Monday, March 25, 2019

Protect Andalucia

Those entrusted to protect Andalucia's natural heritage are pushing their power to the limit

We prayed for rain and boy did it come

We prayed for rain and boy did it come, writes Giles Brown

Mijas matters: Wake up!

The town hall needs a change, and fast, writes Bill Anderson

Transition draft deal not enough says Bremain in Spain

Never in British history has any government knowingly pursued a course of action it knew would be damaging, writes Sue Wilson of Bremain in Spain

Tales of the hotel dog

In a much anticipated return to his regular column, inland Andalucia’s favourite hotel dog Eddie, bemoans his new non-meat diet... and his lack of bits

DROP OF COMMON SENSE: Are humans to blame for the floods that have ravaged Spain’s Costa del Sol?

Heavy rainfall is not a recent phenomenon, but Mediterranean sea warming and building in the wrong places is adding to the recent flooding problems, writes Harry Ward

After Lavapies was crowned Spain’s coolest neighbourhood here are the top 10 other hip hoods worth a visit

EVERY city in Spain has its colourful neighbourhoods whose rhythms move according to the culture and customs of their inhabitants.

Give them the boot: Olive Press campaign to stop lawyer’s kickbacks

The Olive Press has launched a campaign to K.O the kickbacks

Taste of porridge

Chocolate thief Carlos Javier Aguilar-Ballester swiped his sweet swag from a shop 17 years ago

OPINION; Rothschild response is a welcome development in alleged expat loan fraud

Finally, Baron David Rene de Rothschild has answered the Spanish courts over his company’s involvement in a scheme that may have unjustly deprived over 130 mainly British pensioners of their life savings
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