Monday, 23 October, 2017

Sevilla

Thirsty, acorn-feeding black pigs produce Spain’s most famous gourmet product which is also good for your health, writes Anne Manson

UNESCO is joined by World Monuments Fund to oppose construction of controversial Torre Cajasol

Electric car initiative sparked by government subsidies

Ryanair passengers faced with the number one ultimatum

Architects vote on skyscraper which could lead to Sevilla losing its World Heritage Status

Sevilla is converting itself into an enormous, open-air photography gallery

The World’s largest solar power tower went into use near Sevilla last week

HE certainly knows how to ham it up on the celebrity circuit. But now David Beckham has proved his total love of ham full stop. After the recent friendly in Sevilla – in which England’s second highest capped player was one of the few plus points for his team – he naturally went shopping.

St Valentines day confession by 20-year-old boyfriend. Jealous former lover Miguel Carcaño, 20, admitted he had killed her in a fit of rage.

Police also spent Monday and Tuesday combing the River Guadalquivir close to the home of 17-year-old Marta del Castillo Casanueva, who went missing two weeks ago

Will the fans and police in Sevilla be any better behaved than in Madrid? After all, Sevilla’s stadium was the scene of an ugly unprovocked police attack on Spurs fans as we reported two years ago

Exclusive By Jon Clarke in Sevilla
Thanks to the Olive Press a dangerous British criminal in Spain is today behind bars

A prehistoric burial site, dubbed the Stonehenge of Sevilla, is to be saved from becoming a supermarket.

In a competition earlier this year In the Write Light called for all Chris Stewarts. Along came Debora Garber who won the top prize with her dispatch on the people’s independent republic of Triana, in Sevilla. Here, the Olive Press runs it for the first time

Copper Age burial site is ‘just a pile of stones’ and not worth saving, claims local mayor

Higher temperatures, a gradual increase in both sea levels and salinity and a drying out of the park's famous marshes are some of the effects of climate change on one of Spain's largest nature reserve

Private detectives are trying to trace a British DJ who fled from Praia da Luz after being accused of grooming an under-age girl for sex.

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