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Bogus sports physiotherapist abused child athlete on Spain’s Costa Blanca

AN unqualified sports physiotherapist has been arrested for sexual assaulting a child aged under 16. The Guardia Civil detained the 43-year-old man at his Alicante...

Police raid a cryptocurrency farm in Toledo area of central Spain powered by illegal electricity supply

A cryptocurrency farm that illegally syphoned vast amounts of electricity has been raided by the Policia Nacional. The high use of power at a Toledo...

Stay connected with One FIX – solutions to all your tech problems

From Egyptians and their hieroglyphics to the letter writing still held dear by your granny, humans have always wanted to stay connected.  And while we...

Classes for parents aim to combat fatigue in children

More and more pupils are struggling to stay awake during their lessons

Computer theft could be linked to Arriate murder

EXCLUSIVE: Computers stolen from the town hall may have been kept in the same shed where the body of the 13-year-old was discovered

Technology woes?

John Woodhead ponders how much he relies on technology

Hexadecimal – it all adds up

The hexadecimal (base 16) system of counting and why you see strange mixtures of the numbers 0-9 and the letters A-F when you are dealing with computers

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