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Happy Halloween at the EWN

UNWITTING visitors to the head offices of The Euro Weekly News got a scary surprise last Friday when they found that the whole team had magically transformed themselves into witches and warlocks, and the offices were decorated accordingly! Everyone, including the Managing Directors, Sales, Reception, Accounts, Editorial, Production and Design, got into the spooky spirit and put on their witches’ hats. There were even a few ghostly ghouls and strange monsters running around! The team enjoyed a festive Halloween feast…

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Junta honours Maurice Boland

LAST Thursday, October 23, the Costa del Sol Business Awards Ceremony took place as part of the Foreign Residents Business Day at the El Fuerte Hotel in Marbella. About 200 foreign resident businessmen and women, attended the ceremony judged by a panel of respected and leading business people from Andalucia, including the Managing Director of the EWN Media Group, Michel Euesden, and officials like Oscar Fernandez, director of CADE (Business Development Support Centre) Marbella, and Jeronimo Perez, president of the…

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A big thank you

ON behalf of all the EWN staff, clients and readers, Steven and I would like to say a great big thank you to the Royal British Legion – a small group of fantastic people who are doing such a phenomenal amount on behalf of the rest of us who are doing so very little – we applaud you all. This week we beg each and every one of you to please buy a poppy, which will be such a small…

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Interview with Steven Euesden Owner of The Euro Weekly News

Steven Euesden together with his wife Michel Euesden, has owned the English Newspaper The Euro Weekly News for 10 years. Everything has to start somewhere and the origins of the company behind The Euro Weekly News are easily pinpointed. After all, we’re not talking the source of the Nile here, but hey – the journey from there to here has not been without its hazards. And anyone with doubts about the Theory of Evolution should give it a second chance…

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A letter of thanks

Dear Michel, Many thanks to The Euro Weekly News for giving a whole page to Maurice Boland and his team at REM and our volunteers who worked with them. It was a record-breaking appeal, both in donations pledged of 70,000 plus euros, and a whole week of radio time donated to the event. Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice owes a great deal to Maurice. His devotion to our charity is outstanding which over the years has resulted in incredible financial rewards…

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The Costa comes up golden for Cudeca

Dear Readers, This is an opportunity to thank you for your generosity and support for the Cudeca 2007 REM Telethon and take you behind the scenes. Maurice Boland December 14th 8am: It was still dark as I left home and all indications were that it was going to be a cold, grey day. Was this a signal of impending doom? I privately feared that this year’s Telethon was not going to be easy. The coastal areas are suffering in the…

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Euro Weekly News walks the walk for cancer

THE editorial team from Michel Euesden’s Euro Weekly News’ head office in Benalmadena, Malaga, took part in the fifth annual walkathon for cancer charity Cudeca on Sunday, September 23 to raise money for the hospice which looks after patients suffering from terminal cancer, free of charge, and their families during the illness and in the subsequent bereavement process. The team took part in the five-kilometre-long walk and the route led participants from the start of the event at the Sunset Beach…

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Euro Weekly News goes global

RESTAURANT bosses Max Norini and partner Kelly can vouch that The Euro Weekly News reaches all four corners of the globe. The owners of Jose’s in Portals Nous were shocked to receive phone calls from pals as far away as Bermuda and England’s sleepy Forest of Dean after the newspaper revealed they were organising a Masterchef-style search for a new chef. “People were calling us saying they had read about the restaurant online. We were even contacted by some old…

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