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Issue No 19 | 11th October 2019 | Every Friday | NewsDesk : newsdesk@sunshinenews.es | Website sunshinenews.es

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COMPLETE RECONSTRUCTION FOR CAMPOAMOR’S LA GLEA BEACH

Out of work Figures recorded at the end of last month have revealed that a total of 7,008 people were registered as unemployed and looking for work in Torrevieja. This figure is 9.7% more than in August, which finished with 6,389 people out of work, and ties in with the end of the summer season. The sector most affected is the services

Councillor for Infrastructure at the town hall of Orihuela, Ángel Noguera, has announced that the promenade area of the La Glea beach in Campoamor will be redesigned and rebuilt from scratch after almost the entire area was devastated by the gota fría flooding.

Due to the extensive damage caused by the 250 litres of torrential rain that swept the new promenade away, which had only been inaugurated the previous summer, and literally split the beach road in two, the whole of the promenade and road must be reconstructed rather than just repaired.

The councillor will be meeting with the provincial service manager for beaches on 22 October to discuss the directives of the new project, which they hope to get underway as soon as possible.

La Glea beach was one of the worst-hit areas on the coast, which also saw widespread damage to public benches, road signs, pavements, public walkways and property walls as well as the

sector, which registered an increase of 11.9% people unemployed and translates as an extra 574 people looking for work. Despite the time of the year, in which the unemployment level is always expected to rise, unemployment figures in the construction sector actually went down in Torrevieja at the end of September.

beaches and roads. The government has assigned a total of 11.4 million euro for urgent repairs on affected beaches on the Mediterranean coast, with 2,330,000 euro awarded to the province of Alicante, which some experts say is not enough. Several areas needing urgent repair, such as Elche, La Marina and Santa Pola, do not appear on the list of areas to which the money will go and the money will be spent on replacing sand

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WHAT THE VOTERS WANT A total of 185 proposals have been made by residents of Torrevieja that are to be included in the 2020 Participatory Budgets. According to Eduardo Dolón, Torrevieja’s Mayor, 153 of the new proposals were made online and 32 on paper and all of them can be seen on the municipality’s official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/

AyuntamientoTorrevieja/.

The most popular proposal has been the addition of a climbing wall in the Municipal Sports Centre, followed by the creation of a new special skatepark. Other ideas focus around improving the Vía Verde (Green Route), establishing cycle paths and better street cleaning. A special technical committee will assess each viable proposal to evaluate the cost and those that are economically workable will be approved by the governing body and incorporated into the Municipal Budget for next year, which the Mayor hopes to approve before the end of December.

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and removing debris in Denia, Calpe, Altea, Alicante, Torrevieja, Orihuela and Pilar de la Horadada instead. Other areas will receive financial aid to clean up dune areas and repair damages made to seafront promenades. These include Cap

Negret in Altea, La Fosa beach in Calpe, La Mata in Torrevieja, Cala Capitán and Cabo Roig beach in Orihuela Costa, El Mojón in Pilar de la Horadada and the dunes of Guardamar del Segura. The promenade of La Glea has not been included in this list either.

Generosity in Algorfa

CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS WEEKEND Clubs and associations from the Southern Costa Blanca and beyond are invited to the autumn edition of Expo Torrevieja being held on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 October at the International Auditorium, where a special zone has been set aside. The event is free to join and open to everyone, no matter how small or large a group you may be. With an estimated 8,000 plus visitors attending the last Expo Torrevieja, this is the perfect opportunity for local clubs, hobbyists, sports teams, theatre and performance groups, lunch clubs, charities, religious organisations, fundraisers plus national and international associations to promote themselves and what they do. With over 250 clubs and associations to be found on the Torrevieja.es official website alone, and an estimated 300 to 400 more in the region, both the

clubs and visitors to the Expo can find out more about each another all under one roof. Expo Torrevieja is working closely with the Town Hall to put together a definitive list of all the local Clubs and Associations, and everyone is invited. Already signed up are popular groups including the N332 traffic advice team, with information about driving in Spain and traffic laws, assisted by the team from Torrevieja Translators, who are extra busy helping residents transfer their driving licences preBrexit. If you'd like to join the Expo Torrevieja event, please drop an email to: Keith@ ExpoTorrevieja.com, with ‘Clubs and Associations’ in the subject line. Doors are open from 10.00am until 3.00pm on both days. Admission is Free, as is participation for all Clubs and Associations.

Visitors to a local food-based event in Algorfa, the XV Jornadas Gastronómicas de Algorfa, donated a total of 1,945 euro which is being donated to the AECC Spanish cancer charity.

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The local groups participating in the event, formed of associations and Peñas, each handed over 150 euro to the participants to purchase the

During this event, the Plaza de España was filled with tents and exhibitors all showcasing their goods and services for a good cause.

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CRIMINAL GANG DISMANTLED An organised crime gang dedicated to carrying out burglaries and break-ins of homes in the Vega Baja area has been dismantled by the Guardia Civil. Three people of Russian and Moldavian origin were arrested in Orihuela, San Miguel de Salinas and Novelda last month during the operation.

The gang carried out a series of robberies in which they stole items such as expensive jewellery and cash and made their getaway in cars with false license plates, which made their identification extremely difficult. The three criminals, aged between 35 and 59, are currently out on bail and awaiting trial.

RECOGNISING GREATNESS The region celebrated being Valencian on Wednesday, Día de la Comunidad Valenciana, a celebration with a long tradition since the fourteenth century, introduced by King Jaime II of Aragon, and paid tribute to local people who have made an impact on the region.

In the annual awards ceremony held on Wednesday, fashion designers, writers, singers, sportspeople, poets and academics were amongst those recognised for their achievements, but the work of the emergency services during the recent flooding was also highlighted, with awards given to many of those who risked their own health and wellbeing in order to help others who were in desperate situations across the area. This year, the highest

distinction award, to the poet Francisco Brines Bañó; designer Francis Montesinos; writer Rosa Serrano; and, posthumously, cultural activist Laura Pastor Collado, the only woman in the group. Consell de la Generalitat Distinctions were awarded to teams of civilian and military response for their work during the DANA 2019. For the Valencia region Wednesday was the first of two holidays this week, as Saturday is when the country celebrates being Spanish, with a so-called Red Day recognising Fiesta Nacional de España, held annually on October 12, commemorating the anniversary of Christopher Columbus's first arrival in the Americas, a day also celebrated in other countries.

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3 What every woman wants Anyone interested in the latest fashion might be interested in this event being held next Thursday, 17 October at the Domino Bar in Punta Prima. Glamour Fashions will be showcasing their autumn collection, with clothes and jewellery being modelled by live models on the catwalk.

The catwalk show commences at 1pm and during the afternoon a raffle will be held with all proceeds being donated to Age Concern.


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WEATHER CAUSES ALLERGY CASES TO RISE Pharmacists and medical professionals in the region have reported a huge increase in the number of visits from people with allergies this autumn.

