After our report last issue about villas being built 20 metres from the beach in Mijas, activists demand date for Algarrobico hotel demolition in Almeria
Judges in Almeria have thrown out a case against Greenpeace by the developers behind the illegal Algarrobico hotel
The Junta is facing criminal charges for falsifying documents over the controversial Algarrobico hotel affair
Hundreds of demonstrators mobbed the offices of Almería's town planning chief in a protest against planned demolitions.
Hundreds of British demonstrators demand an end to sleight of hand, trickery and fraud
Directors from Azata del Sol claim to have accepted 100 million euros from central government for the Algarrobico hotel, built upon virgin sands inside the Cabo de Gata Natural Park
Almería protects rare bird while Cádiz launches gull cull following invasion
Government fails to agree multi-million-euro compensation package with developers Azata del Sol
A Mojacar hotel slammed as being “worse than Algarrobico” is under investigation by an Almería court
Len and Helen Prior stand on the site of their former dream home putting a brave face on the wreckage that regional politics and municipal corruption have made of their retirement.
Junta stops construction plans for Europe’s largest land-maritime nature reserve
Socialists in Almería have demanded the removal of a plaque from a local cemetery that commemorates Catholic victims of the Civil War
Cabo de Gata urban plans in spotlight while UN renews Biosphere Reserve status
As Greenpeace claims work on the Algarrobico Hotel continues, the Olive Press charts the controversial history of the edifice that has become a symbol of rampant coastal destruction
In letters three storeys high and covering 1,200 square metres, Greenpeace used 250 kilograms of black paint for its latest protest against the controversial El Algarrobico hotel.
Thehead of the Partido Popular in Vícar (Almería) has resigned after being caught red-handed with more than 1,000 kilograms of a banned pesticide.
Cabo de Gata set to reduce in size after Carboneras motion
Water infrastructure “insufficient” for Almuñécar expansion plans
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Bob Maddox asks if the environmental cost of producing cheap, year round vegetables for the northern European market is really worth it.
Judges in Granada have ordered construction work on the Parque Nevada shopping centre in Armilla to be stopped after a request by building officials from the regional government.