Sunday, July 21, 2019

UPDATE: Two more gored in Pamplona on Monday

Day 7’s victims bring the festival’s goring tally to 10

New book reveals the life and times of a 1990s ‘Costa crook’

The Liverpudlian also sheds light on the camaraderie amongst Liverpool’s criminal fraternity in Marbella and how he used booze and cannabis to cope with the stress of being on the run.

Malaga-born Picasso’s ‘hidden mistress’ becomes most expensive piece sold at European auction

A PAINTING by Spanish artist Picasso has smashed estimates to reach the highest auction price paid for art in Europe in pounds. His portrait of...

Toys are taking over the playroom at CAC Malaga

Artist KAWS' new exhibition is a hit at the Malaga art gallery

Van Gogh Alive to visit Valencia from July to October

THE world’s most visited multimedia exhibition will arrive in Valencia in July. Van Gogh Alive, which has broken visitor...

Realist exhibition heads to Malaga

The exhibition will showcase works by Cuban painter Roidley Navarro

Fatboy Slim flies in to Sevilla

Norman Cook, AKA Fatboy Slim, is to headline this year's Territorios Festival tomorrow

Rare Eduardo Chillida exhibition hits New York City

A Madison Avenue pop-up gallery is hosting the first US collection of Chillida’s work in 26 years

La Cala Lions Club donates €2,000 to Butterfly children charity

Butterfly children suffer from a rare and debilitating skin disease

Spanish cops quiz four West Brom players involved in an ‘incident’

West Brom has confirmed the 'incident' and say they are conducting an internal investigation. 

US director’s Song of Sway Lake makes long-awaited red-carpet debut

AMERICAN film director Ari Gold hailed the Evolution Mallorca Film Festival after his movie Song of Sway Lake opened the week-long event. The film,which stars...

90-year-old woman killed by youth on his phone becomes Spain’s first electric scooter death

After the woman fell down and hit her head on the pavement she was rushed to the Moisès Broggi Hospital in a critical condition, where she died days later

Why the ancient Treasure of Guarrazar was ditched in a field in Spain

The investigation has led to an established archaeological site now open to the public near Toledo

Three free Scottish concerts on the Costa

The gigs will take place in Mijas, Arroyo de la Miel and Torremolinos next week

Spanish WWII hero who liberated Paris from Nazis to be remembered in book

Now 72 years on, France is publishing his first biography, Amado Granell, the Liberator of Paris by historian Cyril Garcia

The Christmas season is the time to pat ourselves on the back

If you are an autonomo, you will also know that is the time that you have to get in any monies owed before Christmas.

Expat artist enjoys sweet smell of success

After 18 years on the Costa del Sol, Nancy Holt finally unveils her first solo art exhibition

Artists come together to present exhibition in Orgiva

Artwork ranges from photography to scluptures

FOR CHRIST’S SAKE: Completion of Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia in trouble AGAIN as 3,000 residents fear their homes will become...

A RESIDENT’S association has begun legal action to stop the completion of Barcelona’s iconic Sagrada Familia. Construction of the...

WHATS THE POINT? Looking back at some of the worst inventions to go public

As the New Year begins, we look back at some of the worst inventions from Microsoft paper clips to the Segway

Pope backs Spain plan to dig up General Franco grave

The Pope's right hand man has written to Spain´s deputy Prime Minister to lend support for moving former dictator´s remains

Marbella Yoga studio to offer open day

Yoga offered includes Rocket Ashtanga, Yin Yang Yoga, Aerial Yoga and Hot Strala Yoga

10 incredible locations Game of Thrones SHOULD have filmed in Spain

We’ve put together a list of places we feel would have added to the stark alien beauty of Westeros and Essos

Secret army: Remembering the Spanish Civil War 80 years later

Remembering the largely American volunteers who risked everything to fight fascism

Duran Duran, Paloma Faith and Tom Odell wow at Gibraltar Music Festival

Duran Duran brought the curtain down on yesterday's event with panache, an emotional Tom Odell smashed his piano to the floor and Paloma Faith gave a lesson on 'peace'
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