A combination of the recent torrential rain and the abnormally high temperatures has resulted in a “second spring”, which has unfortunately brought with it a new wave of allergy to pollen. This second spring coincides with the flowering of various autumnal plants and flowers that many pollen sufferers are also allergic to. However, health professionals have explained that the current allergies are more intense as people think they are allergic to only one thing when, in reality, they are actually allergic to a substance that is present in many different places, which then become more severe as

they all add up. Another complication is the overuse of antiinflammatories and antihistamines, so the effectiveness of these medications is lessened. Hospitals have reported a rise in the number of cases where patients are being admitted in order to treat their allergies this autumn. In a bid to avoid hospital treatment, experts have advised those prone to allergies to only spend short amounts of time in garden and park areas, avoiding any unnecessary physical exercises in these areas, and to spend most of their time inside where it’s clean and dust-free. It’s best to keep windows closed unless ventilating the room, which is best done in the evening and to spray water in the air before going to bed.

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While strolling around the grounds of Orihuela’s castle last week, an unsuspecting visitor came across the skeletal remains of a human being, which had been unearthed after the DANA flooding that took place a month ago.

What looks like part of a human skull is now being examined by experts to establish exactly how long the remains had been buried there. Initial investigations seem to indicate that the skull could be just over three hundred years old and belong to a soldier who was stationed at the castle. Orihuela’s councillor for Historical Heritage, Rafael Almagro, commented that in 1707 the castle’s fortress was struck by lightning, which left it in ruins and killed 90 soldiers in the process, and he believes the remains belong to one them.

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WATER WATER EVERYWHERE Despite the recent rains, where some places saw a year´s worth of downpours in just 2 days, most of the water just washed itself away or went into the ground, leaving supplies still as low as they were before the floods.

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Across the country, the reservoirs stand at 40% of their capacity, whereas here in the Alicante province the figure is still just 33%, according to this week´s figures released by the water supply

The Pedrera reservoir is currently holding 67 cubic hectometres, just 27% of the capacity. Crevillente on the other hand is 69% full, albeit holding just 9 cubic hectometres.

The picture is slightly better than last year though, where the reservoirs held just 26% of their capacity, but it is considerably below the 42% average spread over the last decade.

PROPERTY FRAUDSTERS REACH COURT A trial will begin next week in Elche where the following the auction of the properties, however, prosecutor is asking for between 30 and 46 months in prison for 4 people investigated for a property scam. The trial should have begun last week but had to be postponed due to one of the lawyers being indisposed, a delay which is somewhat insignificant as the case dates back 11 years. According to the prosecutor, the offences were committed between 2007 to 2008, when 2 of the defendants were offering bank foreclosure properties for sale, taking a deposit, and then disappearing. The teased buyers were asked to pay 6,000 euro in advance to ensure a mortgage would be granted

“the homes offered for sale belonged to their registry holders and not to any financial entity, nor did the first two defendants have power of attorney as any agent.”

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The case details around 20 cases of fraud, some which occurred in this area, as well as Alicante, but also as far as Seville. Six of the case were around the Elche municipality. As well as asking for prison for the defendants, the prosecutor is also demanding that the money be returned to the victims, with interest from the date the money exchanged hands, on the assumption they are found guilty of course.

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ANYONE WITH AN EXISTING QROPS, SPANISH INVESTMENT BONDS OR CONSIDERING A NEW INVESTMENT OR PENSION TRANSFER NEEDS TO ATTEND ONE OF THESE ESSENTIAL EVENTS. By Sam Kelly, Managing Partner, Chorus Financial. Every week Chorus publish articles to help Brits here in Spain navigate safely and securely through areas such as investing, retirement planning, pension transfers, succession planning, tax and legal matters. This week I felt my column inches would be even better served by telling you all about a very important series of seminars that are returning to our area. Hugely successful on previous visits, The Finance Tour returns to Spain for the fifth time, bringing speakers from FTSE listed trusted UK institutions who manage over 700 billion of pension and investment funds, to your doorstep here in Spain. Due to popular request, attending this year will also be local law and accounting firms, who can answer your questions on an array of challenges us Brits face living in Spain. Tuesday 5th Nov, 2 pm- The Clubhouse, Camposol Tuesday 5th Nov, 6 pm - Hotel 525, Los Alcazares Wednesday 6th Nov, 11 am -La Zenia

product is appropriate and working for you in the best way. For those considering a new pension transfer, looking for tax-efficient ways to make your savings grow or trying to understand matters such as Wealth Tax or Inheritance Tax here in Spain , this is an unprecedented opportunity to speak directly with the product providers before you go ahead and seek independent advice. Hotel, Orihuela Costa Wednesday 6th Nov, 4 pm - La Laguna Hotel – Quesada Thursday 7th Nov, 11 am – Suitopia Sol Y Mar Hotel, Calpe Thursday 7th Nov, 4 pm – The Parador Hotel, Javea The seminars will include short presentations on pension transfers, tax-efficient investing for Brits living in Spain, how to improve returns on existing investments including QROPS and Spanish investment bonds, and key

areas including how to avoid hidden fees and ensure your investments are of the highest quality available. More specific advice on inheritance tax planning and Spanish Wealth tax will also be covered. At the end of the session, you can enjoy a coffee whilst having the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the panel of experts. For those who already hold investments like ISAs, UK bonds/platforms, QROPS/ Spanish Investment Bonds, this gives you a great opportunity to ensure your

I appreciate there seems to be a different seminar, breakfast meeting or event nearly every week in Spain, but The Finance Tour is truly unique in that it gives you the chance to hear directly from a group of trusted companies who manage the pensions and investments of over 25 million customers worldwide. For bookings/information visit www. thefinancetour.com, email info@ thefinancetour.com or call +34 693 107 044. We really hope to see as many of you as possible at these essential events.

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Tuesday 5th Nov, 2pm- The Clubhouse, Camposol Tuesday 5th Nov, 6pm - Hotel 525, Los Alcazares Wednesday 6th Nov, 11am -La Zenia Hotel, Orihuela Costa Wednesday 6th Nov, 4pm - La Laguna Hotel – Quesada Thursday 7th Nov, 11am – Suitopia Sol Y Mar Hotel, Calpe Thursday 7th Nov, 4pm – The Parador Hotel, Javea

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NOT SO EASYJET An Easyjet Airbus flying from Alicante to Belfast had to return to the airport after one of the engines ingested birds on take-off. Flight U2-6706 from Alicante-Elche Airport to Belfast on 4 October was in the initial climb out of Alicante's runway 10 when an engine “ingested a number of birds” prompting the crew to stop the climb at 4,000 feet initially, later the aircraft climbed to

6,000 feet and returned to Alicante for a safe landing on runway 10 about 40 minutes after departure. Passengers reported there was a strange noise immediately after departure which continued until after landing. The captain announced, “one of the engines had been damaged by a bird strike.” The passengers later complained that they were told to get accommodation

Ikea Bib Withdrawn Ikea has withdrawn a baby bib from sale and urged those who have already purchased it to return it, after a choking risk was identified. The item is the Matvra baby bib pack, in blue and red, in which it has been discovered that the button closure could become detached from the material by pulling or biting and causing the child to choke if ingested. The company indicated in a statement that the withdrawal is after two cases have occurred in

Norway and the United Kingdom, both without requiring medical attention. “We have been informed that there is a risk that the button can come off if it is pulled,” says Emelie Knoester, Business Director of Ikea of Sweden. If you have the affected product you should stop using it and return them to the store for a full refund or replacement for a similar product, without the need to present the purchase receipt.

