Thursday, May 6, 2021

Cordoba

3am arrest of missing kids’ dad in Spain

Arrest comes after mother’s emotional plea for safe return

From Malaya to Mayor

Corrupt developer Rafael Sandokan in bid to run the city of Cordoba

Sick safari hunters jailed for shooting tigers and lions

Defence claimed tiger was not an endangered species in Spain

Andalucia heats up over Easter weekend with temperatures up to 29C

Temperatures will increase over the Easter weekend. The hottest region will be Cordoba.

BIGGER AND BETTER: New Spanish Rugby League launched this month

Last years champions Custodians Madrid will be joining the six-team Serie A, with each team playing 10 games and a playoff from November to May 2018.

Rock climber falls to his death in Spain’s Cordoba

A ROCK climber has fallen to his death in Cordoba. The 51-year-old died yesterday while climbing in the mountainous La Algaida area in Carcabuey. Emergency hotline...

Seven-foot-tall giant roamed Andalucia 1050 years ago

Scientists investigate Cordoba’s giant discovery

Ecologists demand plan to save rivers from monster catfish in Spain’s Andalucia

ECOLOGISTS at the University of Cordoba have turned to the Spanish Government to help fight a monster issue that is permanently damaging the aquatic...

Influenza epidemic continues to sweep through Cordoba and Spain’s Andalucia, putting strain on local hospitals

Cases began in mid January, with sufferers experiencing severe fevers, muscle aches, stomach cramps and migraines

Thieves steal helicopter to use for drug trafficking

Police swoop on helicopter thieves in Sevilla

Accessing disability benefits for Brits in Spain post-Brexit

There will doubtless be people who are thinking that their entitlement to these benefits may cease

Man arrested for carrying 1kg of cocaine disguised as cheese

Spain has recently been revealed to be the joint?highest consumer of cocaine in Europe, along with Britain

Art project launched for autistic children in Cordoba

The University of Emotions' project has been seen as a great success

23-stone man accused of squashing donkey to death in Spain did not commit a crime, judge rules

A judge has thrown out the case at a preliminary trial, ruling that there is ‘no evidence of a criminal offence’

No drinking water for over a week and sludge emanating from taps amid searing temperatures brings protest in Spain’s...

THE residents of the hamlet of Las Jaras in Cordoba have taken to the streets this past weekend in protest at being left without...

Andalucian reservoir levels have SHARPLY decreased since last year

New statistics reveal reservoir stocks have decreased from 48% to 36% since this time last year.

WATCH: Andalusian prostitution and human trafficking ring broken up by international task force

COMBINED FORCES smashed a human trafficking ring operating in Andalusia, last week. Europol and Policia Nacional broke up the gang of seven that were sexually...

Animal charity pleads for help to save 38 dogs from being put down

The animals were found living alongside the rotting corpses of eight dogs after the owners were evicted

Andalucia is the speeding capital of Spain

A total of 459,836 tickets were issued for offences

Paella punch up

Holidaymakers beaten up, imprisoned and found guilty of assault on a police officer over a €15 paella addition to their lunch

Spain’s Sevilla suspends Holy Week 2021 whilst Malaga and Cordoba wait until after New Year to make a decision

SEVILLA has officially suspended the celebration of its Holy Week in 2021 for the second consecutive year due to the pandemic. The Archbishop of Sevilla,...

Firefighters denounce ‘desperate’ situation as they lose another fire truck to an accident in Spain’s Cordoba

FIREFIGHTERS at the headquarters of Cordoba's capital have been left in a precarious situation after first response truck was wrecked in a road traffic...

WARNING: Malaga hit by Andalucia-wide food poisoning outbreak due to contaminated tuna

Consumers have been affected in Malaga, Cordoba, Granada, Jaen and Sevilla

Sick safari hunters named

The group all from Madrid - David Jimenez, his wife Basilia Toledano and friend Tomas Jose de la Flor - travelled to Extremadura to shoot two tigers and a lion bought from zoos and circuses

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