Mark Nolan here once again with your weekend round-up once again, looking at a few options for days out and things to do on the Costa Blanca. However, before we look at the local stuff, please remember that in the Read More ...
The Terra Natura animal park in Benidorm will be celebrating this weekend, as one of their most famous residents, Elefanta Petita, celebrates her 43rd birthday. When Petita first arrived at the park she was picked on by the other elephants who considered her ugly, until one of the younger elephants, Kaiso, who had felt pity […]
Benidorm will be besieged by Gladiators next week, as the legendary Circus Maximus visits the bullring in the town as the venue for an epic battle. A total of 25 actors will take part in the event with chariot races and sword fights for a unique experience in the historic grounds. The action starts at […]
On Friday the 17th of July, at 9.30 am, the naval patrol boat ‘Infanta Cristina’ is scheduled to return to Cartagena after participating in operations to combat piracy in the Indian Ocean. The vessel will be received by Admiral Salvador María Delgado Moreno. The ‘Infanta Cristina’ sailed from Cartagena in February for the third time […]
The Guardia Civil has successfully located and returned a child to his mother in Torrevieja after investigators found that the boy had been brought to Spain illegally by his father. The events date back to 2013, when the couple separated. Custody of the child was left to the mother, who took up residency in a […]
Thanks to the majority votes of the ruling Partido Popular, the culture committee in the Spanish congress has rejected proposals to ban bullfighting broadcasts on television. The motion was proposed by the Izquierda Plural and had the support of all other parliamentary groups. During the debate, the Izquierda Plural were critical of various initiatives implemented […]
Thanks to the generous donations by their supporters Samaritans in Spain are now delighted to be able to provide a free phone number from 1st June. It is 900 525 100
Anyone in need of emotional support can call 24/7 to speak to a trained listener free of charge. All calls are confidential.
More information can be found at www.samaritansinspain.com
For the diary Samaritan's in Spain have a Summer Fayre at their Punta Marina Centre on Saturday 6th June from 10am to 6pm. Sunshine F.M will be entertaining all day with surprise live performers. The fun day will include a fashion show, tombola, cake stall, Indian head massages and much more. Come along with all the family!
Other forthcoming events include restaurants The Vestry (Algorfa) and The Cloisters (San Miguel) hosting Ladies Day at Ascot lunches simultaneously on 18th June. Gentleman are also welcome.Proceeds go to support the work of the Samaritans.
In July the Samaritans will be raising awareness and support for youth issues and are grateful to local rock band "Snowblind" and the Lansdowne at Playa Flamenca for their generous help with an event there 31st July. More details to be announced!
In addition to the new Freephone service there is also an email contact point: firstname.lastname@example.orgFiled under: http://www.theleader.info/article/47429/
A special event is taking place in the centre of Torrevieja this weekend, focusing on fun for all the family whilst out shopping. The event is an attempt to boost trade in the city centre, which has been continually suffering for years since the opening of the Habaneras shopping centre and the Zenia Boulevard more recently, as well as the …
A forced abortion imposed to a seven months pregnant woman, to meet the “one-child policy” has caused strong indignation in China.
The officials who ordered that termination of pregnancy, were arrested after the mother hung on Internet a spooky image of the fetus, totally covered in blood, lying next to her in the hospital bed, where Feng Jianmei, the 27-year-old mother forced to terminate pregnancy was admitted. In China some 400 million children have been killed through abortion to control overpopulation.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists, illustrious professional institution in the UK, has made a significant change in its guidance on the link between abortion and mental health.
The abortion leads to a significant danger to the mental health of women and the Royal College of Psychiatrists recommended guidance on these dangers to women seeking abortions. It encourages the production of publications that discuss episodes of desperation after an abortion because "there can be no informed consent, if adequate information is not provided."
In 2008 the actress Emma Beck, a young British artist of 30 years, who had a twin pregnancy and aborted, committed suicide by hanging himself shortly. He left his relatives a pathetic letter: "Living is hell for me. I should never have had an abortion. I see now I would have been a good mum. I told everyone I didn't want to do it, even at the hospital. I was frightened, now it is too late. I died when my babies died. I want to be with my babies - they need me, no one else does.”
Given this and other events, the scholar Peter Saunders, general secretary of the Christian Medical Fellowship, said: "How can a doctor now justify an abortion for reasons of mental health, a reason cited for more than 90% of the more than 200,000 annual abortions performed in Britain? "
"A society that boasts of its social policies should better protect the defenseless and the defense of life is a 'moral obligation' that the government should support," said Francisco Gil Hellin.
email@example.com Author and journalist Clemente Ferrer has led a distinguished career in Spain in the fields of advertising and public relations. He is currently President of the European Institute of Marketing.Filed under: http://www.theleader.info/article/47264/