Thursday Mar 6
The yacht, the villa and the A 1.6 million of drugs: gang jailed for massive supply conspiracy
A GANG who plotted to flood the streets with A 1.6 million of drugs were caught red-handed after police raided their makeshift laboratory at a house in Radcliffe.
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Fri Feb 28, 2014
This Is Lancashire
Runaway Briton 'kidnapped in Spain'
Mr Brennan was last seen in Alicante on January 24 when he was stopped in a friend's car by several men who posed as officers.
New York Daily News
Spain's Royal wedding cake baker battered into bankruptcy
The royal wedding of Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia featured the works of baker Francisco Torreblanca - also known as Paco - who has ben forced to file for voluntary bankruptcy.
Expat gets pension restored by This is Money after it fell 80,000
An expat who saw the money in his pension pot plunge by almost 80,000 after receiving bad investment advice has got it back thanks to the intervention of This is Money.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Photo District News
Sebastian Liste Wins 2014 Alexia Foundation Grant of $20k
This morning the Alexia Foundation announced that Sebastin Liste has won the $20,000 2014 professional grant for his ongoing project "The New Culture of Violence in Latin America."
Good response for meeting about rural break-ins
Nearly 100 people attended a public meeting at Venta Los Arcos between Coin and Cartama on Monday to hear how setting up neighbourhood watch schemes could help reduce house burglary in the area.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Spanish Costa Blanca civil war atrocities history
Gerena , 25 Jan , . Archaeologists found the first bones on Tuesday in a mass grave belonging to women known as the ' 17 roses ', who were executed by firing squad during the Spanish Civil War 74 years ago for being related to republican militants.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
New Discovery in IVF Treatment Will Increase Success Rates
Leading UK newspapers The Times and Daily Mail have this week both reported on a new IVF treatment breakthrough made by scientists, who have managed to discover the chemical signal which predicts whether an embryo will be accepted by the womb or not.
Inter Press Service
Political Commitment, Not Just Aid, Needed for Saharawi People
Members of the Malaga Association of Friendship with the Saharawi People in the storehouse where they collected food to be sent with the Caravan for Peace to the Saharawi camps at Tindouf, in the Algerian desert.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
College hosts large-scale art exhibit
Spanish artist Rafael Lopez offers a moving and contemplative exhibition of large-scale paintings, "Rite of Passage" in three art galleries at Western Nevada College in Carson City.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Spain Op Reveals Colombia-Led Money Laundering Network
Police in Spain have dismantled a transnational Colombia-led criminal network responsible for laundering around $7 million in drug money, underlining the European nation's strategic importance to Latin American groups for drug trafficking and money laundering.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
WNC News & Notes: Works portray a cultural and artistic journey
Spanish artist Rafael Lopez offers a moving and contemplative exhibition of large scale paintings, "Rite of Passage," in three art galleries at Western Nevada College.