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We are pleased to announce we will have a brand new purpose built tanatorio & crematorio in San Miguel de Salinas Grupo Rocamer are one of only a few companies who offer this type of plan to prepare for your funeral expenses. Rocamer have been in existence for over 70 years and have built up a trust and reliability within the Spanish & Expat communities. Now this opportunity is being offered to the British & Irish communities too, and you don’t have to be a permanent resident in Spain.

on their own and to be back at the airport by 8am, a replacement flight was then arranged for 11am but did not depart until 12pm, reaching Belfast 16 hours after schedule.

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BLAKE THE MIRACLE KITTEN Exactly a year ago I got a plea for help from a lady who had found a street cat on the side of the road that had been hit by a car and sadly killed.

This case wasn't your usual case. The street cat was recently seen heavily pregnant, and somewhere lay a litter of newborn kittens left without a mother, in urgent need of rescuing. I received the good news that six kittens were located nearby. I stepped in immediately knowing that there was no time to waste. All six kittens came to Happy Pets. To my surprise, apart from being a little cold and hungry, the kittens were in great shape.

the veterinary clinic. I had her on my lap in the car, as I attempted to help her gain consciousness. At the clinic, I was greeted by the veterinary team. They began to prepare the heat lamp and check her temperature. Her temperature was so dangerously low that it didn't register on the thermometer.

A couple of weeks into caring for the orphaned kittens, I experienced a very scary situation. A rescuer's worst nightmare. Upon checking on the kittens, I found one of the kittens unresponsive, she was lifeless.

The vet explained that her body temperature was not compatible with life. And even though we could use the heat lamp to raise her body temperature, this was very risky and we may lose her in the process. Blake was weighing in at only 90 grams and remained unresponsive.

I quickly wrapped her up in a blanket and headed to

The vet suspected a possible blood sugar drop and

Sunshine News • Friday 11th October 2019 By Zoe Moran,President of Happy Pets animal rescue

suggested we insert a feeding tube with special fluids. This would either help her or make the situation worse. But we decided to go ahead as this was the only option we had. Blake went into a coma and her heart started to slow down.

Unfortunately, the week didn't end smoothly. At home, I revived Blake three times. Blake couldn't be with her siblings or have milk from a bottle. She had to be fed with a special feeding tube. A tricky process when the patient is so tiny and delicate.

We prepared for the worst, so I gave her a name. I named her Blake. I placed her in the incubator in the attempt to stabilise her temperature, and to my complete surprise, Blake opened her eyes after a while.

Blake required around the clock care. I took a week off work to provide her with the best possible care. And when I returned to work, Blake came too! It was a rough couple of months, but Blake showed us that she was a fighter.

Within ten minutes Blake was standing up on her own. The vets and veterinary assistants were all crowded around in pure disbelief. In over 30 years of working in the veterinary field, neither of my vets have ever witnessed such a miracle. A kitten that came back from such a dangerously low body temperature and survived a coma, weighing only 90 grams. Blake was hospitalised and monitored for a few hours before she was allowed home.

Every milestone was a miracle, such as her first meal without the feeding tube. As I saw her grow into a happy little kitten I knew it was worth every tear, worry and sleepless night.

successful. A year on Blake is now doing wonderfully. All her siblings and the other kittens rescued at the same time found wonderful homes. In animal rescue, you see many different cases, sick, injured and neglected. All are special in their own way. But every once in a while you connect with one like you have never before. And this is exactly what happened with Blake. Blake will always have a special place in my heart, so she has become a permanent member of the family. She has come very far. There's a reason why she has gained the title 'miracle kitten', she really is the definition of a miracle.

Due to being so sick, one of Blake's eyes didn't develop as it should have, so she required surgery to make the opening of that eye slightly bigger. This procedure was done at the same time as her spay. Both procedures were

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Dear Davina... Costa Blanca and meet The money situation concerns real people face to face. me! He shouldn’t be giving Explain to him that away cash to perfect strangers, you think he is highly that does not sound good to capable of finding me at all! someone just with Quite often people are not his charm and personality honest with online dating and that he doesn’t need the profile pictures, we always websites at all. hear cases where people are Boost his confidence and say fooled with expectations of that there are many women David Beckham only to find out there who would be them more like David Brent! interested in him, for who he Your friend is clearly keen to is, not just for money. Make find love, but do you honestly it clear that you think it’s think this is possible when he strange that money is part of appears so desperate? Why not the conversation with his new suggest that he starts to look finds. for love in person rather than Explain that you feel he the web. could be getting used and Dear L and R,

Dear Davina,

We are worried about our friend who is getting addicted to online dating sites. He will not stop adding himself and accepting matches from women. He’s been on 5 different dates now over the past few months and none of the women are who they claim to be and it’s really making him fed up and disappointed but he will not give up! We feel he is very disillusioned by their profile pictures because none of these ‘beauty queen look a likes’ would even give him the time of day. He’s a lovely man, but we think they are just reeling him in. He also mentioned to us that he had given some of them money for various things. It’s all getting a bit out of control really. We want to be decent friends and do the right thing, what do you think we should do? L and R

so you can point him in the right direction. Who knows that special someone could be just around the corner, waiting for him! Your push could be all he needs? Davina xxx

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ADOPTION Noah

ADOPT A PET IN ELCHE Later this month, Elche will be hosting a pet adoption fair, the sixth time the event has taken place, encouraging humans to take an animal into their homes through adoption. The event will take place on 18 and 19 October, with all proceeds going to help two groups who work throughout the year trying to find forever homes for lost or abandoned animals, Huellas Salvadas and Huellas en la Montaña.

This beautiful boy is Noah. He is two and a half years old, castrated, chipped and passported all his vaccinations are up to date. He love the sofa and a cuddle and would make a fantastic family pet, if you can offer this lovely boy a home contact Finca de Castellana. The next charity walk is on 20th October, walk your dog or walk one of theirs. there is a donation of 5 euro which all goes towards taking care of the animals in Finca la Castellana. For more information to join in with this fun day contact www.fincalacastellana or call Beccie on 603251004.

At the event you can of course adopt a pet, but you can also help in other ways, such as making a donation for the purchase of vaccinations for the animals in the care of the association, buying goods and food on sale, or just offering support for the volunteers who give their time so freely. There will be various activities throughout the event, including two adoption parades.


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HEALING THE INNER CHILD One of my favourite topics and one that seems to be underlying in every client I see, is the unhealed inner child.

