Saturday, 23 September, 2017

Almeria

While Almería and Telde have maintained their low level in the annual ranking, Mijas has plummeted

Its closest rival, up and coming Greece, paled in comparison

Some 60 migrants have died so far this year trying to reach Spain
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The weather in Murcia is expected to return to normal from today

The population of British pensioners in Spain has also jumped 'notably'

Some stores have already begun

SPAIN is to see an increase in alcohol and drug checkpoints on its roads this weekend. Checkpoints will be especially increased on conventional roads and...

The average age of the province is just 39.6 years

The promotion will end on 30th June 2017 and applies to properties priced €180,000 and above

His appeal comes after he was randomly asked to act as an interpreter in crime cases TWICE in two days

The lucky winner will become Specsavers Opticas model of the year

Jolly Gel will certainly pay for itself many times over in terms of water, chemical and electricity bills

Ecologistas en Accion has urged the Spanish Prosecution Service to investigate the unnamed business, which is currently carrying out suspicious activity in a super intensive olive grove in Sorbas, Almeria

€6,000 in cash, growing equipment and 494 plants were seized during the bust.

The country's 'hot markets' including Ibiza and Marbella are still thriving

Tabernas’s Oro del Desierto olive grove is a different world to the vast super-intensive farms it neighbours, which are sapping the region of its life blood - water

Now 400 times more water is being taken from an important Almeria aquifer than enters, an alarming situation that is being blamed on a surge in super-intensive olive production in the zone

Poverty has increased in the country despite its solid performance

The remains are covered in marks made from stone tools, fire and human teeth

Fracking firms have been met with strong opposition from locals and regional authorities

Only six people have seen the 'secret EU strategy', including Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker

Last November, Spain was fined €46.5m by the EU Commission due to a failure to ensure its plants were safely processing sewage

It is thought the issue will be at the top of the agenda once Brexit talks begin

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