Tuesday, 22 August, 2017

La Cultura

More than 20 forensic experts are extracting bones from three unmarked graves

Jon Clarke catches the Pixies, New Order and Chvrches live at BBK in Bilbao

A Moroccan has caused thousands of euros worth of damage to a Rincon de la Victoria shrine

Spain has one of the highest rates of temporary contracts in the EU

He went from house parties and skiing trips with Princess Margaret to smuggling cannabis, and rubbing shoulders with seasoned criminals

They Didn’t Go Alone, at the National Naval Museum until September 30 tells the story of Spain's first female admiral, Isabel Barreto

Ready in the wings?

They will be held every Sunday opposite Aladin’s in La Cala

Three out of four believed the working day should end at 6pm

The first state visit in over 30 years has been axed due to the instability of the government

American author has been awarded the Prince of Asturias award

Former Swedish House Mafia members Axwell & Ingrosso will headline the open-air STAGE

The Wylie Agency will open an office in Spain in an attempt to reach the growing Spanish-speaking market

A MAVERICK Andalucia-based British artist claims to be the ‘real Banksy’.  Londoner Michael Shurman claims he created the globally-known graffiti persona over a decade ago,...

Both towns used to be similar in size and wealth

Eugenio Ampudia has recently spent the night outside the contemporary art museum Gas Natural Fensa of A Coruna

And there's certainly no stiff upper lip between the sheets

His parents fear the dangers of working in North Korea

Sanctioned exorcisms are regularly carried out by the Catholic Church in Spain

It is hoped locals will open their doors to the families for 10 days

Jane's Addiction, Stereophonics and Caribou among star acts as Spain's summer of music sizzles

After long, personal journey, Richard Long displays artistic results in Malaga

They partied and soaked up the sun on a luxury yacht ahead of the big day

Photography exhbition opens in local museum

The Olive Press is proud to present its first Gay Pride supplement, the first of what we hope will be a long, line of successful specials, promoting the very best of Andalucia’s LGBT+ community

The world-famous flamenco singer performed in front of a sold-out crowd following the death of his wife to cancer


UPDATE: Man shot dead confirmed as suspect Younes Abouyaaqoub, a 22-year-old Moroccan-born, who officers believe was the driver in last week's Barcelona terror attack. ARMED police...


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