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Street level kits to test the purity/content in various illegal drugs have gone on sale in a San Antonio Supermarket, and the distributor is hoping they will soon be available across the island. The kits are branded EZ test, by the company who introduced the first commercially available consumer drug test for Ecstasy in 1996
Beloved long-time Ibiza resident, Nik Turner, tragically passed away earlier this week. For those that knew him and wish to pay their respects, Nik's funeral is tomorrow on Thursday 18th at 6pm in the church of San Antonio, Calle Ample. He will also be at the chapel of rest at Carrer ses Baldraques 12 in Ibiza town from midday to 2pm for those who cannot make the funeral.
A student armed with a crossbow killed one teacher and injured another at a Barcelona high school on Monday morning. Three students were also reportedly injured with a knife.
San Antonio Police have been called to a house where they found 70 dogs and 30 cats living in unsanitary conditions. Complaints from neighbours at the noise and smell emanating from the property lead to the police action, which resulted in the discovery that of all 70 dogs, only 3 were chipped with health records. The police were accompanied by environmental health technicians who reported that whilst most of the animals did not have the mandatory health card and chip, they were in generally good health.
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