According to a big article in the Euro Weekly News (page 31 under the Food & Health section, see it here) a large US Pistachios maker (Kraft Foods) has confirmed that a large number of its Pistachio products may have been contaminated by salmonella and are recalling a large number of its products. According the article consumers “are advised to stop eating pistachio products until the scope of the contamination can be positively ascertained”. Worth Continue reading Avoid Pistachios, they may be contaminated with Salmonella
The Euro Weekly News (you remember, our local TV Times that only distributes to advertisers) claims this week, over a staggering 4 pages (left no room for anything else but UK TV schedules and adverts), that it publishes 103,000 copies a week. Those poor trees. Yet, on it’s website, it proudly displays it’s printing bill “so we can see the truth”… they add up to 79,900 copies. http://www.euroweeklynews.com/print_run.html Ignoring the fact the two different bills Continue reading 103,000 copies distributed, but they only pay for 79,900 copies?
I was having a coffee with my mate Gareth, who is Reception Manager at Camping Los Gallardos, the big place just off the motorway in Los Gallardos, when he told me about the latest decision by the Euro Weekly. It seems that Camping Los Gallardos has always received, and distributed fully, at least two bundles of the Euro Weekly a week. Remember, it’s probably one of the few bustling places around at the moment, over Continue reading More reasons why the EuroWeekly is crap
Southern Spains worst newspaper, the “Euro Weekly”, has decided to turn its guns upon ex-owner Lenox Napier; apparently they are suing him for libel. The back story to this little tale of lies, deceit, intrigue and excitement can be found on his website here: fraudinspain or his rather interesting blog. Lenox has never been shy in shouting about his past dealings with the fake tanned one. (Who wears fake tan in Spain?). Not content with Continue reading Euroweekly shows its true colours