one man spat in a woman’s eye...
  4. Battered body was all down to Tenerife man

    A TENERIFE man has been arrested and charged with the murder of another man from the island, in Gran Canaria’s Sima de Jinamar, in Telde. The victim’s body was found with multiple fractures, as well...
  5. Beach thief caught out by a hawk-eyed tourist

    They were caught using intimidation and violence to rob tourists at Arona’s El Camisón beach, but the man was taken by surprise when a tourist on the beach saw him stealing the belongings of a...
  6. Teenager killed lawyer with stolen screwdriver

    YOUNGSTER Ewen Ireland, who stabbed a father to death with a screwdriver he’d stolen from Poundland, can now be named after turning 18. Ireland, from Newcastle, killed solicitor Peter Duncan, 52, in...
  7. Life for evil stepmum, who killed step-son, 8

    AN evil stepmother, who murdered an eight-year-old boy last year, has been given life without the possibility of parole, which makes her the first woman in Spain to receive such a sentence. A jury in...
  8. Essex knife-man charged with murder of three men

    A 32-YEAR-OLD man has been charged with a triple murder by Essex Police, who have also named the three men stabbed to death in a targeted and isolated attack. The victims were 35-year-old Danny...
  9. Have the sales of casinos been ditched again?

    PLANS to privatise Tenerife’s three publicly-owned casinos appear to have been abandoned, following a change in the island’s Cabildo government. The news was welcomed by the left-wing Podemos party...
  10. Big-spending Euro Bank *brings breath of fresh air

    THE European Investment Bank (EIB), under the Cleaner Transport Facility, has provided almost €200m since 2017 to cut the polluting emissions produced by buses in Spain’s largest cities. This joint...
  11. Do Spanish schools leave *your children jet-lagged?

    A STUDY by Valencia’s Quirónsalud Hospital, has investigated a link between teenage fatigue and school hours. And Gonzalo Pin, a leading paediatrician at the hospital, wants a change in the school...
  12. Boris admits he said ‘No’ to firm’s £150m bail-out

    At least 150,000 British holiday-makers, who face being stranded abroad by the collapse of Thomas Cook, will be bought home, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged. He was on a plane to New York...
  13. Directors ordered to repay bonus millions

    THOMAS Cook’s directors have been told to pay back the millions of pounds in bonuses they made, as the company fell into liquidation. Chief Executive Peter Fankhauser (pictured), who announced the...
  14. Police detain ISIS man, immersed in its culture

    AN alleged member of DAESH (ISIS), who was storing manuals on how to carry out terror attacks, has been arrested by the National Police.*He was also a follower of several, restricted, pro-DAESH...
  15. This Thomas Cook is *continuing to operate

    THERE is hope for hoteliers in the Canary Islands, thanks to Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, which is owned by Spies (Denmark). It resumed normal service on Tuesday, offering flights from the main...
  16. *‘Messi’ drug-dealers make real hash of it

    A HUGE drug-dealing operation, led by the “Messi of Hashish” has been busted by law enforcement agents, and what a bust it has proved to be! Among the seizures were: some 6,060kg of hashish, five...
  17. Bomberos take on Internet challenge

    ADEJE’S voluntary fire-fighters, the Bomberos, have risen to the Tetris Challenge, sweeping across the internet, involving all emergency services across the world This new viral challenge, an...
  18. Expats will be repaid for unfinished homes

    A JUDGE has ruled that British expats must each receive compensation of up to €150,000 by developers, for homes that were never completed. The Almeria judge gave two administrators of the New Medina...
  19. Los Cristianos all set for the big clean-up!

    TENERIFE Cabildo this week began demolishing the Casa de los Bethencourt, the ruined house by ??the Los Cristianos boules courts, on the paseo marítimo de Los Tarajales. The commitment to cleaning up...
  20. Brit paedophile hounded and caught by the police

    A 53-YEAR-OLD English paedophile, living in Los Cristianos, with a European warrant on his head for sexual offences against four children and other crimes, has been detained by National Police. The...
  21. Anger as Burntwood tourists deface image of Los Gigantes

    A GROUP of Staffordshire tourists have made themselves known in Tenerife, but for all the wrong reasons! A disgruntled Los Gigantes resident has called the Burntwood vandals “idiots” because they...
  22. Policeman caught in a drug-seizure trap

    A LOCAL Police officer was one of two men arrested in a Guardia Civil drugs operation in the Murcia region of Totana. The operation resulted in Guardia agents discovering more than 22kg of marijuana...
  23. Fireman is suspended after talking to Press

    THE President of a firefighters’ union, Pablo Gonzalez, is a working fireman, but he has been suspended without pay for two days, for talking to the Press. Gonzalez also heads the Asociación de...
  24. Heaviest star of all, too mighty to exist!

    AN artist’s impression of the pulse from an enormous neutron star is being delayed by the passage of a white dwarf star, between the neutron star and Earth. This phenomenon, known as “Shapiro Delay”,...
  25. The most reckless dance you will see

    LOCAL Police have arrested a 22-year-old man after what must have been the amazing sight the officers had ever witnessed: a video of a motorist, getting out of his moving car and dancing to music on...
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