A SA POBLA rapper has been sentenced to three and half years in prison over the inflammatory nature of his lyrics. Josep Miquel Arenas Beltran,...
CHAOS: Fire, landslide and flights delayed as lighting and rain wreak havoc on Spain’s Costa del Sol
https://www.facebook.com/746579782198978/posts/1022599314597022/ MIJAS, Ojén and Coin have received the highest amount of rainfall per hour during the ongoing downpour in Malaga province today. Mijas saw 20 litres...
Spain seeks retrial of Andalucia man accused of stabbing girl, 8, and her father 151 times – after he...
SPAIN'S Supreme Court prosecutor is seeking a retrial for one of the most shocking cases in recent history. The double murder in Almonte, Huelva, in...
Today marks the first national day of mourning for Adolfo Suarez, who led the country to democracy following the end of Franco’s dictatorship
ERASMUS students from all over the world took part in the survey
Police described the problem as ‘one of the biggest threats to Gibraltar’
Costa del Sol car hire firms could lose FORTY THOUSAND vehicles as banks ‘not offering sufficient credit’
CAR hire firms in the Costa del Sol are being forced to reduce their fleets as banks are not offering sufficient credit. A fleet of...
The hunt for the next manager is already underway with just four weeks to go before the Euro 2016 qualifier with Scotland
Writes Bill Anderson
'UK Citizens in Europe - Towards an Alternative White Paper' demands protection for expats
Ex-mayor of Bormujos Ana Hermoso will stand trial for selling her council vote in exchange for a €2,000 Loewe handbag
An alarming amount of regret following Brexit result
BONE-FIDE MYSTERY: British expat unearths human remains while burying dog in back garden on Spain’s Costa del Sol
Police have taped off the area to excavate the remains
Distress signal answered by New Zealand vessel sheltering close by
EXCLUSIVE: Mijas town hall ‘walks back promise’ to better protect donkeys after tourists ‘leave town crying’
Frizell claims he has received death threats for generating bad publicity
San Jose booty could be worth billions as governments fight over ownership
Prosecutors are looking into how permission was given for the illegal schemes
Finance minister, Cristobal Montoro, has asked the government to carry out a 'study of the legal actions' that can be taken against HSBC
Some countries were denied exports
The Guardia Civil have launched an investigation
If the first land link between Europe and Africa was made by tunnel, it would have to be 38km to stretch between the two countries
Lloyd is banned from being a company director by UK Trading Standards