Tuesday, 12 December, 2017

Granada

Body of a 24-year-old from Malaga found five feet off-piste

Property firm Kyero reported a decline in growth in enquiries for Spanish properties for the first time in February

The mayor who won election by the toss of a coin is facing calls for his resignation after the state opened a corruption investigation in one of Granada’s smallest villages

Theatre festival heads to Granada for its encore

Five days banged-up in jail for having the wrong name, now Juan Tena gets star treatment

Film star is scouting out locations for a biopic on the life of the last Moorish king

New research has tracked the 16th century author’s own Don Quixote-esque voyage of Andalucia

The French expat who allegedly killed his girlfriend had been ‘hiding’ in a famous hippy commune in Granada.

Alpujarras resident Colette Nolan, whose son Zebedee is 10-months-old, desperately needs to raise €100,000 to pay for innovative therapy at the ChemoThermia Oncology Centre in Istanbul

Researchers also found that men over age 35 are twice as likely to die if they are hit

The weather has been described as 'genuinely extreme' by the AEMET state meteorology service.

A local police officer accused of killing a woman has been found dead in his prison cell

Lloyd Thornton came in a full 10 seconds ahead of his competitors

The new single track AVE line to Granada has caused concern

A series of arrests have been made after fights broke out over the new smoking ban

An opportunity to spend seven days of walking, talking, eating and drinking with the Driving Over Lemons author

Judges release Alhendín town planning boss on bail

Police seize 2.8 tonnes of hashish and arrest five people following an emergency call by a concerned citizen

New documents written in 1965 but only revealed today, are the first official documents to record Lorca's killing

Toss of a 20-centimo coin decides who becomes mayor of small Alpujarra town

Surgeons reattached the boy's feet after he lost them in a road accident

The region's skiers will be rubbing their hands together

The accident occurred when workers were moving casings

After back-to-back victories hosts Spain face group rivals Brazil in Granada

Graham Mullis has been left out of pocket after Compulsory Purchase Order was served on ‘dream’ home

Proceeds will go to the Acompalia charity

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