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Magaluf aims to “clean up its act” but will campaign really work?

Magaluf has always been one of the party capitals of the world but now the authorities are desperately trying to clean up their act. Whether proposals by the local council work, however, is open to question as there are many people who doubt that either “educational campaigns” or the threat of heavy fines will work.Full Article

Spain sees largest April increase in foreign workers for ten years

The number of foreign citizens registered with the Spanish Social Security system stood at 1,607,883 in April. This is an increase of 2.85 per cent – or 44,540 National ...Full Article

Parents and children should have contracts over phones

Parents are being advised to enter into written contracts with their children over use of their mobile phones, tablets and computers. Spanish police have made the suggestion to help ...Full Article

Monkey found in Spanish villa

Animal welfare officers who visited a villa on the Costa Blanca found a protected monkey being kept as a pet. They say the female Barbary macaque, like the ones ...Full Article

Free wifi for all airports?

The Spanish airports authority, AENA is aiming to provide free unlimited wifi in all of its 46 airports and two heliports. It also wants to see the speed quadrupled ...Full Article

Police prevent soccer clash between rival groups

These vicious-looking weapons, including knives and screwdrivers, were seized by police on the mainland during an investigation into soccer violence. Officers received a tip-off that there was going to ...Full Article

Prime Minister leads tributes as four killed in military plane crash

There was great sadness when four people were killed in a military plane crash in Seville but also heroism and great bravery officially recognised in the after-math. The Airbus ...Full Article

Spain and Senegal winning fight against illegal immigration

Spain and Senegal have reinforced their commitment to fighting a joint campaign against illegal immigration, as well as drug trafficking and money laundering. Spanish Interior Minister, Jorge Fernández Díaz ...Full Article

Police warn about “cyber-bullying” and intimate photos

Police have once again warned teenagers to be aware of the threat of “cyber-bullying” and to spot the signs of a potentially abusive relationship. Their alert follows the arrest ...Full Article

Family advertised “joints for sale” outside house

Thirteen members of the same family were arrested by police in Madrid for running a drugs operation from their home which even had a sign outide advertising “marijuana inside!” ...Full Article
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