Euesdens In The News

EWN and SpectrumFM join forces

Michel and Steven Euesden are pleased to announce an exciting new partnership between Euro Weekly News and SpectrumFM. We arrived on the Costa del Sol in 1996 with our young son in tow, full of hope and ambition. Over the past years we have succeeded in establishing and growing the Euro Weekly News into a must-read for expats in Spain every Thursday. We offer a readership – over six editions – right the way through from Sotogrande to Valencia and the Balearics.…

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Spring Garden Party a huge success

WHEN it comes to showing their support for a good cause, the ex-pats on the Costa del Sol really know how to do it in style, and this was proved once again at the Spring Garden Party in aid of Age Concern held last Thursday. More than 500 people headed to the Sohail Castle in Fuengirola to show their support for Age Concern and more than 20,000 euros were raised which will fund the training of over 100 Age Concern…

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Fantastic Turnout for ACEM

On Saturday, February 6, more than 200 members of the Mojacar business community attended the official launch of ACEM, the Mojacar business association at the Hotel El Puntazo. In attendance were a good mixture of foreign as well as Spanish businessmen and women. A 35-minute presentation was delivered in Spanish and English by ACEM President Karin Schröter, with the help of Keith Sellers, which explained the principal aims of ACEM, i.e. to promote Mojacar and the surrounding areas, nationally and…

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Piers Morgan interviews The Euesdens

Piers Morgan Interview

In 2010 Piers Morgan came to Marbella to film an episode for ITV. Find out what happened when the debonair sophisticated star of Britain’s Got Talent met the formidable passionate and determined girl from Rochdale with her successful husband at their home in Southern Spain. Watch Piers interview Michel and Steven Euesden:

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Euro Weekly News Group

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 after looking at how over the last 12 years the paper has become the largest free English language newspaper in Spain.…

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Benidorm Has Talent raises the roof

The 25 finalists competed for the 2,000-euro first prize and almost 7,000 euros was raised for cancer charity AECC on the night. On Sunday, November 29, almost 800 people in Benidorm Palace found out one thing: Benidorm Really Has Talent. The finalists consisted of 25 acts selected from 110 at the previous weekend’s heats. The event was in aid of raising awareness and gathering funds for Spanish cancer charity AECC. As the people started to pour into the superb venue,…

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WOW Factor 2009 Fantastic Final

Last Sunday, November 15, saw the highly anticipated Grand Final of the WOW Factor 2009, in the Sala Fortuna at the five-star Torrequebrada Hotel in Benalmadena. Several thousand euros were raised at this competition in support of Cudeca’s Cancer Care Hospice (final figure not known at time of going to print). Around 200 guests enjoyed the pre-concert meal, and were later joined by a further 200 people to see the final 12 contestants compete for the coveted first prize. Despite…

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Cudeca re-raffle raises 377 euros

The 32-inch plasma TV was donated by Michel and Steven Euesden ON May 2, EWN directors Michel and Steven Euesden donated a 32-inch plasma TV in a charity event organised by Bunny Lane. But by the end of the deadline to claim it nobody had come forward, we decided to raffle the TV again, also in aid of Cudeca, on Friday, July 3, at 9pm at The Blue Moon Pub on Bonanza Square in Benalmadena Costa. There was also an…

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Fraud abroad: Closing in on benefit thieves in Spain

‘They’re leeches on both societies’ – Michel Euesden in interview with BBC News WHILE expatriate pensioners living in Spain struggle to make ends meet due to the devaluation of the pound against the euro, there are many Brits who are raking in thousands of pounds in UK benefits, which they are not entitled to, whilst living and working in Spain. In light of this, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has extended its successful benefit cheats hotline to the…

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