Excitement is brewing as the pinnacle of women’s football is set to unfold in a spectacular clash between England and Spain in the World Cup final.
A man stands accused of grave public disorder and an affront to authority after bombarding officers objects up to the size of butane bottles.
Yesterday harvested the lives of three toddlers in separate accidents across the country. We have already covered the drowning of a 4-year old in Órgiva, but two more died on the same day.
While curing a November cold I have watched a lot of Spanish TV, like Menuda Noche and La Tarde Aqui y Ahora on Canal Sur.
Motril Salobreña and Almuñécar have issued decrees over the use of TV’s on bar terraces during the World Cup.
The Guardia Civil in Almuñécar have arrested a 16-year-old lad for allegedly carrying out two burglaries.
There’s a very popular TV series on Spanish television called Hermano Mayor; not to be confused with Gran Hermano: the former is Older Brother and the latter is Big Brother, with all its connotations.