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international

Lula’s campaign buses come under fire in south

Former president of Brazil and currently candidate in the upcoming presidential elections, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has called off his road campaign which has been subject to a violent reception in a...

health

Inspectors confiscate illegal meat products

In Mallorca Spanish police confiscated 50 tons of frozen meat and arrested the owner and two managers of a company that had been selling meat which had passed its use-by limit to schools, hotels and restaurants...

economy

Domestic cost for finance charges in European Union

The European Commission yesterday proposed that all transactions in euros between EU countries would cost the same as those carried out at national level, thus extending the regulation to all members states...

State moderates reaction

Central government contains reaction, Rivera celebrates the end to Puigdemont’s “flight”, Sánchez says law is for all and Iglesias regrets arrest

internationaL

Community pays homage to Trèbes victims

A memorial Mass was celebrated in the French town of Trèbes, in honour of four people killed by an Islamist gunman on Friday. One of them, policeman Lt-Col Arnaud Beltrame, has been hailed as a hero for...

international

First non-stop Australia-UK flight lands

The first non-stop flight between Australia and the United Kingdom landed yesterday at 5.03 am as scheduled at London’s Heathrow airport. The flight, operated by the Australian national carrier Qantas...

health

iNatal, a new App launched to aid pregnant women

Pregnant women now have a new tool to guide them towards a more peaceful and healthy pregnancy for themselves and their babies. The iNatal App, which provides guidelines for nutrition and wellness to suit...

Vettel outfoxes Hamilton in Australian GP

A repeat on last year with Ferrari turning the tables on Mercedes in Melbourne yesterday. With Hamilton taking the pole he looked favourite, but Ferrari played a game of tense strategy which paid off,...

international

Zuckerberg apologises with full-page ads

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg apologized to Britons on Sunday over a “breach of trust”, taking out full page advertisements in British newspapers after a political consultancy got its hands...