Thursday, June 4, 2020

Gibraltar installs highly specialised €24,000 scanner at National Archives

Gibraltar can now have a permanent, digitised collection of historic documents, which can be easily searched through

British expat author reveals the beauty of Mr Henderson’s railway

Nick Nutter follows the enterprise undertaken by fellow Brit Sir Alexander Henderson in the 19th century

Spanish drivers fine about fines with just 1% appealing them

Just 1.15% of drivers in Spain are appealing their traffic fines from the General Directorate of Traffic

Locked up for life!

Man detained for life after beheading Coin waiter in UK

How to chill your wine in just THREE minutes

It's much quicker than putting the wine into the freezer

Seven natural wonders of Spain

Missing out on a mention in the world’s 2014 ‘Seven Wonders of Nature’ has galvanised Spain into publishing its own list, and one of Andalucía’s best-loved beauty spots is included

Balearic Islands demand deferral in mortgage payments and guarantee in unemployment benefits amid Spain’s coronavirus crisis

Formal requests have been made to ease the impact of the health crisis on the economy.

Superstar DJ Fedde Le Grand jets in

The Dutch producer touched down in a private jet for the final leg of his summer tour

Spanish royal visit to UK cancelled for political reasons

The first state visit in over 30 years has been axed due to the instability of the government

Slender Health Nutrition is the Costa del Sol company specialising in diabetes management, menopause management and weight loss

Slender Health Nutrition also offers help with digestive issues, hormonal problems, skin problems, fatigue, sleep problems and much more

Learn how to cook like a true Andalucian with new expat recipe book

In the third part of our exclusive serialisation, Fiona Dunlop shares two tasty fish recipes from her book Andaluz – a Food Journey through Southern Spain, available on amazon.es at the end of November

COVID-19: Around 25% of hotels in Spain’s Malaga will not reopen after coronavirus crisis

This is the stark prediction by the president of the Aehcos

Ronaldo adds Costa del Sol mansion to his property empire with move next door to Conor McGregor in Marbella

Ronaldo's new high tech villa has a LED driveway, private gym, cinema room and infinity pool

Electric tuk tuk rides are coming to a town in Spain’s Andalucia for Christmas

Two possible routes will be offered by the 100% green mode of transport

Portrait of an artist

Antonio Banderas to play fellow Malaga man Pablo Picasso in biopic

Pensioner’s on Costa del Sol could have still been entitled to Winter Fuel Payment

Data that could have changed the outcome of the Winter Fuel Payment has been revealed.

British artists’ reactions to Spanish Civil War in UK exhibition

Bloodied sketches to campaign posters highlight the horror of war

La Linea arson leaves cars burnt out, buildings damaged and residents forced to evacuate homes

The mayor of San Roque has confirmed that arson is to blame for the fire

British mother is suing travel company after daughter caught disease in Mallorca

Gemma Moran, alleges her eight-year-old daughter Clio caught the life-long disease after she was bitten by ticks while staying in a ‘disgusting’ apartment in Mallorca.

Organisers pull the plug on the Manilva Music Festival

A Facebook statement released says they will offer full refunds for tickets

The colourful history of El Botanico

Having been bought by the heir to the French throne in the mid-nineteenth century, the garden has gone from strength to strength

‘Celebrity’ archaeologist faces five years in jail after he ‘faked’ artefacts to prove link between Egyptian and Spanish cultures

ARCHAEOLOGIST Eliseo Gil has been told he faces a lengthy prison sentence and anonymity from the archaeological community after being accused of falsifying artefacts that had the potential to ‘rewrite the history books'

Spanish songwriter creates music to motivate business

Abad, who has sold 33 million records, wants to create songs to educate and motivate workers

OPINION: Desperate British families losing thousands in Spain villa scams show that we need more dedicated fraud officers

Dedicated police officers need to be made available for these crimes, or at the very least a cyber crime hotline promising rapid action
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