Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Torre earner

British writer makes small fortune listing Torremolinos as one of world’s most authentic places

Banks threatened for not supporting local business

Angry at the reduction and withdrawal of investment for small businesses, Coin town hall has threatened to fight back

Wild wolves born in Antequera

They were once common across most of the Iberian Peninsular. But wolves are now found in only a few small parts of Spain.

Red card for celeb homes?

The Valle Romano development - where leading Premiership football stars Paul Robinson, Michael Brown and David Bentley have homes - is being investigated as part of Operation Astapa

Hollywood star’s Marbella home closer to demolition

It appears the Spanish justice system has finally caught up with actor Antonio Banderas

“New city” set for Malaga

ONE of the country’s biggest housing developers is planning 70,000 new homes next to Malaga’s technology park. Martinsa-Fadesa has designed plans for the macro-development just...

Malaga mass graves grow

Exhumation reveals remains of 900 Franco victims

Did Junta ignore Marbella corruption?

Roca insists regional government “knew” of his activities

Highway to hell

Planned motorway will bring rapid "costafication" inland, claim locals

Open: the most expensive road in history

After two years of delays, the Nerja-La Herradura stretch of the A7 road finally gets its official opening

Police to interview King over Motril girl

Letter to former lover claims the murderer “has to pay Graham for what he has done to the Motril girl”

Fat cat boss bagged

A FAT-CAT boss who sacked his staff by text message when his compensation firm went bust has been tracked down to Marbella. Inland Revenue investigators...

Police find 60,000 euros in home of Alhaurín mayor

Police investigating an alleged case of urban corruption in Alhaurin el Grande have found 60,000 euros in cash during a raid on a house belonging to the town’s mayor

Protected chameleons could sink massive shopping centre plan

A colony of chameleons is threatening the development of a huge shopping centre and hotel complex on the Costa del Sol

The search for Lorca’s Grave

WHEN the Spanish Civil War broke out in 1936, Gerald Brenan was living with his wife Gamel Woolsey in Churriana, a village west of...

Path protesters face 30,000 euro fines

Guardia Civil accused of bias after fining 40 protesters – some of whom did not attend last year’s demo against the closure of the international GR-7 Spain to Greece footpath

Ex Marbella Police Chief held in car auction scam

Third arrest this year for del Pozo as Mercedes car raises suspicion

Benalmádena grants Medals of Honour to Malaya builders

Mayor defends controversial move: “We are all guilty of something.”

Police arrest 11 in connection with Marbella corruption

Eleven arrested in connection with town planning corruption in Marbella

Ramblers fight back

Ronda ramblers association suing the town hall over series of blocked footpaths

Four arrested over Marbella stolen car ring

POLICE have arrested four men in connection with a scam that involves changing the paperwork of stolen top of the range cars and selling...

Police investigate Vélez murder riddle

A WOMAN found dead near the main Motril-Granada road may have been murdered by a gang dedicated to the white slave trade, police claim. The...
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