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Brave cancer fighter Leo, 4, needs your help

AN Almeria family are in a race against time to raise £150,000 (€176,000) to send their critically ill son to the USA for treatment that could save his life. Four-year-old Leo Bermejo has one of the most aggressive forms of cancer seen in children and has already had several tumours removed. The operations and subsequent chemotherapy have left him brain damaged but his mother Karen says he is fighting back and determined to overcome the effects of his treatment. “He…

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The Euesdens Sponsor the World Vision Gala Dinner

Michel and Steven Euesden, owners of the Euro Weekly News, are proud to invite you all to the World Vision Gala Dinner in Marbella’s Puente Romano Hotel. We think this is a very worthy cause which is why we’re choosing to sponsor the venture – and we’re sure you’ll all agree. World Vision helps communities with long-term development projects, emergency relief operations and advocacy programs. The World Vision Gala dinner takes place on May 24 from 8pm at the Puente Romano Hotel with…

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Flood Aid Dinner Dance raises €12000

The Euesdens Attend Mojacar Flood Aid Dinner Dance

It truly was a night to remember, and one that will have a lasting effect on the lives of 17 families that were badly hit by the recent floods in Almeria . An amazing €12,000 was raised for the flood victims at a charity dinner-dance followed by an auction and raffle at the El Mar la Mar in Villaricos. Around 100 people attended the big fund-raising event hoping for prizes thatincluded a round of golf with English cricketer Ian Botham, a weekend for…

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The Euesdens Making Festival News

The seventh Marbella International Film Festival came to a close with a gala evening and awards ceremony on Sunday (October 7) and Euro Weekly News was suitably glammed up for the occasion. The film festival, hosted by the H10 Andalucia Plaza Hotel at Puerto Banus, was sponsored by Euro Weekly News and saw awards presented to winners in five film categories.

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The Euesdens and The Community Step Up For Tomas

EVERY picture tells a story. Collectively the photographs tell of happiness… happiness that donations, big and small, from everyone involved, will bring to Tomas. Many members of Euro Weekly News eeam burst into Puerto Banus, Elviria and La Cala with the aim of raising funds to help local boy Tomas Leighton, 7, who has cerebral palsy, is almost totally blind, and suffers from epilepsy. In total they raised €2,063 on the day. British Consul for Andalucia Steve Jones, commenting on the collection and…

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EWN survey provides an in-depth intriguing insight

MORE than 85 per cent of our more than 500,000 readers ensure they read Euro Weekly News, published by Michel and Steven Euesden,euesden every week. On top of that, 66 per cent of the newspaper’s readers spend from 30 minutes up to an hour scouring through the various sections, from News to Adverts, Business to Columns, Health to Motoring, not forgetting of course Sport, Food, Business, the Classified and Service advertising sections, and much more. Only 2 per cent of…

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Equal rights for all in Javea

THURSDAY the 30 of September in the year of our lord 2010 will be remembered as the day Javea dusted off its secular cobwebs and stepped bravely into the sunlight of the 21st Century. At approximately 9.45pm, the Javea Council voted unanimously to adopt the EU Charter of Human Rights, giving all citizens of the borough equal opportunities regardless of sex, race, colour, creed or language. This decision followed closely in the footsteps of Benissa Council who through the persistence…

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Marbella’s star-studded charity gala

As hotel guests Michelle Obama and daughter were enjoying the Costa del Sol, ‘Desperate Housewives’ star and founder of the ‘Eva’s Heroes’ charity, Eva Longoria, and 500 others attended the 1,000 euro a head Starlite charity gala held at Villa Padierna Hotel. The star-studded gala was co-hosted by Malaga actor Antonio Banderas, accompanied by his wife Melanie Griffith and their daughter, Stella del Carmen, who admitted himself that he doesn’t show his face at many parties, but this one was…

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Obamas fly in to a birthday prediction

MICHELLE OBAMA flew into Malaga yesterday afternoon with her younger daughter, at the start of a four-day luxury Marbella holiday during which they will have at least 68 Secret Service staff keeping watch over them. Their safety will also be ensured by some 250 Spanish police and Guardia Civil. Meanwhile husband Barack was celebrating his 49th birthday alone in Chicago… unaware that astrology.com stargazer was predicting ” It’s a good time to get lost and let your subconscious mind work…

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