Monday, 11 December, 2017


And was a little too close for comfort for Olive Press columnist Giles Brown

Rosa Arrabal is among 40 local public officials and businessmen who are caught up in the investigation

Experts say the fish ‘has a fat composed of waxy esters that are not digestible for humans, so when consumed people suffer from gastrointestinal disorders’.

A detox of the land, which was used to store petrol in the 1970s, took place in 2002 but new legislation demands more tests

Winter birds to look out for

Salarte has brought the La Covacha salt plain back to life

The Junta has declared Las Lagunas de Campillos y de La Ratosa near Antequera special conservation zones, due to the important wildlife habitats they provide

Clive Muir and Sue Eatock tell us hidden dangers lurk behind the beauty of the plant that lines Spain’s dry riverbeds and motorways – the oleander

Torremolinos Town Hall has learnt the hard way that nothing in life is free

It had escaped from a nearby circus

Take your Andalucian summer beyond the crowded Costa beaches with our 26 favourite spots

PLANS to build a luxury golf complex on protected woodland have been temporarily postponed after a legal order was issued banning the felling of...

Once a war zone, today an ecological battle ground – Rob Horgan discovers why a singer, a sculptor and a Michelin-starred chef are fighting to turn an island in the Bay of Cadiz into a bird-watching paradise

Over 30% of all the grapes picked in Jerez’s wine harvest are being picked at night to avoid the worse of the seasonal heat.

And another lynx has been run over by a motorist

A fire is currently burning in San Roque

How the floods have given me more than they have taken, by ‘Wonder Woman’ Natalie Rose Kern

Castilla La Mancha takes a stand against nuclear waste

Researcher Dr Simon Day has predicted waves of up to 25 metres if there is a landslide in the Canary Islands

THE emergency services received dozens of calls from concerned Malagueños after an earthquake struck the Alboran Sea yesterday evening. The quake was recorded at 6.19pm...

Puerto Real is the most polluted place in the country, while La Linea comes third

Environment Ministry issues licence for area close to park

The fire is believed to still be ravaging the area towards Almonaster

Couple return home to find a rare Griffon vulture on their bed, while second family find another on balcony

Giant squid weighing 180kg washed up on Spanish beach

Andalucia's Sandgrouse population has grown by almost 300 percent in the last three years




A DEAD man was found with his head and parts of his shoulders trapped under a vehicle on Ramón Muntaner street in Palma on...
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