Monday, 11 December, 2017

Tag: Cadiz

Hundreds of people have been invited to take to the streets in the eight provincial capitals to listen to the life stories of those sleeping rough

Manuel Rodríguez de Castro, a high ranking ex Partido Popular official in José María Aznar’s government, has been incarcerated in a Madrid prison

Seven film stars are among those to have made the cut in the upcoming 31st Goya film awards, Spain’s equivalent of the Oscars

Millions of people are expected to come out and join in with the huge Cabalgatas de Reyes, which will snake their way through both bustling cities and tiny villages

Dramatic vistas in the sierras de Ronda, Cadiz and Almeria are all being eyed up by the famed director, who has just visited the region

Ministers recently voted to give financial support to 'emergency zones' in Malaga, Cadiz and Huelva, which were hit by deluges that left two people dead
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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

Over 100 emergency calls swamp rescuers as familes flee

Lenticular clouds have been behind alleged UFO sightings around the world

The youth wing of La Voz de Algeciras party wants the city's government to designate public areas where young people can express their artistic talents

The sixth annual celebration is taking place all over Andalucia to celebrate the passionate dance, music and singing form that has its roots in the region

The Madrid side run out overall winners

It’s a sin if you missed the No Sin Musica festival in Cadiz, writes Michael Hayes

There are two dog-friendly beaches on the Costa del Sol

The English band played classics mixed with new tunes

Raising the black flag: Green group honours Spain’s most polluted and worst managed beaches with Black Flag 2016 awards

Headlining the Alrumbo music festival, the guys from Essex will be joined by Gipsy Kings and Spanish indie band Vetusta Morla

Nick Nutter's The Sherry Triangle is available on Amazon and Kindle

Showcasing the work of local artist Juan Quiñones

The practice had no hand-washing or sterilisation facilities

The days of ‘espeto’ sardines and sipping sangria on the sand are back, as the coast’s chiringuitos open up for spring

The project divided opinion among the traditionalists and modernists

OP blogger Luke Andrews enjoys a wild weekend volunteering with Jerez zoo

“They called the builders instead of the restorers.”

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