Sunday, January 20, 2019

Spanish director predicts Mayday mayhem

Police braced for trouble as film director Pedro Almodovar believes violent clashes more likely this year

High time for a kitesurf on the Costa de la Luz

Europe’s top kitesurfing spot is on the Costa de la Luz, writes Jared Garland

Former La Linea mayor Alejandro Sanchez burns more than his bridges

Ex mayor of La Linea denounced after incinerating thousands of documents and giving public property to friends

Devastating tsunami will hit southern Spain and Portugal, experts warn

The Gulf of Cadiz sits on a major plate boundary posing a huge risk to coastal areas

Protesters clash with police over unpaid wages at Gibraltar border

Over 200 municipal workers are on strike in an ongoing dispute over pay

Spanish test driver recalls UK crash ordeal

A horrific crash in England left Maria de Villota badly injured, losing her right eye.

The Prodigy to headline Creamfields Andalucia

British dance legends will headline one of Spain's biggest music festivals in August

Missing Lisa Brown: David Cameron vows to help family find answers

Her disappearance was raised at Prime Minister's Questions by a Scottish MP

Tourist hopes for Jerez

New plans unveiled to boost sector

Ex-Costa del Sol British expat spends £8,000 saving 41 cats from Duquesa

Ex-Gibraltar project analyst Laura Inglis ships moggies home

Puerto Banus ranked sixth most expensive address in Spain

The numbers are in and the glitzy marina sits comfortably among the top ten most expensive addresses in Spain

Scythed by a kite surfer

AN unsuspecting pensioner diced with death after tangling with a reckless kitesurfer

‘I’m the saviour of Jerez’: Glenn Hoddle

EXCLUSIVE: Former England manager returns to Spain in last minute drama. By Troy Shaheen

Earthquakes hit Andalucia

Casares, in Malaga province, was the epicentre on Sunday and this morning (Tuesday) it was the turn of Jimena de la Frontera in the province of Cadiz

Protest on Valdevaqueros beach against town hall development plans

The complex would cut right through Tarifa's virgin Valdequeros beach

Algeciras to Granada passenger train service on the brink of closure

EXCLUSIVE: Possible closure of Algeciras to Granada passenger train service will have ‘huge impact’ on expats

My vow to beat motorbike muggers

Expat in bid to halt recent rise of high-speed robberies

2016: What a year!

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

Tackling the internet trolls in Spain

Police called in over internet hate campaign which claims expat is a ‘wanted criminal’

127 kilo cocaine haul found on Spanish naval training ship

Three sailors have been detained in Cadiz

New AA group for Costa de la Luz

Alcoholics Anonymous is now running an English-speaking help group in Vejer.

Abandoned Cadiz nature reserve to be brought back to life

Twitchers are set to flock to Trocadero Island as rare species return

Spanish footsteps of the gods

JAMES BRYCE took a trip to Chiclana and Sancti Petri, where it is said that the Temple of Hercules once stood and Roman leaders Hannibal and Caesar took their hols

Whale watching in Tarifa

A fantastic place for a fun and environmentally friendly day out

Sotogrande International School launch International A Levels and the American High School Diploma course

They are hosting a drop in session on the 15 June, 2016 at Tennis Club Puente Romano, Marbella for students and parents who are interested in learning more

Algeciras signs agreement with Philips Iberica to boost energy efficiency

Mayor hopes to reinforce his Smart City scheme with the installation of new energy-efficient street lights


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