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Corruption and bad planning has seen almost €100 billion wasted on ‘unnecessary’ infrastructure projects in Spain

Unused airports, vanity museums, defunct desalination plants and deserted toll roads are just some of the wasteful projects undertaken

British drug dealer who sold €10 million worth of cocaine busted watching Champions League match in Spain’s Andalucia

Atherton just couldn't resist watching his home team take a shot at European Cup glory

Rain for southern Spain as northern Europe to bask in 30C temperatures

HEAT will build across northern Europe this weekend while southern Spain will have less than average temperatures and rain.  According to the Weather Channel, high...

Spain shatters weapons exports record as sales to Saudi Arabia soar 133%

The bulk of all sales were aircraft assembled at a plant in Sevilla

‘They knew all along’: Police insist leaders of the Junta were behind ERE scandal

The four policemen told Sevilla court how the so-called ‘cupola’, or leaders of the Junta, ‘knew about and protected the system’

Game of Thrones cast reveals spoilers during meet and greet with Andalucia football team

The actors took a break from filming the eighth season last night to visit the Sevilla football team

Historic Andalucia site closed off to public for Game of Thrones filming

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones will not air until 2019

Primark to open two new stores in Andalucia

Spain is the company's second-biggest market in terms of sales

Horse dies while others collapse from exhaustion at Feria de Abril de Sevilla in Andalucia

The animal tragically died on Sunday after not eating or drinking all day

British and French tourist numbers drop in Andalucia as tourism sector fears downturn

ANDALUCIA'S tourism sector is fearing a downturn after the number of foreign visitors decreased for the first time in 33 months in February.  The number...

Body found of hero Malaga policeman who saved trapped passengers during floods in Sevilla

Some 200 police, firemen and volunteers had been searching for Diaz

Hero Malaga policeman missing after being swept away by river while saving trapped driver

A POLICEMAN from Malaga has been missing since Saturday night after being swept away by an overflowing stream in Sevilla.  The hero cop was rescuing...

Meet the transgender identical twins from Malaga fighting for change

They both instinctively knew they were born into the wrong body

Manhunt after 20 dogs tied to train tracks in Andalucia and run over by trains (WARNING: Distressing images)

AT least 20 dogs have been found mutilated and killed after being tied to train tracks in Sevilla. They were found in several towns by...

Malaga and southern Spain will experience droughts ’14 TIMES more severe than in recent years’ – and much sooner...

MALAGA and southern Spain could see droughts 14 times more severe than in recent years from as soon as 2050 onwards. That is according to...

EXCLUSIVE: British expat accused of animal mistreatment in Spain opens new refuge in Sevilla

A BRITISH expat accused of mistreating animals has opened another refuge after dodging a court date over animal abuse, it can be revealed.   Kim Halliwell,...

Five arrested for allegedly stealing 4,000 kilos of oranges in cars in Sevilla

Suspicions were raised after three cars, that were lined up behind one another, made a ‘sharp’ manoeuvre to escape the city.

PSOE propose first year of university to be free for all Spaniards

Speaking in Sevilla, PSOE general secretary, Pedro Sanchez, 45, said the move was to make sure no one missed out on a university education because of financial concerns.

Earthquake rocks Costa del Sol and is the region’s FOURTH tremor in four days

AN earthquake was detected off the coast of Malaga this morning.  The tremor occured at 8.27am and measured at 3.4 in the Richter scale, according...

WATCH: Controversial women’s rights campaign labels catcalling as ‘gender violence’ in Spain’s Andalucia

A NEW campaign has labelled 'street compliments' as a form of 'socially accepted gender violence'. Launched by the Junta de Andalucia, the campaign labels men...

‘We are seeing what we already feared’: Farmers in southern Spain facing ruin after increasingly hot and dry seasons

FARMERS in southern Spain fear they may lose their position as the top exporters in Europe after successive hot and dry seasons. It comes after...
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