Saturday, 16 December, 2017

Granada

Jolly Gel will certainly pay for itself many times over in terms of water, chemical and electricity bills

Consumers have been affected in Malaga, Cordoba, Granada, Jaen and Sevilla

Niki Fray and Mark of Cadiar in the Alpujarras will ride the length of Spain and France along the GR7 and E2 routes, which will end with them trotting down the aisle in Brighton

A 58-year-old father from Granada has been killed by lightning.

Temperatures will increase over the Easter weekend. The hottest region will be Cordoba.

Coraxalia Choir, which counts several British members, took centre stage at the First International Choir Festival at Manuel de Falla Concert Hall in Granada

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon in the Durcal area

The monster wave would be caused by a quake striking the Alboran sea,

As the palace historically had a laboratory dedicated to perfume making, essential oil extraction and ceramics, it makes perfect scents

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

Poverty has increased in the country despite its solid performance

Fracking firms have been met with strong opposition from locals and regional authorities

Only six people have seen the 'secret EU strategy', including Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker

Last November, Spain was fined €46.5m by the EU Commission due to a failure to ensure its plants were safely processing sewage

It is thought the issue will be at the top of the agenda once Brexit talks begin

The rights of British expats and EU citizens in the UK will be decided during negotiations

High winds and torrential rain are predicted to lash the country

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

Exports are expected to fall by between €500 million and €1 billion

Madrid has granted €16 million to the Costa

Scientists scraped off the plaque stuck on the teeth of two Neanderthals

The dispute has arisen over working times and conditions

More than 14,000 people took part in the survey

The fraudsters have not spent a second behind bars

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