This week’s most read news (28 December 2014 – 3 January 2014)

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This week’s most read news (28 December 2014 – 3 January 2014)

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

1. Spain is a sex-pot hotspot

Spanish men have been voted the world’s best lovers, according to an international poll.
And to rub salt into the wounds, England came second-last last – after German men – for being ‘too lazy’ in bed.

2. Careless talk costs car driver

A Gran Canaria driver has been fined for simply TALKING to a passenger while driving. Armando Chiriqui, 41, was fined €80 for “driving a vehicle without maintaining constant attention to the road.”

3. Golden times for investors in Spain

The Golden Visa scheme has resulted in a 2,500% surge in interest from Middle Eastern property buyers in 2013-to-date. Asian and Russian investors have also been scoping out the market in much greater numbers, since the announcement that any non-EU national spending more than €500,000 will automatically be granted a residency permit.

4. Arrest in La Cala pensioner murder

Police have made an arrest after the shocking broad daylight murder of a 70-year-old grandma in Rincon de la Victoria. It comes after the pensioner Dolores RV was stabbed to death by a blonde woman in her 40s on the paseo maritimo in La Cala del Moral.

5. Three Brits suffer burns in Tenerife hotel pool bar explosion

Five people were injured following an explosion in a hotel pool bar in Adeje on the south-west coast of the holiday island of Tenerife on Friday evening.

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