Tuesday, 28 February, 2017

Cadiz

More than 40% of Britons will change their holiday plans

Rights group Toniza has requested a meeting with Chiclana Town Hall

There will doubtless be people who are thinking that their entitlement to these benefits may cease

There have been landslides and 'chaos' in Malaga city

The document also pointed out it could now be left up to individual member states to decide if British nationals can live in their country

Spain saw a 2.2% increase in salaries against a 5.75% drop in property prices

The bad weather will last all weekend

The clip soon went viral as Spaniards were just not having it

The 39-year-old Jerezano wowed judges with his ‘edible light’ project

Neighbouring Estepona and Mijas are far lower than Marbella

The average tourist spent €1,023, or €138 per day

The pair discussed the issue during an informal 25-minute meeting

The diocese could be facing an administrative fine from the Ministry of Culture

He died with his mother when their inflatable boat sank

The four Brits will walk 700 miles from Tarifa to Asturias from February 5 to raise money to help protect the bird, whose population has fallen by 93% in the UK and 74% in Europe since 1970

Authorities say the lifeless body was found on Friday

Most of the country can expect heavy rainfall for the rest of the day

Homeowners are being warned by consumer associations

Manuel Rodríguez de Castro, a high ranking ex Partido Popular official in José María Aznar’s government, has been incarcerated in a Madrid prison

Sotogrande-based Calum McGregor, who said the sport helped him battle his ‘demons’, has released Touching Distance From Africa

A look back at one of the most dramatic years in memory

Today half of the country will be tuned into the television and radio to hear the results of the national Christmas lottery

Ministers recently voted to give financial support to 'emergency zones' in Malaga, Cadiz and Huelva, which were hit by deluges that left two people dead

The traffic arm of the Guardia Civil have intensified controls

The male electrician was in a work van with three other workers when a flash flood struck it in La Linea de la Concepcion late yesterday afternoon, trapping him inside

Centre asks individuals, companies, clubs and associations for help

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