Saturday, 16 December, 2017


A significant amount of the Spanish population are breathing in dangerous levels of pollutants

Salarte has brought the La Covacha salt plain back to life

Continual flooding in the Burriana underground car park forced town hall officials to shut it

A rare type of insect is in danger due to construction work in Juzcar

THIS is the moment giant hail stones battered Spain during a savage summer storm. Lumps of ice the size of golf balls hammered down during...

Ronda’s Los Merinos golf macroproject has been scrapped by the Supreme Court after almost a decade of legal warfare

As Greenpeace claims work on the Algarrobico Hotel continues, the Olive Press charts the controversial history of the edifice that has become a symbol of rampant coastal destruction

AT least nine people have died following the outbreak of wildfires in Portugal and Spain over the weekend.  Hundreds of fires, which were made deliberately...

For nine days, all cars were banished from the city centre in a trial run to pedestrianise the capital

The Beaches red flags were raised immediately

A campaign to save the olive trees has been launched by the Izquierda Unida political party

Electric car sales in Spain rose by 91 per cent last month

Plans to build a cafe and shop on unspoilt Cabo de Gata beach annulled

English expat urges dog owners to be vigilant after his rottweiler died in agony from processionary caterpillar poisoning

New sustainable approach to land use will see green areas reclassified A RADICAL new building ban will prevent further erosion of the islands’ valuable green...

The bins are hoping to be produced worldwide in January

Forward-thinking businesses in Malaga, Sevilla and Granada are among those developing the renewable energy sector in countries including Mexico, Panama and Chile

Half a million greyhounds are abandoned every year when they become too slow to hunt with

She had almost 39,000 followers on her Facebook hunting page

EXCLUSIVE: The group in Villafranco del Guadalhorce have been given a series of excuses for the shortages that began in February

Around 20 men rushed from the shores to behind four star hotels

Andaluz official Jesús Maeztu wants to give people 'transparent information' on the current situation of the beleagured Sevilla/Huelva zone, which risks being added to UNESCO's list of endangered world heritage sites

With trees selling for as much as €100,000, the Felix Rodriguez de la Fuente Foundation wants a law change to ban the uprooting and sale of these trees

If bees became extinct today, mankind would follow suit in 2012. Albert Einstein proclaimed this insect the most important factor in our food chain.

LA Palma has hit been shaken by HUNDREDS of earthquakes in the past few days, sparking fresh fears its active volcano is about to...




OVER 17,700 residents in the ORA areas of Palma have until January 31 to renew parking permits. Residents who have had accidents or incidents over...
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