The child in us that still has unmet needs based on our childhood and the part of us that often rears its head as adults; especially in close and intimate relationships, or where there are challenges we don't have the emotional maturity to cope. As children, we are like sponges and we are extremely sensitive;especially when it comes to our parents. Add this to the fact that no parents are perfect and more often than not, parent based on their own parenting and you have a potential recipe for an 'Unhealed inner child.' As children, we want only to be loved and cared for and if our parents don't meet our needs, we adapt our behaviours in order to get those needs met. This then becomes learnt behaviour which we may carry into our adult relationships. These behaviours can be extremely inappropriate, especially when they are demanding and manipulative and of course result in a limiting and unsuccessful life. So what can we do, if we believe our inner child needs some healing? Well, I think the first step is to work on our awareness of ourselves,by taking responsibility for what kind of results we are getting in our lives. If our relationships, work and health are suffering and we seem to be stuck and repeating certain behaviours, it really is up to us to stop any blaming others and look at ways we can change.

One of my favourite quotes by the late Dr.Wayne Dyer says'If we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change.' And I think this quote definitely defines the importance of developing our self-awareness and taking responsibility for our lives. We can help also seek guidance from a coach who has the training, experience and tools to be able to help bring us into awareness and help us realise those inner child needs and how we can meet them ourselves rather than look to others and material things, which is often the case as we try to comfort the inner child's angry cries when trying to get our attention and be acknowledged.

by Nicola Farnhill Connected to Self

us are not aware of the importance of indulging the playful part of it. As children we choose to do things based on how much happiness we gain, but as adults we begin to have responsibilities which put pressure on us to take life more seriously and whilst it is important to be responsible and take good care of ourselves and our lives, the playful part of us can often get oppressed, making us serious and not able to shake things off and embrace a more light-hearted approach. When we do play, our inner child gets to express itself and we feel free and less restrained by life's challenges. So making time for being playful and having fun and being silly really is vital to our happiness and health.

Creativity is also a way our inner child gets to express itself, when we allow time for hobbies and interests our imagination and creative juices get to flow. We become present enjoying each moment as it unfolds and we also get to be lost, releasing our fears, worries and anxieties. One of the most valuable things we need to know as human beings is that regardless of what we have experienced and what we may have become due to our needs not being met as child, we can change. We have a resilience beyond measure and all we need to do is choose ourselves and our happiness. Then we can begin our journey to heal our inner child to be the best version of ourselves and create true meaning,love and happiness. Much love and wonderful week

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Nicola xx

Again through a therapist you can undergo treatment in the form of regressional therapy or as part of your therapy undergo guided visualisations which help you to connect with your inner child and begin to repair the connection,gain more awareness and start to heal. The child in you is always there regardless of your age and most of

Listen to Nicola on Sunshine FM 102.8 & 94.0 FM, during Carla Stone’s show every Tuesday at 12:30pm If you would like to work on healing your inner child, why not contact me for a free half-hour consultation and begin your journey. Or maybe you want to join my next group meeting on Wednesday 16th October. 7 pm until 8 pm, in Torrevieja. Where will be learning more about inner child healing and I will be also providing a guided meditation. For more info on any of my services please contact me on 634316839 or email connectedtoself@outlook.com


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NATURAL APPETITE SUPPRESSANTS – EAT LESS AND LOSE WEIGHT NATURALLY For some people losing weight is not easy and even trying to drop just a couple of pounds feels like the equivalent of trying to beat Mike Tyson in a boxing match. Drastic measures are called for and some may even turn to chemical appetite suppressants – many of which can do more harm than good and contain dangerous additives that can wreak havoc on the body and would do best to be avoided completely.

Nevertheless, there are natural ways to help feel fuller faster and natural foods that have proven to reduce hunger pains. Of course, these methods are not widely promoted as pharmaceutical companies want customers to continue buying their synthetic pills.

Green tea

Green tea has many wonderful healing properties and it is also one of the best natural ways to suppress appetite and help with losing weight. The antioxidants and caffeine contained within the green tea work together to decrease the levels of the body’s hunger hormone, thus naturally reducing your appetite. Not only this but it also blocks fat absorption, boosts energy expenditure and augments the amount of fat that leaves the body via your stool. Coffee

more capsaicin, which means greater hunger-suppressing power. Dandelion

Many people are turning to dandelion tea to help them lose weight. This low-calorie tea is a great substitute for more calorific drinks and has been long-known as a diuretic which helps flush out any extra water retained in the body. It has also been found to boost the breakdown of cholesterol and fat in the blood, which is why it is recommended to drink dandelion tea before meals. Digestion is also improved as the tea stimulates gastric secretion in the stomach. Saffron extract

What is a natural appetite suppressant? Natural appetite suppressants work in a variety of ways. They are substances found in different foods that send a signal to the brain communicating that the body is not hungry. Some help the body burn fat quicker and others increase metabolism.

Studies have shown that drinking coffee between 30 minutes and 3 hours before a meal reduces the appetite and the result is a lower intake of energy, therefore less food and calories are consumed. Apparently, decaffeinated coffee works even better! Capsaicin Capsaicin is an active component found in peppers, which has been found to naturally suppress the appetite. The hotter the pepper, the

Most of you will be familiar with saffron as being one of the main and distinguishing ingredients of the Valencian paella. Less well known are two of saffron’s bioactive compounds crocin and crocetin – which have been found to reduce one’s appetite. Tests carried out by obese men and women found that they actually ate less food after taking saffron extract or crocin

on its own. In addition It’s great to know that you don’t have to resort to a jar of chemically manufactured diet pills to try and help with weight loss. Of course, following a healthy diet and doing a little exercise on a daily basis is the best thing you can do not only for your weight but also for your health. For those that do want to get rid of those extra kilos, you might also want to try adding more protein-rich foods to your diet as they keep you full up for longer and they require more energy to digest, which means that you’ll burn more calories – even while resting! And, don’t forget to eat plenty of fibrerich foods, which will fill you up due to their bulk. Fibre also helps the food you eat to move through the small intestine much quicker, raising the levels of PYY which signals to your brain that you are full. Fibre-rich foods include fruit and vegetables, oatmeal and brown rice.

CHEESE CHECK If you have any French cheese in your fridge it´s time to look a little closer at the label, as a small number of items are being withdrawn from sale, with consumers advised not to eat them, because of a risk of Listeria. The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (Aesan) has reported the withdrawal of a few batches of raw milk cheese manufactured in France for fear of the presence of Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli, although Aesan points out that no cases of infection have yet been identified. The cheese under the microscope is manufactured by the company Sas Le Moulins, and are products distributed in Spain: Moulis cremier, lot 19163112, expiration

date 01/12/2019; Moulis Vache, lot 19199118 expiration date 05/12/2019; and Bethmale de Marterar Vache, lot 19199118 expiration date 20/12/2019. Aesan says that as a precaution, the product has been withdrawn from the market and it is recommended that people who

have the affected product at home refrain from consuming it and return it to the point of purchase. Aesan explains that it was informed through the European Commission alert system following a warning from the German health authorities for the presence of listeria and E.Coli.

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Codewords are crosswords with no clues! Instead, every letter of the alphabet has been replaced by a number, the same number representing the same letter throughout the puzzle. All you have to do is decide which letter is represented by which number! To start you off, we reveal the codes for two or three letters.

