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Campaigners want change in protocol after Excalibur claim refused

A Spanish nurse who became the first person outside Africa to contract ebola has been left heartbroken for a second time because of a court ruling over her dead dog. After Teresa Romero was rushed to hospital in October 2014, her treasured pet Excalibur was taken into care and put down without telling her ...Full Article

Puerto tourism figures still up as Brits flock to the tourist resort

Tourist establishments in Puerto de la Cruz have closed the first quarter of the year with 2.8 per cent more customers than in the ...Full Article

Forensic experts in milestone after catching sex abuser because of his hands

Police in Spain have identified a child sex offender by matching his hands to images found in pictures he took of his crimes. They ...Full Article

Spanish police arrest three more terrorist suspects

Spanish police have continued their crackdown on terrorist recruitment and promotion with the arrest of three more suspects. They were caught in Badalona and ...Full Article

World champion canoeist hailed a hero

A world canoe champion became a hero for the second time after saving a woman from drowning. Three times world champion in the marathon ...Full Article

British man’s death reignites call for more bike safety measures

An 86-year-old British cyclist killed in Mallorca when involved in an accident with a car was named as Bryan Stout, a stalwart bike safety ...Full Article

Lightning strike kills man in front of family

A Spanish town declared three days of mourning after a 57-year-old man was struck dead by lightning in front of his wife and daughter. ...Full Article

Anti-terrorist raids in Spain spurred by anonymous tip-off

Anti-terrorist police who swooped on more than 30 addresses across Spain have revealed more details of the operation. They believe some of the suspects ...Full Article

Driver smuggles 250,000 euros in cushions

A Belgian man tried an unusual way to smuggle nearly 250,000 euros over the border of Spain. He hid the notes inside two cushions ...Full Article

Summer chaos ahead for driving tests?

The National Confederation of Driving Schools has warned of summer chaos due to lack of funding and a deficit in examiners. They say there ...Full Article
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