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Foreigners in Kayaks Rescued

By Vivienne Hughes

A Guardia Civil customs launch was called in to rescue three people in kayaks some two nautical miles out to sea. »

Frenchwoman Swept into the Sea

By Hugh MacArthur

The emergency services are searching for a French tourist who was swept into the sea, on Wednesday around 16.30h in Portocolom (Mallorca). »

Flash Floods Kill Five

By Hugh MacArthur

The death toll as of 08.00h this morning stands at five, but there are still people unaccounted for on the island of Mallorca. »

Laughing Gas No Laughing Matter

By Martin Myall

The Guardia Civil confiscated 53,000 capsules of laughing gas, thousands of dosage devices and 7,000 balloons in the Sant Antoni, Ibiza. »

Swiss Couple Hit by Lightning

By Vivienne Hughes

A Swiss couple were badly injured yesterday after being struck by lightning when they were sightseeing from the Torre de Cala in Basset, which is a vantage point in Adratax (Mallorca). »

German Molester Arrested

By Martin Myall

The Policía Local in Llucmajor (Palma Mallorca) arrested a young German man for allegedly attempting to sexual abuse a 19-year-old woman as she was entering her home. »

Danish Toddler Drowns

By Vivienne Hughes

A Danish toddler drowned in a private pool on a rented rural property in Llucmajor, Mallorca on the last day of July. »

Andalusian Death Duties

By Hugh MacArthur

Death duties in Andalucia are scandalous and unjustifiable; that’s not an editorial comment but rather a widely held belief amongst most people here. »

False Cancer-Cure Drug

By Vivienne Hughes

The Policía Nacional on the Balearic Islands have arrested two universitiy professors at the UIB (Universidad de las Islas Baleares) for fraud involving a false medicine. »

Large Shark Washed Up

By Hugh MacArthur

One thing is stumbling across a washed up dolphin, and quite another is bumping into a shark nearly four metres long, even if it is dead. »

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