Across 1 A bird has to take evasive action (4) 3 Nutty biscuits (8) 9 Fast bowlers - see arms bent (7) 10 A lie’s found out on the way to the altar (5) 11 Alert wild animal (5) 12 Point for a number of patients? (6) 14 A diver, having changed, was not the same (6) 16 Flag seen when queen is captured by bishop and rook (6) 19 Attempt by the French to find accommodation for horses (6) 21 Excel with an alfresco party (5) 24 Another name for a return voyage (5) 25 Red motor belonging to me (7) 26 A little bird sitting comfortably (8) 27 Somewhere to eat a pickle or jam? (4)

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Down 1 Provides material to refute (8) 2 Nobody will observe when this is clear (5) 4 Getting out of bed and being rebellious (6) 5 Stretch your neck to see a bird (5) 6 Greek letter making one’s lip quiver (7) 7 Cast in outbuilding (4) 8 I’ll see about name for boy (6) 13 Cavalrymen sort rope out (8) 15 Keeps turning nastier (7) 17 Snake found in a road or on a ship (6) 18 Warner saying “Go to jail”? (6) 20 Herb the graduate is turned 50 (5) 22 Food that’s tiptop and ready for eating (5) 23 Principal graduate at home (4)

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ELECTRIC CARS TO GET SAFER Having already vowed to ensure that there is never a fatal or serious incident involving one of their vehicles in the future, Swedish car manufacturer

Volvo is now moving into the electric-propulsion market, with the launch of their first electric SUV. The advance of electric vehicles is the biggest change that has occurred in the history of the automobile. For the first time in more than a century, vehicles move without a gasoline or diesel engine under the hood and carry a battery instead, which completely changes

their nature. With XC40 next only

the launch of the Volvo SUV fully electric vehicle week, Volvo Cars not presents its first one

hundred percent electric vehicle: complying with the authentic Volvo tradition, it also presents one of the safest vehicles on the road, despite the challenges involved in the absence of an internal combustion engine. "Regardless of whether the vehicle moves thanks to an electric machine or a combustion engine, a Volvo must always be safe," says Malin Ekholm, head of safety

for Volvo Cars. "The fully electric XC40 will be one of the safest vehicles we have ever built." Based on the excellent safety standards of the original XC40, Volvo Cars safety engineers have had to completely redesign and reinforce the front structure to deal with the absence of an engine, meet strict Volvo Cars safety requirements and maintain occupant safety as in any other Volvo. “The safety basics of this vehicle are the same as those of any other Volvo. Inside people travel and the vehicle must be designed taking into account their safety,” says Malin Ekholm.

In association with and exclusive safety structure for both passengers and the XC40 battery. A safety cage formed by an extruded aluminium frame embedded in the central part of the body structure protects the battery by creating a deformable area around it. The fact that the battery is placed on the floor of the vehicle offers the additional advantage of lowering the centre of gravity, which improves overturn protection.

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To keep passengers safe and the battery intact in the event of a collision, Volvo Cars has also developed a new

A Safer Route to School Although many children are driven to school, many others taken on the school bus, there are also those who take the healthier option by walking, which poses a different kind of risk, one which Almoradí hope to reduce with a new initiative.

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their backpacks, which is drawn on the pavements and crossings where the routes lead. The idea was first put to the local government in November after a visit to the town by education expert Francesco Tonucci who explained how the project helps to improve safety and the environment, whilst also encouraging healthy habits amongst young people. Based on the idea, the Almoradí councillor visited the town of Pontevedra in the summer, where a model of the scheme is in place, and met with the local government and police there in order to see the benefits of the scheme, although the schools were closed at the time. The basis of the ambitious initiative is to develop towns and cities that are more focused on people and on the sustainable and safe use of public spaces. For this it is


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IF ONLY CARS HAD INDICATORS! Okay, we were having a little joke with the headline. Of course, we know cars have indicators, it´s just that all too often drivers choose not to use them. When you think that the only effort is a simple movement of a finger, it does make us wonder what would have been the reaction in 1920 when, on 10 October, the Ministry of Transport announced that compulsory hand signals would be introduced for all drivers. The hand signal (no, the official hand signal, not that one) is celebrating a birthday. The rule meant that all drivers had to signal a turn or a slowing-down, by projecting an arm horizontally in the manner proscribed from the right-hand side of the vehicle. The outstretched arm moved from side to side indicated ‘Stop’.

signed an agreement creating the International Travelling Pass system. Cars were identified by oval tags, generally black on white, noting the country of origin and providing a minimum guarantee for public safety on the road. Thanks to Brexit, it is perhaps ironic that GB will once again have to make a clearer appearance on the back of UK registered cars almost 110 years to the day. In order to qualify for wearing the badge, the vehicles had to be equipped with a strong steering mechanism, and warning systems, namely, a horn and two lights, one at the front and one at the back. The spoke of the end of the Mini last week, well today we celebrate

Today, 11 October, another anniversary is being celebrated. Because on this day in 1909, members of various European automobile clubs

another British motoring marvel, the Rover 200, but the launch rather than the loss. On this day in 1989 the Rover Group, Britain's largest independent carmaker, launched its new medium-sized hatchback, the 200 Series, (Mk 2) which replaced the small four-door saloon of the same name, and gave buyers a more modern and upmarket alternative to the ongoing Maestro range, which has declined in popularity recently. However, all was not quite what it seemed as the 200 series was basically a British built Honda Ballade. In 2010 the future looked altogether brighter for a pop icon, as George Michael was released from Highpoint Prison after serving four of an eight-week sentence for driving under the influence of drugs. The singer had been arrested after crashing his car into the front of a Snappy Snaps store in Hampstead, North London in July of this year.

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New cycle of jazz concerts in Torrevieja The popular cycle of jazz concerts “Torrevieja Suena a Jazz” has been programmed for a second time at the International Auditorium, with the first of four performances taking place next Friday, 18 October at 9 pm. The opening concert will be given by the Till Brönner Duo and the Just Friends Quintet, who will play a live jam session. Till Brönner is a German jazz musician, trumpeter, singer, composer, producer and photographer who has become somewhat of a legend on the international jazz scene. Brönner will form a duo for the Torrevieja concert with fellow German jazz doublebassist Dieter Ilg. The Just Friends Quintet is formed by saxophonist Rafa González; Pablo Mercader on guitar; Luis Suria playing the piano; Jordi Vila on double bass and drummer Mikael Rösten.

The quintet will play a repertoire of swing and hard bop classics from the 40s, 50s and 60s with their own original arrangements. The second of the four concerts will take place next Saturday, 19 October. Information about all the concerts can be found on the Auditorium’s website: https://auditoriotorrevieja.com/eventos/.

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Look to the stars If you fancy a closer look at the stars, don’t miss out on the star and moon-gazing astronomy event taking place tomorrow night (Saturday) in La Mata. The popular Torrevieja-based weather group, Proyecto Mastral, has organised the night-sky watch together with the Astroingeo Association to celebrate International Moon

Observation Day. Participants are asked to gather at the Plaza del Embarcadero in La Mata at 8pm on Saturday where telescopes will be set up. During the evening, a collection will also take place and donations will be given to the Cruz Roja to help victims of the DANA floods affected in the Vega Baja.


