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Alethea Borgman

Digital Journalist based in Malaga, Spain. Joined on Feb 12, 2009
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Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe denies being a pot head

Daniel Radcliffe, the 20-year-old star of the "Harry Potter" series was captured smoking what looked like a marijuana joint on a mobile phone camera at a London party. A fellow guest said Radcliffe declared he "loved weed."

Op-Ed: A dirty fish called Panga

Panga fish, otherwise known as Catfish, Bassa, Iridiscent Shark or Pangasius hypophthalmus, is being introduced into the European marketplace as a sustainable alternative to cod or other non-sustainable species.

Worst Malaga fire this Summer finally under control

A wildfire which broke out earlier this week in Estepona, a region to the west of Malaga, Spain, has finally been brought under control, according to a report today by El Mundo.

First female ‘Angolan Giraffe’ born in Malaga, Spain

A female Angolan giraffe (also known as the 'Smoky Giraffe') has been born at the Selwo Adventure Park in Estepona, in the province of Malaga.

Spanish Police uncover 'ham-loving' counterfeit criminals

Police in Spain have smashed an illegal set-up which is thought to have netted over 6 million Euros in unlawfully tendered fake notes of 20 and 50 euro denominations. The network brought in 50,000 Euros in counterfeit notes into the Spain every month.

No sex, alcohol or cigarettes; Spain imposes tough new laws

Northern European and British tourists arriving on the Spanish Costas this summer can rest assured that the weather will be hot, the sangria will flow and siestas are still commonplace.

Former Wall Street broker arrested in Spain

Julian Tzolov, a former Credit Suisse Group AG broker, who faces charges of security fraud and bail jumping for illegally selling subprime mortgages, has been arrested in Spain following an international manhunt.

Oldest woman to give birth dies at 69, twins now orphaned

A 69-year-old Spanish woman has died following the birth of her 2-year-old twins who were conceived under alleged 'deceit' when she convinced a U.S. fertility clinic she was young enough to give birth and subsequently received fertility treatment.

Man gored to death in annual bull-run

Spain's Pamplona's 'San Fermin' fiesta has claimed the life of a man in the second of it's bull running events. It is the first fatality since 2003. A further three people have suffered injuries and are in hospital.

Surgeons restore blind mans sight using one of his teeth

A blind man has seen his wife for the first time following revolutionary surgery which helped restore his sight using one of his teeth.

Two children dead following major blaze in Camberwell, London

The London Fire Brigade have said that two children have died and 30 people have been rescued with a further 13 receiving treatment in hospital following a major fire in South London.

Overuse of Madeleine McCann keywords an 'oversight'

The Liverpool Echo and it's sister site the Post, claim they did not deliberately use keywords tagged as 'madeleine mccann, madeleine mcgann, kate mcgann, kate mccann' to non-related news stories and it was an 'oversight.'

Signs of economic recovery finally emerge on the Costa del Sol Special

The pain in the Costa del Sol region of Spain may be easing as discounted property prices encourage bargain hunters back in their droves and newly launched businesses flourish.

Op-Ed: ‘This is not America’

First of all music is a personal thing. If it wasn't then I’d love the Spice girls, Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson.

Russian Costa del Sol gang injects hostage with ‘KGB virus’

Four Russians have been arrested during a police operation on the Costa del Sol Spain, after injecting their victim with what they maintained to be an experimental KGB virus, claiming he would die in 24 hours.

'DJ pop gang' arrested in alleged iTunes royalty scam

Nine people are being held in custody after allegedly earning £200,000 ($320,000) by buying their own records from iTunes and Amazon with stolen and cloned credit cards.

Illegal Worker sues Spanish firm after severed limb was binned

An illegal immigrant working for a Spanish bakery is suing his employer after they threw out his severed arm, following an accident with a mixer.

Ramsay regrets ‘offensive comments’ after a roasting down-under

TV and celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay has publicly apologised to an Australian female TV-star presenter over "inappropriate and offensive" comments he made towards her, following a grilling from the Australian Prime minister and his own mother.

Blind music maestro is dubbed 'human iPod'

Derek Paravicini is blind and severely disabled. Yet this gifted pianist, who is unable to read Braille or music and can barely count, is able to play anything by hearing it just once.

Convicted UK pedophile demands cash for McCann questions

Pedophile Raymond Hewlett has issued demands for a slice of the Madeleine Fund in return for his answers to questions to help uncover crucial evidence in the McCanns' international appeal to seek answers in the abduction of their daughter.
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