Friday, 20 October, 2017

Granada

It is not clear if the Government’s plan would be a breach of EU treaties

Colder countries were found to have a lower rate of empty homes

More than 40% of Britons will change their holiday plans

There will doubtless be people who are thinking that their entitlement to these benefits may cease

There have been landslides and 'chaos' in Malaga city

A photo appears to show the ghostly figure of a child in Vegas del Genil town hall

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

Tourists will still be able to visit the site during the building work

Spain saw a 2.2% increase in salaries against a 5.75% drop in property prices

The bad weather will last all weekend

The clip soon went viral as Spaniards were just not having it

Neighbouring Estepona and Mijas are far lower than Marbella

The average tourist spent €1,023, or €138 per day

Graphic content warning: Following the shocking massacre of a landowner's dogs by alleged hunters upset over a hunting ban, we trace the Spanish roots of the gruesome sport

The pair discussed the issue during an informal 25-minute meeting

The dogs who survived the attack are still visibly shaken

Most of the country can expect heavy rainfall for the rest of the day

Homeowners are being warned by consumer associations

Detectives from the environment section Seprona said it was one of the worst attacks they had seen

A government spokesman put the increase in arrests down to ‘exceptional work’

A look back at one of the most dramatic years in memory

Not one of the eight provincial cities has an approved spending plan

WHEN he first arrived on the slopes at the age of ten it took well over an hour to get there from Granada and...

Sevilla and Granada, two of the most popular tourist destinations, are among those who must demonstrate their commitment to cutting levels in the short term

It’s two decades since intrepid expats Giles Birch and Jonathan Buzzard started working in the Sierra Nevada, writes Jon Clarke

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