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07:00 Breakfast 10:15 Rip-Off Britain 11:00 Homes Under the Hammer 12:00 Fugitives 12:45 The Sheriffs Are Coming 13:15 Bargain Hunt 14:00 BBC News at One 14:45 Doctors 15:15 Head Hunters 16:00 Escape to the Perfect Town 16:45 Make Me a Dealer 17:30 Money for Nothing 18:15 Pointless 19:00 BBC News at Six 19:30 BBC London News 20:00 The One Show 20:30 A Question of Sport 21:00 EastEnders 21:30 Celebrity MasterChef 22:00 Have I Got News for You 22:30 Scarborough 23:00 BBC News at Ten 23:25 BBC London News 23:35 The Graham Norton Show

07:30 Money for Nothing 08:15 Fugitives 09:00 Gardeners’ World 10:00 BBC News at Nine 11:00 Victoria Derbyshire 12:00 BBC Newsroom Live 14:00 Hardball 14:45 Digging for Britain 15:45 Live: World Championship Artistic Gymnastics 19:00 Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two 20:00 Richard Osman’s House of Games 20:30 Mastermind 21:00 Gardeners’ World 22:00 The Name of the Rose 22:50 Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby 23:00 QI 23:30 Newsnight

7:00 Good Morning Britain 09:30 Lorraine 10:25 Judge Rinder 11:30 This Morning 13:30 Loose Women 14:30 ITV Lunchtime News 14:55 ITV News London 15:00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 16:00 Tenable 17:00 Tipping Point 18:00 The Chase 19:00 ITV News London 19:30 ITV Evening News 20:00 Live: UEFA European Championship Qualifier Football 23:00 ITV News at Ten 23:30 ITV News London 23:45 UEFA European Championship Qualifier Football

07:00 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 07:20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 07:45 You’ve Been Framed! 08:10 Dinner Date 09:00 Emmerdale 10:00 You’ve Been Framed! 10:25 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 11:25 Superstore 12:15 Dress to Impress 13:15 Emmerdale 14:15 You’ve Been Framed! 14:50 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 15:45 Supermarket Sweep 16:50 Dinner Date 17:50 Dress to Impress 18:50 Take Me Out 20:00 You’ve Been Framed! 21:00 Supermarket Sweep 22:00 American Pie: The Wedding

07:00 Breakfast 11:00 Saturday Kitchen Live 12:30 Flour Power 13:00 Football Focus 13:30 Homes Under the Hammer 14:00 BBC Weekend News 14:15 Bargain Hunt 15:00 Money for Nothing 15:45 Live: World Championship Artistic Gymnastics 17:30 Escape to the Country 18:00 Celebrity Mastermind 18:30 BBC Weekend News 18:40 BBC London News 18:50 Pointless Celebrities 19:40 Strictly Come Dancing 21:35 The Wall 22:30 Casualty 23:15 BBC Weekend News 23:35 Mrs Brown’s Boys

07:45 Ali-A’s Superchargers 08:05 Top Class 08:35 Mustangs FC 09:00 Blue Peter 09:30 Turbo 11:00 Robot Wars 12:00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip 13:00 Hairy Bikers: Route 66 14:00 The Best of British Takeaways 15:00 Best House in Town 15:30 Your Home Made Perfect 16:30 James May’s Cars of the People 17:30 Live: World Championship Artistic Gymnastics 20:00 River Walks 20:30 What Britain Buys and Sells in a Day 21:30 Dad’s Army 22:00 Live at the Apollo 22:30 Mark Ronson: From The Heart 23:45 Tron: Legacy

06:15 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 08:50 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 12:30 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 14:55 ITV Lunchtime News 15:00 Live: ITV Racing Live 17:30 Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes 18:00 You’ve Been Framed! 19:00 ITV Evening News 19:20 ITV News London 19:30 Catchphrase 20:30 The Chase: Celebrity Special 21:35 The X Factor: Celebrity 23:05 The Jonathan Ross Show

07:00 Breakfast 10:00 Andrew Marr Show 11:00 Sunday Politics 11:30 Sunday Morning Live 12:30 Wanted Down Under 13:15 Bargain Hunt 14:00 BBC News 14:15 Songs of Praise 14:50 Points of View 15:05 Homes Under the Hammer 15:35 Escape to the Country 16:35 Garden Rescue 17:20 Money for Nothing 18:05 Pointless Celebrities 18:50 BBC News 19:15 Countryfile 20:15 Strictly Come Dancing 21:00 Antiques Roadshow 22:00 World on Fire 23:00 BBC News 23:30 Hindus: Do We Have A Caste Problem?

07:35 Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein 08:05 James Wong and the Malaysian Garden 09:05 Gardeners’ World 10:05 Countryfile 11:00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 12:30 Live: World Championship Artistic Gymnastics 17:00 Seven Wonders of the Commonwealth 18:00 Super League Rugby 19:00 Saving Lives at Sea 20:00 Africa with Ade Adepitan 21:00 Dragons’ Den 22:00 The Americas with Simon Reeve 23:00 The Mash Report 23:30 Love in the Countryside

05:00 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 07:15 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 09:40 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 12:20 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 15:00 ITV Lunchtime News 15:10 The X Factor: Celebrity 16:40 Tipping Point 17:40 ITV Evening News 17:55 ITV News London 18:05 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 21:00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 22:00 Sanditon 23:00 ITV News 23:15 Inside Prison: Britain Behind Bars

07:00 Coronation Street 07:25 Coronation Street 07:50 Emmerdale 08:20 Emmerdale 08:50 Heartbeat 09:50 On the Buses 10:25 On the Buses 10:55 Man About the House 11:25 Outside Edge 12:00 Outside Edge 12:30 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 13:40 Heartbeat 14:45 Emmerdale 15:15 Emmerdale 15:50 Coronation Street 16:20 Coronation Street 16:55 Midsomer Murders 18:55 Heartbeat 20:00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 21:00 Lewis 23:00 Foyle’s War

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07:00 Snooker v Darts 07:05 Only When I Laugh 07:30 The Saint 08:30 Kojak 09:35 Quincy, M.E. 10:40 Minder 11:45 Live: World Cup Rugby Union 14:30 Live: ITV Racing Live 17:30 Only When I Laugh 18:05 The Professionals 19:10 The Car Chasers 19:45 Football Rivalries 20:00 World Cup Rugby Union 20:30 River Monsters 21:00 The Chase: Celebrity Special 22:00 The Mechanic 23:55 All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite

07:30 Mike & Molly 08:20 The King of Queens 09:10 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:10 Frasier 11:10 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 12:05 Undercover Boss USA 13:00 Channel 4 News 13:05 Come Dine with Me 14:05 A New Life in the Sun 15:10 Countdown 16:00 A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun 17:00 Sun, Sea and Selling Houses 18:00 Four in a Bed 18:30 Your Room or Mine 19:00 The Simpsons 19:30 Hollyoaks 20:00 Channel 4 News 21:00 The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice 22:00 Gogglebox 23:00 The Circle

07:00 Childrens Programmes 10:15 Jeremy Vine 12:15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors 13:10 5 News Lunchtime 13:15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors 14:10 Access 14:15 Home and Away 14:45 Neighbours 15:15 Dream Killer 17:00 Friends 17:30 Friends 18:00 5 News at 5 18:30 Neighbours 19:00 Home and Away 19:30 5 News Tonight 20:00 The Gadget Show 21:00 Ancient Mysteries: The Pharaoh in the Suburb Uncovered 22:00 Ancient Mysteries 23:00 Posh Hotels With Sally & Nigel

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Food & Drink

Sunshine News • Friday 11th October 2019

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OCTOBER RECIPES As the summer gradually turns to autumn, the days get shorter and the weather begins to change, so does our appetite and the list of seasonal ingredients available at this time of year.

