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19:05

Local

Mystery of man found with partially-amputated penis continues

Álvaro Frías / Juan Cano

The mystery over the man found disorientated and wandering the streets of Torremuelle in Benalmádena with a head wound and a partially-amputated penis continues. The man was intercepted by the emergency services last Saturday after a concerned

17:19

Sport

Benzema solves the mystery

Rob Palmer

Lewandowski annually linked. Lesser professionals would have taken a pay day in China or sought a lucrative move to a Premier League club but Benzema stayed on the scene and he’s solved the mystery.

10:46

Local

Bones suitcase mystery solved as medical student declares ownership

Juan CANO / Álvaro FRÍAS

An investigation has concluded that the suitcase filled with bones which was discovered in a Fuengirola lockup two weeks ago belonged to a medical student. The more than 20 bones, individually wrapped in the English edition of a newspaper, were, be

15:24

LifeStyle

The mystery of the stolen bell

CECILIA CUERDO

The travels of the bell from the parish church in Guadalcanal (Seville) would delight any detective, especially knowing that there is a happy ending. This ancient item left its church to be restored by a workshop in Jaén; they sent it to another spec

09:14

LifeStyle

16 November 1491: The mystery of the Holy Child of La Guardia

Daryl Finch

On 16 November 1491, in the Brasero de la Dehesa in Ávila to the north-west of Madrid, nine men, three Jews and six 'conversos' (Jews who had converted to Catholicism), were handed over to the secular authorities and either strangled and burned at th

17:57

LifeStyle

5 April 1419: The death of Saint Vincent Ferrer

Tony Bryant

(Ferdinand I of Aragon). Born in Valencia in 1350, St Vincent Ferrer (Sant Vicent Ferrer in Valencian), patron saint of orphanages, was the fourth child of a nobleman called Guillem Ferrer. His birth is surrounded in mystery and legend claims that his

14:00

National

Mystery of dead body at the base of a hospital lift shaft is party solved

SUR

...why it had been so easy to open the lift doors. But it was a complete mystery how the unrecognisable man had got there and who he was. He was found on 10 July by lift technicians who were investigating strange noises, which it turned out were from ... the lift hitting the man underneath. After days of drawing blanks, a missing persons report and forensic investigation has solved the case. The man is a retired construction worker with knowledge of lifts, but why he was there remains a mystery.

16:22

What to do

Whodunnit murder mystery farce to be performed in Cártama

Tony Bryant

...renowned for his comic murder mystery plays. Tickets for the show cost 12 euros for non-members, while members pay ten euros. This includes a dinner that will be served during the interval. Guests will also have the opportunity to win prizes for

12:49

Local

Mystery of the baby goat attack in Benagalbón solved

SUR

DNA tests carried out on a young pitbull dog have solved the mystery of how a baby goat lost all four of its hooves in December 2017. A resident of Benagalbón acquired the two-month-old goat as a pet for his two children. However, days later the

11:55

Gibraltar

New Gibraltar History lecture series begins

Debbie Bartlett

The University's fourth series of Gibraltar History lectures begins on 20 April and will take place every Friday at 10am until the end of June. The first lecture, 'The Goatherd's Path, a 300-year-old mystery lost in history and translation?' will be