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New York Visits Salobreña

By Louise Powell

Salobreña will play host to the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of New York, comprising of 30 singers and 50 musicians, on the 12th of July. »

Lawsuit Loony

By David Darby

Well, New York has now produced the lawsuit to beat all lawsuits… Anton Purisima, 62, decided that he would sue just about everybody he has ever met and some that he hasn't. The amount he is looking for in this action? Two undecillion dollars! That is a two followed by 36 zeros. »

Breaking & Entering?

By David Darby

It must be great to have friends with lovely houses that they don't use that often. So it was that a family decided to stay in a rather posh area of New York over the New Year period in a cottage owned by their friend. However, when they arrived on December 30th at... »

Almuñécar Antiques Loaned to New York

By Louise Powell

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has requested several antique objects to be put temporarily on display there. »

Nadal Not Impressed

By Vivienne Hughes

World-famous, Spanish tennis player, Rafa Nadal, snubbed the Minister of Public Health, Ana Mato at the US Open in New York. »

Spam Scam Parking Ticket

By Editor

Internet users in Spain are receiving mysterious NYK parking fines. New York State Police are warning people of yet another fake parking ticket scam. The state's computer crimes unit says a spam message is popping up in people's email in-boxes, claiming to be a traffic ticket. »

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