Saturday, December 15, 2018

Spain cracks 500-year-old secret code used by King Ferdinand

KING Ferdinand's secret code used some 500 years ago has finally been cracked by experts in Spain.  The code was used in letters between Ferdinand...

Cash is King (size)

160,000 euros found under bed of mayor arrested for thousands of illegal licences

Madrid’s firefighters go green to reduce pollution in the city

It is estimated the move will save €18,000 and reduce emissions by 50 tonnes while the total cost of the fleet came in at €660,000.

Corrupt ex-mayor avoids four-year jail sentence for granting an illegal licence

Jose Manuel Aranda fined €3,600 and banned from office for ten years

Malaga hospital activates Ebola protocols following possible outbreak

Malaga's regional hospital has placed a Nigerian man in isolation after displaying symptoms of the Ebola virus

PICTURE SPECIAL: The ‘blonde bombshell’ partner of one-punch Briton Victor Kainth who killed a German expat in Spain

More photos emerge of the 'blonde bombshell' with a reputation for 'turning heads' in the luxury resort

Sun, Sea and Sabrina at El Chambao de Joaquín

SOMETIMES dining out can be all about timing. Choose a restaurant where the regular chef has just quit - and they are placing ads...

Riding the wind: Kite-surfing on the Costa del Sol

The Costa de la Luz is one of Spain’s top spots for kitesurfing – and good for diving too

Hundreds protest as bull speared to death by townsfolk

A 700kg bull was chased then speared to death as part of the 559-year-old Toro de la Vega festival

Sixth of all electricity connections are fraudulent in Spain

Electricity fraud is on the rise in Spain because of the recession

Who made it into the Top 40 of the Expat 100?

After three months of opinion and debate, the Olive Press presents the results of the search for Andalucia's most influential expats (21-40)

Dani Garcia drops in to Marbella school

Double Michelin-starred chef Dani Garcia dropped in on new cookery students at Laude San Pedro International College last Thursday. The Marbella celeb cut the ribbon...

The court closes on the Valencia train crash of 2006

A new investigation into the devastating crash has been thrown out of court

Curtain falls on more British criminals

A most wanted drug trafficker is snatched in a bar in the latest Captura swoop

Monarch says adios to Granada

Second-home owners threaten to sell up as airline pulls Gatwick-Granada route - Exclusive by Jo Chipchase USERS of Monarch’s Gatwick-Granada route have been angered at...

EU attempts to calm border row between Gibraltar and Spain

Officials express concern over ‘clear inconvenience’ caused by delays

Ex-mayor arrested for drink driving and crashing into police officer

The police officer was unharmed, but the politician's reputation wasn't

Malaga chef gets his Michelin star back

Jose Carlos Garcia regains Michelin star for his Malaga restaurant

Hundreds of palm trees destroyed in Almunecar due to killer weevils

Almunecar moves to save 8,000 palm trees from killer weevils

Axarquia’s water company commits to recycling and reducing consumption

They have pledged to improve water purification facilities at La Vinuela reservoir and waste water from the coastal municipalities.

Art proves big draw in Malaga

The CAC has enjoyed a bumper year

10 things you may not know about Spain’s Michelin star chef Dani Garcia

As Dani Garcia wins a coveted third Michelin star, the OP tracks the Marbellin’s astronomical culinary journey

Mixed news for Spanish tourism

Costa del Sol tops tourist charts but statistics reveal sharp fall in 2009 hotel bookings

Spain nets huge fine for illegal fishing

Andalucia must must pay 100 million euros for failing to prevent the capture of rare fish

‘Airport city’ will harm Spanish bird life

A development planned by Alhaurin town hall will have a ‘serious’ environmental impact

Art lovers in for a treat on Costa del Sol

Two new art exhibitions are set to hit the coast next month


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