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Woman in Spain tells police she’s going to her mother’s funeral, even though her mother died before the state...

A WOMAN in Galicia that was stopped by the police told them she was going to her mother’s funeral, even though her mother had passed away more than six weeks earlier.

Grim business as funeral planners whose adverts included John Cleese ‘harass’ pensioners and breach data laws

A BRITISH funeral planner has been exposed for targeting vulnerable pensioners, using high-pressure and illegal tactics to sell expensive funerals. Plan My Funeral, majority owend...

Cilla Black’s funeral: Liverpool mourners and celebrity speakers

A star-studded cast is participating in TV host and singer Cilla Black’s funeral

Online funeral streaming launched in Valencia

Funerals in Valencia can now be streamed online

Widow demands justice after insurance company refuse to pay for husband’s funeral

Victoria Colonge is taking action against insurance company Ocaso for refusing to foot the bill for her husband’s funeral

Well-loved British journalist remembered in Gibraltar

Chief Minister Fabian Picardo honours David Eade in UN speech

Carpe Samsung!

Giles Brown is on a one man crusade against mobile telephones

Bishop of Malaga steps into priest protest row

Bishop backs Sabinillas priest Nicholas Timpu in face of protest

Spanish goalkeeper confuses Nelson Mandela with actor Morgan Freeman

Martinez tweeted, “Very sorry to hear of the death of Nelson Mandela, one of the greatest actors that Hollywood has ever known.”

Two Gibraltar police officers killed in motorbike tragedy

Couple leave five children behind after horror crash on the Ronda road

Tracing David in Spain

Can anyone shed light on the life of our dead dad on the Costa del Sol?

Buried on the beach

EXCLUSIVE BY ANDREW PEARCE IN LA MAMOLA: The funeral of the English couple killed by freak roof collapse attended by hundreds of Spanish and British mourners on the coast


OLD HACK IN THE SUN: Benny Davis with the ramblings of an 80-something expat in Spain

OVER the centuries, us Brits have maintained our traditional stiff upper lip through a multitude of catastrophic situations.