Saturday, 21 October, 2017

Granada

‘Waste not want not’ as Andalucia’s iconic crop goes electric

The young Russian woman not only claimed first prize but was also awarded the special ‘Leo Brouwer’ award

Homes in Granada, Spain look set for a furniture revolution after plans were passed for an Ikea store

The arrests – five in Malaga and four in Granada – were made by the Central Economic and Fiscal Crime Unit (UDEF)

Weekend course celebrating midwifery and home birthing

A COURT in Granada has heard how up to 800 people illegally passed through the entrance to the Alhambra every 30 minutes. A year-long judicial...

This case promises to be a long walk to justice for 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

Founder of Escuela Oficial de Esqui, Juan Luis Hernandez, recalls his first pair of skis and how far the Sierra Nevada resort has come since his first visit

Four teenager girls allegedly filmed the assault in the Lecrin Valley town of Durcal

After a day full of exertion on the slopes there's plenty of places serving delicious worthy of a good appetite

Health and safety case against three cemetery florists thrown out

The traffic arm of the Guardia Civil have intensified controls

World heritage group UNESCO has condemned regional government plans to build a second reservoir on the Contraviesa mountain range in La Alpujarra

Expats fined 81,000 euros and forced to turn their dream home back into a farm shed

Five others were left injured after the three car pile up

After years of speculation, months of investigations and weeks of digging, Spanish poet Lorca's remains are nowhere to be found. A big mistake, or did Franco's troops clear the mass grave just weeks after it was used?

Jon Clarke on the terrors of trying to teach your own children how to ski in Sierra Nevada

Neighbouring Estepona and Mijas are far lower than Marbella

This annual festival celebrates Andalucia's status as an autonomous community

Spain's longest-serving prisoner is pardoned for the festive period and then sent back again due to mix up

It is not yet known if Diaz will run to be head of the Junta again in 2019

Former Genesis drummer Chris Stewart showed off his sheep shearing skills in Nerja

Fog of confusion as Ryanair accused of lying over suspicious cancellation

Granada’s lakes are a winter home to more than 2,450 birds

Granada farmer strips off to promote his produce

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