The seventh series of British dating reality shows, love island is here again!

Hitting back on your screens from Monday, June 28, 2021, the first group of contestants have made it to the Mallorca Villa in Majorca, Spain.

The villa has been renovated and beautifully furnished for the contestants to feel comfortable as they go through a journey full of excitements, flirts, mixed feelings, ‘disappointments’ and all the drama to eventually find true love.

Newly arrivals for this season’s Love Island are, eleven vibrant and energetic singletons comprising of six ladies and five gentlemen.

The six ladies are; FayeWinter, Sharon Gaffka, Liberty Poole, Shannon Singh, Kaz Kamwi, Chloe Burrows. The guys are; Aaron Francis, Hugo Hammond, Jake Cornish, Brad McClelland, Toby Aromolaran.

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These islanders are equipped with unique skills like teaching, modelling, soccer, engineering, writing, management, event planning just to mention a few. They’d get connected skilfully as they learn from each other, aside staying true to their emotions to connect with the right person, in the Villa.

The sixth edition took place during the winter season and after weeks of moments of heartbreaks, surprises, quality date and romance, came a successful end with contestants, Paige Turley and Finn Tapp crowed as the couple of the show.

The couple won over their fellow candidates, Luke Trotman and Siannise Fudge and were awarded with a cash prize of £50,000.

Laura Whitmore will continue for the second time as the host for the reality show and bring to viewers all the glamour as well as the back and forth from the Mallorca Villa.

Your summer can’t get better without watching exciting episodes of the show on ITV2 each night.

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According to most users of Uber,  it is such a great and a very reliable service. Android, IOS and Windows phone application connects riders with drivers using their phone capabilities, informing both parties of one another’s location. The Tech company processes all payments involved, charging the passengers credit card, taking a cut for itself, ranging from 20% to 50% and depositing the remaining money into driver’s  account.

 On December 9th,2014 in Spain, Madrid, a  judge ruled that Uber should cease all activities in the country because it’s drivers do not have an official authorization and thus act as an unfair competition to existing taxi services.

In India, New Delhi, Uber Taxi was banned due to allegations of rape against an Uber driver in Delhi. Uber services in the city was not following the city’s obligatory police verification procedure. the driver had been charged, acquitted of a prior sexual assault in 2011. Within two days of the rape incident, almost 7,000 people signed a petition calling on Uber to undergo a compulsory seven year check on drivers in line with its U.S operations. However, activities related to the provision of any type of transport service in Delhi has been banned…

ASHYA-KING- POLICEThe search for a five-year-old boy with a brain tumour, missing since being taken out of hospital by his parents against medical advice, is focusing on his family’s apartment in Spain.

Police cars have been seen outside a property in Marbella as efforts continue to locate Ashya King.

Ashya and his family were last seen on a ferry to France after being taken from Southampton General Hospital.

Hampshire Police described the need to find him as “desperate”.

It is feared the battery on the feeding system he uses has run out.

Hampshire Police earlier said Ashya’s family had “strong links to the Marbella area” and believe they may be travelling there

Hampshire Assistant Chief Constable Chris Shead said: “It is really important that we find him and ensure he receives medical attention at the earliest opportunity.”

He also cautioned it was possible the family could be somewhere other than Spain and asked people across the continent to remain vigilant.

Mr Shead said it was unclear whether Ashya’s parents had spare batteries, or knew how to recharge them.

“Without properly administered food Ashya’s situation is very serious,” he said.

A spokesman for Spain’s national police said: “We have received an alert about the family and are actively trying to locate them.” BBCNEWS

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