Pumpkin and goat’s cheese soup

Ingredients 1.3kg pumpkin, peeled and cut into 2-3cm chunks 750ml chicken stock 200g shallots, halved lengthways with skin on 1 small head garlic, skin on top centimetre sliced off 4 tbsp olive oil 3 sprigs rosemary 2 tsp dried chilli flakes Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper To garnish 3 tbsp pumpkin seeds 1 tsp olive oil To serve 100g crumbly goat’s cheese Method Heat the oven to 180°C/350°F. Scatter the pumpkin in a large roasting tin with the shallots, garlic cut-side down, rosemary, chilli, olive oil and seasoning. Roast for 40 minutes until mostly tender and golden brown. For the garnish, toss the pumpkin seeds on a baking tray with the olive oil and toast in the oven for 5 minutes. When the pumpkin is ready, remove the rosemary and squeeze the softened shallots from their skins into the roasting tray, discarding the skins. Heat the stock in a saucepan large enough to fit the pumpkin, then add the contents of the roasting tray and simmer for 10-15 minutes. Blend to a smooth purée using a stick blender, thinning with more hot stock if necessary or process in a blender. Reheat gently to serve, season and ladle into warm bowls. Crumble over the goat’s cheese and scatter with pumpkin seeds.

More often than not, we’ll exchange the light, fresh salads for hearty soups; the courgette and cucumber for pumpkin and cauliflower and the seabass and sardines for mussels and lamb.

Why not try some of the recipes below to get the most out of what’s in season this October? You can send your recipes to recipes@sunshinenews.es

Slow-roast shoulder of lamb and sliced potatoes Ingredients 2.2kg whole shoulder of lamb, skin on 750g waxy potatoes, such as Desiree, cut into thick 2cm slices 570ml/1pint hot lamb or beef stock 2 large onions, cut into quarters 4 garlic cloves, sliced Gravy 50g flour 450ml hot lamb or beef stock 100ml red wine 3 tbsp lamb fat 1-2 tsp redcurrant jelly few drops Worcestershire sauce Method Preheat the oven 220°C/375°F. Sit the lamb, skin side up and with a knife make holes through the skin. Insert the garlic into the holes. Roast for about 20 minutes until brown. Carefully turn the lamb over and roast for a further 20-30 minutes until brown all over. Boil the onion in water for 10 minutes, then add the potatoes and boil for 4 minutes. Drain well. Remove the lamb from the tin. Add the onions and potatoes to the tin and mix together. Add the hot stock to the tin, then put the lamb on top, with the smooth side up. Cover tightly with foil. Reduce the temperature of the oven to 160°C/320°F and cook for 3½-4 hours, or until the lamb is completely tender. Remove the lamb from the tin and put it onto a board. Strain off the fat from the tin into a small bowl. Turn the oven temperature up to 220°C/375°F and return the potatoes and onions to the oven to brown for 25 minutes. Spoon 3 tbsp of fat from the tin into a saucepan. Add the flour and stir over the heat for 30 seconds. Whisk in the hot stock, wine, redcurrant jelly and Worcestershire sauce. Whisk until thickened and bubbling. Carve the lamb and serve with gravy and potatoes and onion. Serve with green vegetables.

Apple bread pudding

Ingredients 75g raisins 100ml cold tea 3 apples or 3 pears or a mixture lemon juice 400ml full-fat milk 125g unsalted butter, plus extra for greasing 3 eggs 100g soft brown sugar 2 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp nutmeg, freshly grated 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 large bread loaf, can be a bit stale, with crusts on or off 1 tbsp brown sugar crystals Method Place the raisins in a small bowl, add the cold tea and leave to soak. Peel, core and slice the apples or pears and keep them fresh in a bowl of water with a squeeze of lemon juice. Grease a baking dish and preheat the oven to 180°C/350°F. Gently warm the milk in a saucepan, add the butter and let it melt. Set aside to cool. Place the eggs, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla in a bowl and beat with a hand whisk until well combined. Whisk in the buttery milk. Tear the bread into pieces and layer in the baking dish. Strain the raisins, discarding the tea, and scatter over the bread, then top with the sliced fruit. Pour in the batter and sprinkle on brown sugar crystals. Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes until the pudding has set and has a golden crust on top. Serve with ice cream or custard.


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07:00 Breakfast 10:15 Rip-Off Britain 11:00 Homes Under the Hammer 12:00 Claimed and Shamed 12:45 Caught Red Handed 13:15 Bargain Hunt 14:00 BBC News at One 14:30 BBC London News 14:45 Doctors 15:15 Head Hunters 16:00 Escape to the Perfect Town 16:45 Make Me a Dealer 17:30 Money for Nothing 18:15 Pointless 19:00 BBC News at Six 19:30 BBC London News 20:00 The One Show 20:30 EastEnders 21:00 Watchdog 22:00 The Met: Policing London 23:00 BBC News at Ten 23:25 BBC London News 23:35 Question Time

07:30 Money for Nothing 08:15 Escape to the Perfect Town 09:00 Antiques Roadshow 10:00 BBC News at Nine 11:00 Victoria Derbyshire 12:00 BBC Newsroom 13:15 Politics Live 14:00 The Boss 14:45 My Life on a Plate 15:30 Emergency Rescue Down Under 16:00 Heir Hunters 16:45 The Wonder of Animals 17:15 Earth’s Greatest Spectacles 18:15 Flog It! 19:00 House of Games 19:30 Strictly: It Takes Two 20:00 MOTDx 20:30 Channel Tunnel: Life on the Inside 21:00 Hairy Bikers: Route 66 22:00 Giri/Haji 23:00 Later ... with Jools Holland 23:30 Newsnight

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Sunshine News • Friday 11th October 2019

MONTE MUGGED BIGASTRO ESCAPE WITH THE POINTS. Team:- Carlos, Fernando, Santos, Diego, Perez, Gonzalo, Maccan, Adrian, Manuel, Alex, Manu. Subs:- Morante, German, Raul, Luis, Manuel Jose.

