Sunday, 21 January, 2018

Cadiz

Actress' brother calls off hunger strike

69-year-old mother of twins loses her battle with cancer

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

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

EXCLUSIVE - A massive hotel scheme that would have radically altered a large part of the Costa de la Luz has been scrapped.

Buyer loses tens of thousands after buying unbuilt property through complex web of agents and a lawyer who wasn't interested

The world’s most influential wine critic is to come to Jerez for his first trip to Europe in over 20 years

His funeral cortège stretched for seven miles and was attended by over 100,000 people. So it seems fitting that the childhood home of flamenco star Cameron de la Isla should be turned into a museum

Jerez is to name a street after cult US novelist Edgar Allan Poe. This year is the 200th anniversary of his birth

Britain's favourite bird, the robin, is still on the menu in some restaurants in Cadiz.

During the early days of the Spanish Civil War, a large group of women and children were rounded up and shot in a chapel near Jimena de la Frontera.

Golf not so bad for the environment after all, with one of world's rarest birds colonising its greens

A further 18 people have been arrested over the continuing investigation into the construction of 30,000 illegal homes in Chiclana.

A paraglider is said to be to blame for a series of powercuts in a pair of villages in El Gastor and Algodonales in Cadiz.

Almería protects rare bird while Cádiz launches gull cull following invasion

Developers disappear after court rules that they unlawfully pocketed 50,000 euro deposit from English man, whose home will never be built

Long evenings spent lounging on the beach, mojito in hand, while watching the sun go down could be a thing of the past after one local council on the Costa de la Luz banned all chiringuitos this summer

Cádiz coast first to benefit from construction crackdown

PLANS to build 170 houses and a hotel close to the ruins of a second century Roman settlement have been slammed by environmental groups.

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

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