Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Why foreign investors keep the property market booming but don’t want new builds

Interest in the property market is at an all-time high with foreign investors, but it seems they’re not interested in new builds, writes Adam Neale

Costa del Sol policeman gets 18-month sentence for drink driving and faces charge for fatal accident

Police said he had booze on his breath, but that he sped away in a car on the other side of the road to avoid being breathalysed

Dog walker finds dead ‘narco’ washed up on Costa del Sol beach after high speed police chase

Neither chase resulted in a collision or anyone falling from the boat, according to police

EXCLUSIVE: Family of little Julen ‘must not be charged’, says Marbella lawyer representing uncle of tragic toddler

The relative is devastated and is still reeling from losing Julen

Flu EPIDEMIC that killed 12 hits Andalucia but peak will be less than previous years

Malaga is below the Andalucian average of 264 cases per 100,000

BRACE YOURSELVES: Orange warnings, 120km/hr winds and 8-metre waves as storm Gabriel puts 15 regions across Spain on alert

SOME 15 regions in Spain are on alert for extreme weather as storm Gabriel looks set to sweep the country.  The worst hit areas are...

Thousands more illegal wells like one little Julen died in scattered across Malaga, experts warn

Environmental group Ecologistas en Acción, estimate that 60% of Malaga wells are dug illegally

PICTURED: Man and pet dog who plunge to death in Malaga well just 30km from where little Julen’s body...

It comes after Julen Roselló Jiménez, 2, was pulled out of a 107m-deep well in Totalan on Saturday morning

How drones helped drug trafficking gang in Cadiz smuggle six TONNES of hashish from Morocco to southern Spain

Two of the 12-strong gang were experts in the use of state-of-the-art drones

ANOTHER person found dead in Malaga well just 48 hours after little Julen’s body recovered

The site of the latest tragedy to hit Andalucia lies just 30km north of Totalan, where Julen died 48 hours earlier

Little Julen suffered ‘severe head trauma’, Malaga autopsy shows

Julen was found dead at 1.25am today following the biggest rescue mission in Spanish history

MAKE A KILLING: Andalucia zoo offering €350,000 contract for supplier of dead rats, mice and chicks

CORDOBA Zoo is looking for a caterer with a difference – one that can supply 150 kilos of whole and frozen rats, 170 kilos...

‘INFINITE SADNESS’: Prime minister Pedro Sanchez, royal family and leaders of Spain offer condolences to little Julen’s family after...

The PSOE leader said the whole of Spain felt the 'infinite sadness' of the boy's parents after the two-year-old was found lifeless

Micro camera to be used to confirm location of little Julen as rescuers in Malaga dig away at last...

The Guardia Civil will step in to carry the boy out of the well

HEROES: These are the eight specialist miners working round-the-clock to rescue little Julen in Malaga

The men are in the final stage of the mission, crawling on their hands and knees to dig the final metre in dangerous conditions

Rescuers resume digging to reach little Julen after completing fourth controlled explosion in Malaga

The rescue mission is in its final stage after 12 days of round-the-clock work to reach Julen

Dad of Julen ‘suffers panic attack’ as team of psychologists assist family during final stretch of 12-day search in...

The miners have had to perform a fourth controlled explosion after coming into contact with more quartzite

JULEN UPDATE: Two hours before miners in Malaga can resume digging

Miners have encountered more quartzite this evening, which is said to be 'one of the hardest minerals in the world'

Julen rescue mission delayed AGAIN as Malaga miners hit more hard rock

Experts will now have to carry out at least one more controlled explosion to disintegrate the rock

#MiManoAJulen: The story of Malaga’s little Julen is breaking hearts around the world

Thousands are tweeting in solidarity with the toddler, his family, and the miners who are currently centimetres away from where they believe he is trapped

Helicopters and field hospital on standby as miners get closer to little Julen trapped in Malaga well

It comes as miners are now just around 60 centimetres away from where they believe the two-year-old Malaga toddler is trapped

Malaga miners are CENTIMETRES away from little Julen after blasting through hard rock

It comes after a hard rock, or quartzite, delayed the team by blocking their path yesterday

Digging miners face more setbacks in Malaga with just METRES left to reach little Julen

With just metres left to dig the miners are facing yet more delays in the rescue mission that has the world waiting with baited breath

END IN SIGHT: Final stages of Malaga rescue mission for little Julen as miners prepare to dig last metres...

On the 11th day of the rescue operation, specialist miners are preparing to be sent down the tunnel to manually dig the final four metres where they hope to reach the little tot

WATCH: Aircraft and dozens of firefighters called to huge forest fire in Spain’s Andalucia

The flames broke out at around 11.10am this morning with the cause of the blaze unknown
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