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Archive for: September, 2012

Guilty! Terry banned by FA for four games and is fined £220,000

FORMER England captain John Terry has been found guilty by the Football Association of racially abusing an opponent. TheChelseacaptain has been banned for four domestic matches and fined £220,000, pending appeal. He was found guilty at an FA hearing of directing abuse at Queen’s Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during a Premier League match last […]

Jet2.com lead the way

Leading leisure airline, Jet2.com, has been named ‘Best Airline for Groups’ at the Group Leisure Awards 2012. Previously a runner-up in the category, Jet2.com has staved off stiff competition from well-known rival brands including Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Emirates, Flybe and Singapore Airlines. The category rewards airlines offering the best service to groups – from […]

New pension reform

Over half a million new people saving in a pension by Christmas – DWP figures on automatic enrolment. Latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) show more than half a million people will be saving in a workplace pension for the first time by Christmas, thanks to the biggest shake-up in UK […]

Holidays Just Got Better

Thomson has unveiled its new Holidays Just Got Better advertising campaign, which aims to highlight how holidays have changed over the last 50 years and how Thomson excels at offering modern, unique and expertly designed holiday experiences for our customers. The advert features the new Dreamliner, reinforcing the message that Thomson is set to be […]

This could wipe the smile off the face of Mona Lisa

MONA LISA, the world’s most famous painting, may not have been the original version according to experts. The Swiss-based Mona Lisa Foundation believes that Leonardo da Vinci actually painted an earlier vision of the iconic masterpiece. And that is why the group is to display what they believe is the real deal at an unveiling […]

Andy Williams, just too good to be true!

ANDY WILLIAMS, the handsome American singer who defined easy listening for more than six decades, lost his long battle with bladder cancer on Tuesday. The 84-year-old, who was the epitome of wholesome, captured the hearts of millions throughout the world during his long career. He shot to fame in the USwith Moon River, the beautiful […]

EastEnders leaves rivals in the shade

EASTENDERS have trumped Coronation Street by collecting Best Soap title and six others at the Inside Soap Awards, held inLondonon Tuesday. The BBC1 show’s haul at the soap magazine’s big night saw the Best Actress award picked up by Gillian Wright, who plays Jean Slater. It was poignant moment because, earlier this year, following complaints […]

Cocaine mastermind is given 28-year sentence

A 61-YEAR-OLD Blackpool man, behind a plot to smuggle 1.5 tonnes of cocaine into the UK, has been jailed for 28 years. John Brooks, 61, who had been living inMarbellaand was said to be a career criminal, assembled a crew to import the cocaine by boat. A multi-agency operation, led by the Serious Organised Crime […]

Dangerous Dog Licence a must!

ACCION Del Sol would like to remind you that as well as registering your dog at your local Town Hall, the following dogs, regardless of breed or size, do require an additional “Dangerous Dog Licence”. Pit Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Rottweiler, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasileiro, Tosa Inu andAkitaInu. Accion has a […]

Live Arico supporters

Fasnia Refuge benefit THE Fasnia Refuge, which takes care of Live Arico’s dogs, is holding a benefit night on Wednesday (3rd Oct) at Restaurant Maria, El Nautico Suites, Golf del Sur from 7.30pm. The owner, Solange, is a hard-working volunteer at the refuge and knows better than anyone exactly what is needed most urgently, so […]

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