With this article, the online version of the Seaside Gazette reaches the 4,000-article mark, after starting out in April 2009. We reached the 3,000th post mark on November the 26th last year, meaning that we have increased our article stock by 25% in only ten months.
What could the World Section be without a damn good fake penis story? Well, in this case, it’s the story of Devis Licciardi…
We are constantly bombarded with news of people in trusted positions, from just about every religion, who are arrested for some sort of sexual deviancy.
Last Sunday, the 22nd of September saw a large group of cyclists participating in the La Ciudad, Sin Mi Coche campaign.
Giorgio Castagneri was a great success in the Jardín Museo del Bonsái de Almuñécar where he gave a conference on Sunday the 22nd.
It looks like a scene from World War Z, starring Brad Pitt, but this is the security fence around Spanish, North African enclave, Melilla.
The Province of Granada registered a 12% increase in tourists during July and August, which is mainly thanks to internal tourism.
From today until this Sunday, Órgiva and visitors will be enjoying its annual Reales Ferias Fiestas.
A dead dolphin was washed up on Almuñécar’s Playa del Muerto (Deadman’s Beach) yesterday afternoon, Wednesday the 25th September.
After the teachers in the Balearic Islands had been on strike for ten days, a conservative MP dropped a bomb shell: parents who are supporting the teachers strike run the risk of having their children removed from their care for not ensuring that they children go to school.