Thursday, October 18, 2018

Convicted former Marbella mayor hospitalised in Algeciras

The court granted special exemption to Munoz given the severity of his health

Vejer de la Frontera: Dining capital

With a regular influx of talented restaurateurs and chefs it is no surprise that Vejer has become one of Andalucia’s culinary capitals, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Former Jerez mayor ordered to find €11 million in bail for corruption case

Former Jerez mayor ordered to pay bail of millions

Beach rescue

The Spanish government has stepped in to help out battered beaches

Shakespeare’s Spanish stamp of approval

Jerez is launching an official postage stamp in honour of William Shakespeare

25,000 jobs to be created in Campo de Gibraltar in next four years

Promises made that €70 million would be made available to the area in the next budget if the PP remains in central government

HUNGER GAMES: British expats will be ‘hammered’ by UK government’s approach to EU citizens, leaked document suggests

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

British expat killed in paragliding accident in Cadiz

An experienced paraglider dies moments after take-off in the Sierra de Líjar mountain range

Toddler on beach hurt in Tarifa kitesurf accident

Father blames misleading outdated signposts

La Linea mayor threatens to resign

Gemma Araujo is angry with the lack of grants being paid by central government

Vejer de la Frontera – dining capital

Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke traces the reasons Vejer has become a true frontier for cooking

Wanted British criminal seized in San Roque

Crimestoppers offered €1,000 reward for capturing Brit wanted for 30 violent burglaries

Shallow grave

Woman found guilty of starving 16 thoroughbreds sees more horses die in Spain

Campo de Gibraltar hospital staff call for return of cut wages

Staff at the hospital of La Linea de la Concepcion protested outside its entrance

Expats showcasing their talents in Grazalema

Joint art exhibition until September 8

Singer released after child murder charges dropped

Miguel Flores walked free from court in Jerez de la Frontera after the child’s family decided not to proceeed with the case

Sotogrande killer found dead in cell

The man arrested for murdering his partner and their child in a Sotogrande home was found dead today

Two people arrested over animal trafficking in Spain

A Ronda man and the owner of a zoo in Cadiz province charged with trafficking protected species, fraud and issuing false documentation

Spanish summer beach ban U-turn

Shutting two beaches was a huge ‘error’ according to mayor

Appeal for MISSING Sotogrande expat who works in Gibraltar

Lisa Brown, originally from Scotland, has not been seen since Wednesday, November 4

On me ‘ead minotaur

They have painted the town blue in Jerez after the town’s football team got promoted to the Spanish first division

Racism row as new rules deny expat kids the right to play football in Spain

EXCLUSIVE: Young expats are routinely being denied the right to play football in racism row

Flood of migrants in past 48 hours in Strait of Gibraltar

Emergency services have picked up nearly 1,000 migrants in dozens of boats and rafts

Spanish doctor drowns trying to save son

He died off Zahara de los Atunes as he tried to save the six-year-old being swept out to sea

€75 million worth of cocaine seized in San Roque

Guardia Civil made the discovery after members of the public alerted them to four large bags lying in a scrapheap

Cadiz shipwreck skipper ordered to pay €1.4 million in compensation

Eight people died 14 miles off the coast of Barbate during a storm in 2007


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