Euromundo Global MADRID EDICIÓN DIGITAL    18 de septiembre de 2018

Reino Unido & Irlanda

Esta página está coordinada por José Antonio Sierra

ELearners worldwide invited to discover the iconic ‘Book of Kells’ through Trinity’s free online course

  • New online course to explore the history of Ireland through one of the world's most famous medieval manuscripts

Dublin September 11th, 2018 — A new, free, online course developed by Trinity College Dublin will allow learners worldwide to explore the history of Ireland through the remarkable Book of Kells — one of the world's most famous medieval manuscripts.

By José Antonio Sierra - Spanish Assistant, Trinity College, University of Dublin

11SEP18.- On the first of November a 1969 a meeting of teachers of Spanish took place at Trinity College Dublin to found the Spanish Teachers Association, thus fulfilling one of the recommendations of the previous conference.

  • The rise of ‘barbaric nationalism’ and the global migration crisis will be the focus of the 2018 Humanities Horizons lecture delivered by Harvard’s Professor Homi K Bhabha in Trinity College Dublin on Monday, September 24th, 2018.

29AUG18 - DUBLIN – IRELAND.- One of the most important figures in contemporary postcolonial studies, Professor Bhabha has published numerous works exploring postcolonial theory, cultural change and power, contemporary art and cosmopolitanism. He is Professor of English and American Literature and Language as well as Director of the Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard University.

Home buyers on Spain’s Costa del Sol getting younger and younger

By Staff Reporter
  • THE average age of property buyers in Marbella has plunged to a record low of 42 years old.
  • A report by estate agents Lucas Fox Marbella also found foreign interest in Costa del Sol properties is on the rise.

27AGO18.- Foreign buyers have contributed to 31% of this year’s home sales, a 3% rise from 2017. Many of these buyers are entrepreneurs or CEOs, citing their ability to work remotely as a reason for moving.

Green party in Spain calls for ban on monsanto-developed herbicide linked to terminal cancer

  • SPANISH green party Equo is demanding an ‘immediate ban’ on the herbicide Glyphosate which has been linked to terminal cancer.

27AGO18.- The call comes after American courts ordered the manufacturer to compensate a victim who fell prey to the disease after exposure to the product. Developed in the 1970s by Monsanto, now owned by pharmaceutical giant Bayer, Glyphosate has been denounced on multiple occasions due to its negative effects on the environment and human health.

Weekly Report

Business over Tapas (Nº 270)

  • A digest of this week's Spanish financial, political and social news aimed primarily at Foreign Property Owners: With Lenox Napier and Andrew Brociner. Consultant: José Antonio Sierra

23AGO18.- For subscriptions and other information about this site, go to businessovertapas.com email: businessovertapas@gmail.com - ***Now with Facebook Page (Like!)*** Note: Underlined words or phrases are links to the Internet. Right click and press 'Control' on your keyboard to access. Business over Tapas and its writers are not responsible for unauthorised copying or other improper use of this material. Subscription and e-mail information in our archives is never released to third parties.

MAGALUF: Drunk partygoers
MAGALUF: Drunk partygoers

  • The Balearic Islands government is set to crackdown on boozy all-inclusive trips in Mallorca and Ibiza

By Elisa Menendez

23AGO18.- BRITISH holidaymakers are in for a surprise with free alcohol on package holidays set to be banned in Spain. The Balearic Islands government is set to crackdown on boozy all-inclusive trips in Mallorca and Ibiza by bringing in new regulation.

HUGE HAUL: Cannabis
HUGE HAUL: Cannabis

  • Footage of the raid showed bundles of euros and pound sterling as well as a pistol

By Laurence Dollimore (News Editor)

23AGO18 – MARBELLA.- A british drug lord has been snared after €16 million worth of cannabis was found stashed in a Costa del Sol home. The huge haul was discovered in a home in the Marbella seaside town of San Pedro de Alcantara last week.

HIDDEN: Officials crawl through caves to find the missing holidaymaker
HIDDEN: Officials crawl through caves to find the missing holidaymaker

  • The 23-year-old man was on holiday in Mijas when he got lost hiking in the Rancho de la Paz area
  • TRAPPED: The young tourist spent more than 36 hours in the cave

By Elisa Menendez

23AGO18 – MÁLAGA.- A TOURIST has been rescued on the Costa del Sol having been trapped in a cave for almost two days without food or water. The 23-year-old German man was on holiday in Mijas when he got lost hiking in Rancho de la Paz – an area with many caves and peaks.

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