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DONALD TRUMP: Spain should build wall in Sahara desert to tackle Europe migrant crisis

Spain is now the most popular entry point for migrants in the EU, accounting for 6,500 arrivals out of 12,500 in August

One dead and 11 injured after scaffolding collapses at Ritz Hotel in Spain

Scaffolding in the inner courtyard fell from the sixth floor to the first taking workers with it

Body of Irish woman found in southern Spain

The remains of the woman were discovered floating in a cove just a few metres from the shore in the village of Isla Plana in Cartagena

Belgian court refuses to extradite Spanish rapper charged with glorifying terrorism

A BELGIAN court has rejected a Spanish request to extradite rapper Valtonyc sentenced to prison for charges related to insulting the monarchy in his...

Spain makes fresh demands over Gibraltar in Brexit negotiations

Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez met with chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier to seek a new Gibraltar chapter in the Brexit agreement this week

Three armed men rob bank on Costa del Sol and take off with €200,000

The incident took place just after 8am at the Bankinter branch in the centre of Marbella

Fears for Granada’s pioneering caviar industry after flash floods ‘destroyed everything in 15 minutes’

The Rio Frio region has been producing caviar since 1955 and includes luxury brands like Beluga

How an Andalucian weed promoted literacy in Victorian Britain

“THE English ceased to be one of the most aggressive, brutal, rowdy, outspoken, riotous cruel and bloodthirsty nations in the world and became one...

INCREDIBLE SCENES: Cars washed away in Andalucia floods

HEAVY rains have caused devastating damage in the small village of RioFrio Granada in the Loja district of Andalucia. Famous for it's fish farms and...

Spanish chef writes novel after taking 20,000 locals to cook for victims of Puerto Rico hurricane

SPANISH chef Jose Andres has written a novel detailing how he provided millions of meals to Puerto Ricans following the devastating hurricanes last year....

Personal data laws in Spain are about to get a lot more complicated

RECENT changes to the Spanish Data Protection Act (Ley de Protección de Datos or “LOPD”) and the ancillary Royal Decree that sets out security...

Why Spain has a sad lack of online property data

BUYERS coming to Spain from the UK and other parts of Europe may be surprised to find that there is a surprising lack of...

Where are they now? The former journalists and editors of the Olive Press

Those who have left us have gone on to do great things around the globe

WATCH: Cars washed away as floods wreak havoc in Spain’s Andalucia

https://www.facebook.com/francisco.doncelhinojosa/videos/1984755304921485/   THIS is the moment devastating floods can be seen washing away cars in Andalucia. The four-minute clip shows water carrying several vehicles after the Rio...

Companies with women in power ‘less likely to break environmental laws’

COMPANIES with women at the helm are less likely to break environmental laws. A new study claims that for every additional woman appointed to...

IN PICS: Marbella beach World Clean Up day

A team of divers have joined a hundred people for a big beach clean up in Marbella. The group from Diving with Nic helped to...

Junta announces €10 million project to develop tourism in inland Andalucia

THE Junta has allocated almost €10 million to develop tourism in Andalucia’s lesser visited inland areas. The funds, available in two tranches of €4.75 million,...

We’ve survived another mad Marbella summer

CONGRATULATIONS! You survived another summer season on the Coast. While it seemed to be a little less frenzied and frantic than previous summers, there...

MIJAS MATTERS: Open your eyes to what’s really happening in the town

Get on the voters’ roll now, writes Bill Anderson

Pintxo hopping in Spain’s San Sebastian may be ‘World’s Best Culinary Experience’ but don’t bail on Bilbao

THE world’s best culinary experience has officially been awarded to an old Spanish tradition. Well, Basque that is. Choosing from 500 different food experiences...

British expat wins top UK food awards for Andalucia made balsamic vinegars

Creator of Fino Olive Oil, Susie Taylor, has won two prizes at this year’s UK Great Taste Awards for her Cordoba products

WATCH: More flash floods hit Southern Spain

After a huge downpour yesterday in Ronda with 50 litres of water falling in less than an hour, another hit Sentinel de Bodegas with...

Spain makes U-turn on bombs sale to Saudi Arabia despite concerns over use in Yemen

Just 48 hours after Defence Minister Margarita Robles said the sale was 'undergoing review', the government decided to reactivate it
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