Tuesday, 28 February, 2017

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Guardia Civil helicopter crew perform daring rescue in the Guadalhorce valley
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People have been forced to 'cling' to their roofs in Mijas and Cartama, according to residents, in what local police are calling the worst rains since 1989

Some of the best come from talented photographers in Andalucia

For four hours, non-stop, the helicopters dropped thousands of litres of water, scooped up from the municipal swimming pool, on the leaping flames

A fire is currently burning in San Roque

La Sala launches new restaurant 50 metres above ground

Participants from villages and towns across the Serrania de Ronda created a colourful cavalcade that was occasionally interrupted by a brief skirmishes

Matadors rushed to his aid as blood poured down his leg.

Iconic Spanish architects complete innovative cliffside pad on the Andalucia coast

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

American photographer David Maisel’s eerie images of Spain’s ravaged industrial landscape are part of a major new collection

Accessible only to snorkelers and divers, Europe’s first underwater museum is opening in the waters off of Lanzarote

The shark was born at Benalmadena’s Sea Life as part of its conservation project

Francisco Mingorance won the ‘places’ category in National Geographic’s yearly honours for his photo of a marsh in Cordoba partially destroyed by radioactive waste

At Christmas Gerard Pique, wife Shakira and their two sons Milan and Sasha posed wearing matching pyjamas

Most wonderful time of the year

The giant tortoise, which can be found at Fuengirola’s Bioparc, can grow up to 1.3 metres long and weigh as much as 400kg

Three-bed house on the outskirts of Madrid has become a tourist attraction

This springy canine has been leaping about the Axarquia

They are common in New Guinea, Indonesia and Australia - and Fuengirola

Pedro Jarque Krebs’ photo could win the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards

The Podenco was ‘thin and scared’ when rescued by the Jimena Animal Welfare Society

Follow the example of these prime pooches and get togged up for Remembrance Day

End of an era as 40,000 workers prepare for unemployment

The Olive Press makes fashion headlines that give new meaning to the ‘rag trade’

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