A game that commenced with fireworks off the pitch and just as explosively, on the pitch, had more cards on display than Clinton's, also ended with a shock loss for leaders CD Montesinos at Saturday's evening kick-off at the Cauldron. As early as the second minute, a deliberate handball in the Monte area gifted a pacey Bigastro side the lead. Keeper Carlos got a firm hand to the strike but was unable to stop the squirming ball creeping over the line. Critically, that single goal was to remain an albatross around Monte's neck for the rest of the game. The half subsequently developed into an overly feisty affair, with Bigastro taking every opportunity, egged on by a boisterous bench, to niggle and nip at any Montesinos player who dared to have the ball, whilst loudly complaining if one of their own simply fell over. A card happy referee added to the dismal (from a footballing perspective)

game, which Monte huffed Monte for their part, tried enough so that they could football as it should be played. and puffed to get back into, to doggedly to break down theatrically fall over and claim The Man of the Match was Adrian, sponsored by Penya little avail. There were several the opposition's stubborn the foul. half chances to draw level, but resistance and flagrant rule- A game that started with a DGL Los Montesinos on the whole, Monte lacked the stretching and even when, bang pretty much ended with a application that they showed later in the second half, whimper and Monte reluctantly FT: CD Montesinos 0-1 CF were inevitably gave up the early league top Bigastro last week against Crevillente. Bigastro The half petered out with reduced to 10 then 9 men via spot against a side who will Match report by Steve Bigastro grimly holding the shower of yellow and red do well to finish any game Robinson on to their slender lead cards headed their way, they they play with their regulation Photo's by Terry Harris without too much trouble. couldn't overcome a team that starting XI still HT: CD Montesinos had simply parked the bus and on the pitch. 0-1 CF Bigastro showed only vague attacking Monte will no look I would have liked to have intent. When Bigastro did doubt written that the game improved have the ball, they simply forward next to opposition in the second period, but, ran around waiting for a an plays Bigastro continued where they Montesinos player to get close that left off, applying the full range of Fun & Games Solutions football's dark arts: Quick Crossword Codewords Sudoku persistent fouling, Cryptic X-Word time-wasting; complaining about every decision TriSub3d - 0007_Solution (even the ones that went in their favour); harassing and haranguing the Star 0011-Solution beleaguered referee (who had, by now, Star Puzzle Subbaddo 3D Wordsearch Spanish Crossword lost most of his remaining authority over the game); and other assorted m i s d e m ea n o u r s, almost anything to prevent a explanation on football match Forhowa complete solution this puzzle was solved visit www.hexaliagames.com from breaking out. CryptoGram Let each man pass his days in that wherein his skill is greatest.

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The International break couldn't have come at a better time for Pep Guardiola and his Man City squad after a shock 0-2 home defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers. Man City dropped another three points, suffering a rare home defeat to Wolves. Adama Traore was the main man on both occasions sending the ball home

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LIVERPOOL HOT FAVOURITES FOR THE PREMIER LEAGUE Liverpool extended the gap at the top of the Premier League after beating Leicester City at the weekend after a composed finish from Captain James Milner.

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in the 80th minute and finishing off a stunning counter-attack which added to Wolves' lead deep into the 4 minutes of injury time.

Nuno Espirito Santo's outfit have now moved into 11th place, while Liverpool have taken 8 wins in 8 games and are heading into the international break 8 points clear of Man City, a huge advantage the Reds will be careful not to blow away. Traore's two goals mean that Champions League holders and last years runners up Liverpool go eight points clear with just eight games played. The Reds secured all three points against Leicester on Saturday after a hard-fought and end to end match against a very impressive and well organised Leicester City

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team managed by former Liverpool and Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers. One punter in Salford has felt so convinced by the fantastic start to the season that he has put his money where his mouth is and placed the biggest bet of the season so far by wagering 55,000 pounds on Liverpool to win the league at 4/6 to return just over 90,000 pounds. However it is very early in the title race this season and teams have had bigger leads at this stage In the past only to fall short in the deciding months of March, April and May, Liverpool also had a 7 point lead going into the second half of last season which Manchester City eventually clawed back to claim yet another Premier League trophy.

news Steve Bruce enjoyed his first win over old club Manchester United with a memorable 1-0 win and a goal from Newcastle born youngster Matty Longstaff and Everton continued their disappointing start to the season after going down to ten men with a red card for Seamus Coleman and a 1-0 defeat to Sean Dyche's determined Burnley outfit. The Premier League sides return to domestic action next weekend after the international break.

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LAS RAMBLAS GOLF SOCIETY Results for w/c 7.10.19

Hola! Welcome to another week in paradise. Sometimes I think we should all take a moment to reflect and appreciate just how lucky we are (whether playing good or bad) to be competing on such a beautiful golf course in ideal weather conditions. Our week kicked off with the

dreaded ‘Yellow Peril’. With a commendable 150 points, our winners were Annemarie Weistheit, Friedel Knebel, John Dobson and, making a guest appearance, Alan Jopling. Onto Wednesday and it was round 2 of 3 in our ‘major trophy’ medal competition. There were four ‘2’s

today, going to Dean Tracey, Phil Harrington together with two for Richard Connock. Both Richard and Phil managed it on the par-four 9th! With a nett score of 68 it was Bryan Neal who took the honours today, just edging out Dean Tracey on countback. Richard Connock took bronze with 71 followed by Rachel Lee with72. Welcome today to two new provisional members, Alan Carter and Glenn Harris. I’m sure we’ll be seeing you on the money list soon! Por ultimo, remember ‘Golf is a game where the ball always lies poorly and the player always lies well’. – anon Pues, hasta la semana que viene Peter Reffell

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ENGLAND WARY OF RACIST CHANTS IN CZECH REPUBLIC Gareth Southgate's Three Lions are potentially facing a difficult evening both on and off the pitch in Fridays Group A Euro 2020 qualifier in the Czech Republic. The World Cup Semi-Finalists have been briefed on how to act and how to respond if they suffer racism, both on and off the pitch, ahead of two huge games against the Czech Republic on Friday night and then just a few days later against Bulgaria at Wembley Stadium. The meeting was called after reports of some players threatening to walk off the pitch if they encountered any racist chants or abuse during the games. England defender Tyrone Mings spoke to the worlds media on Wednesday and said: "Hopefully something doesn't

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happen and hopefully we're not exposed to any form of racism whether that be player or staff member - but if we are this is the protocol and this is what should happen." He added: "It was a really powerful and important meeting to make sure we were well equipped going into these to games. To know that the manager is behind us and we stand united as a group of players, that we have the full backing of players and staff." England will also be wary on the pitch in Friday's important qualifying game against a very well organised and talented Czech outfit. The Czech Republic are the main rivals for the top spot in Group A. The home side trail the Three Lions by three points but have played a game more than Gareth Southgate's team so England are firmly in the driving seat leading up to the crunch match. Last time out The Czech Republic recorded a

comfortable 3-0 win in Montenegro. The win kept the Czechs just a point ahead of third-place Kosovo in the race for automatic qualification for next years tournament. Czech Republics first goalscorer in four of the last six international games is Partick Schick and he is a player to watch in the upcoming qualifier Raheem Sterling was England's hattrick hero in the previous encounter in March so he will be relishing the chance to play against the Czech back four once again and get himself

amongst the goals. England are unbeaten in their last ten European Championship qualifiers and have won nine of those games. In the first qualifying match against the Czech's England were very convincing in a 5-0 thrashing of Jaroslav Silhavys team. It is almost certain to be a different story this time around in the hostile atmosphere in Prague. Kick-off is Friday is 8.45 pm Spanish time.

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