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This week in France - Trouble shows no sign of settling

This week in France – Trouble shows no sign of settling

Trouble shows no sign of settling France saw an increase in arrests on New Year's Eve as well as an increase in the number of...
This week in Russia - Set free

This week in Russia – Set free

Set free Russian blockchain expert Pavel Lerner was freed by his abductors in Ukraine last Friday.Mr Lerner, 40, a leading analyst at cryptocurrency company Exmo, was...
This week in the Netherlands - Moving with the times

This week in the Netherlands – Moving with the times

Moving with the times According to a recent analysis, crowdfunding, crowd financing, and crowd investing in the Netherlands showed strong growth of 31 percent last...
Mercedes-Benz 770K Grosser Offener Tourenwagen

This week in Germany

FUHRER'S fortune A Mercedes-Benz 770K Grosser Offener Tourenwagen once owned by Adolf Hitler is to be put up for auction next month. The auction house...
Mjøstårnet

This week in Scandinavia

WORLD record height NORWAY is about to be the home of the world’s tallest wooden building. “Mjøstårnet” will be more than 80 metres tall and...
Reykjavík

This week in Iceland

AWARD winning capital...again The 2018 Luxury Travel Guide (LTG) has named Reykjavík as the European Adventure Destination of the Year. This is the second consecutive...
LACTALIS

This week in France

LACTALIS under investigation FRENCH prosecutors have opened an investigation into the country’s dairy giant Lactalis following 20 cases of salmonella infection in small children. Nearly...
RAMZAN KADYROV

This week in Russia

WHY? THE RUSSIAN internet watchdog has demanded an explanation from Facebook and Instagram over the blocking of social media accounts belonging to the controversial Chechen...
Caught on camera

This week in the Netherlands

CAUGHT on camera ROTTERDAM FOOTBALL CLUB Feyenoord has suspended a player for one match and two training sessions after he was caught on camera eating...
This week in Iceland - Rudolph’s on the move

This week in Iceland – Rudolph’s on the move

Rudolph’s on the move DRIVERS in East Iceland are being warned to keep an eye out for reindeer that are being frequently spotted on the...
This week in Germany - The woman not standing

This week in Germany – The woman not standing

The woman not standing A 78-YEAR-old man was arrested after he tried to pressure a young woman on a train into giving up her seat...
This week in Scandinavia - Very high ho ho ho

This week in Scandinavia – Very high ho, ho, ho!

Very high ho, ho, ho! AN inflatable Santa Claus has been given pride of place at the top of the Hornelen Mountain in Norway’s Nordfjord...
This week in France - Stop right now

This week in France – Stop right now

Stop right now The French data protection agency has ordered WhatsApp to stop sharing user data with parent company Facebook or face sanctions.Commission Nationale de...
This week in Russia - Shocking sentence

This week in Russia – Shocking sentence

Shocking sentence A Moscow court has sentenced a former Russian economy minister to eight years in a high-security prison for corruption. Alexei Ulyukayev was also...
This week in the Netherlands - Enlisting help

This week in the Netherlands – Enlisting help

Enlisting help THE FAMILY of Dutch model Ivana Smit have hired a lawyer to help them find out exactly how their 18-year-old daughter died in...
This week in Iceland - Games on iceland

This week in Iceland – Games on iceland

Games on Iceland GAME of Thrones‘ 8th season will partially be shot in Iceland next February.  It is expected that the crew and cast will...
This week in Germany - USA for Europe

This week in Germany – USA for Europe

USA for Europe THE LEADER of Germany’s Social Democratic party has put down his red lines for talks to form another coalition government with Angela...
This week in Scandinavia - Plastic to fabric

This week in Scandinavia – Plastic to fabric

Plastic to fabric RATHER than plastic, all shoppers on the Danish island of Samsø will from next year be asked to use shopping bags made...
This week in France - Mobile phone ban

This week in France – Mobile phone ban

Mobile phone ban FRANCE’S EDUCATION MINISTER recently announced that mobile phones will be banned from primary, junior, and middle schools, calling it a matter of...
This week in Russia - You’ve got it wrong

This week in Russia – You’ve got it wrong

You’ve got it wrong THREE MORE Russian athletes - biathlete Olga Zaytseva and cross-country skiers Yulia Chekaleva and Anastasia Dotsenko - are appealing lifetime bans...
This week in the Netherlands - Teen Moms

This week in the Netherlands – Teen Moms

Teen moms THE NETHERLANDS has the lowest rate of teenage motherhood in the entire EU, the national statistics office CBS said on Monday. In total,...
This week in Germany - Market bomb discovered

This week in Germany – Market bomb discovered

Market bomb discovered GERMAN police were searching for the sender of a package initially feared to contain a bomb found near a Christmas market in...

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Port in Marbella to begin dredging works

THE Port of Cabopino in Marbella has begun to dredge its banks to clear the way for the passage of large ships. Approval has been...

Tributes pour in following the death of Costa Blanca radio favourite

TRIBUTES continue to pour in after the sudden death of local radio presenter Peter Hurst. It is understood that the very popular afternoon show host...

Police find drugs hidden in pineapples at Alicante-Elche airport

THE Guardia Civil and the Spanish Tax Agency have intercepted a shipment of drugs hidden in plaster figures. The items were found during a...

Costa Blanca forest firefighter numbers up to 700

DECISIONS taken at both provincial and regional levels of government mean that around 700 troops will be allocated this summer to help fight forest...

National Police crack down on fake World Cup kit sellers

NATIONAL POLICE officers have arrested seven men for their part in selling fake sportswear in a Denia street market. According to a report in...

FOR FOG’S SAKE: Holidaymakers confused at start of summer weather

HOLIDAYMAKERS were left puzzled after parts of the Costa del Sol were this week enveloped by a blanket of thick fog. Known locally as...

Final stages of work on popular Cost del Sol spot

WORK on the new Plaza-Mirador in Estepona has entered its final stages and is set for completion this Tuesday. An opening ceremony and proclamation is...

Safety tests ahead of Corvera airport move

AHEAD of the planned opening towards the end of this year, a number of tests are being carried out at the new Corvera Airport...

New PSOE government scraps AP-7 tolls

THE change of national government has resulted in a positive announcement for all those drivers who pay tolls on the AP-7 motorway. According to an...

BITING BACK: Costa Blanca begins mosquito war with €3 MILLION budget

SIX municipalities known as ‘The Alacanti’ have again combined forces to combat the threat of bugs and insects. They have allocated more than €3...

RTN Newspaper – Costa del Sol Edition Issue #060

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RTN Newspaper – South Edition Issue #974

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Chaos at Malaga Airport’s passport control causes outrage

ALTHOUGH passengers arrived at Malaga Airport on time and passed through security checks quickly, they were horrified to discover huge queues at passport control...