Wednesday, August 12, 2020

British billionaires buy Ibiza beaches

The Reuben brothers plan to build luxury beachfront developments on the Ibizan coastline

LIVE UPDATES: British father among family of four stabbed to death in Gibraltar

The family were visiting a friend in Gibraltar

On your bike! Andalucian government plans new cycle network

New bike lanes will link eight capitals in the region

Gibraltar FA warns of fake football kits

Supporters are being urged to check Gibraltar football shirts before buying

Malaga scientists in finals of Google contest to grow seeds on the moon

A team of three young Malaguenos have reached the final of a science competition called Lab2Moon

CLOSE CURTAIN CALL: Costa del Sol pensioner cheats death as curtain stops bullet in ‘submachine gun’ shootout

SAVED: Police told the pensioner that she could have been killed had it not been for her curtain

Eight-year-old Moroccan found in suitcase at Spanish border in Ceuta

The boy's father has been arrested

British expat takes legal action after leg operation left her paralysed in other leg

EXCLUSIVE: Grandmother Carolyn Emmett was left with no movement in her left leg after an operation on her right femur went badly wrong

Spanish women are having fewer children

85 per cent do not want a third child because of the difficulties of balancing work and family responsibilities

Spain and others concerned over new Ireland drinks bill

Ireland has until the end of July to issue a response to each member state

VARICOSE VANDAL: Spaniard, 79, arrested for 12th time after damaging 1,000 cars and ‘causing €500,000 in damage’

AN elderly Spanish ‘vandal’ has been arrested for the 12th time in a year for ‘scratching’ 1,000 cars. José Antonio Vázquez Vázquez, 79, is accused...

Dyslexia didn’t stop Einstein

How to help your child deal with dyslexia... and be as successful as Richard Branson, Whoopi Goldberg or genius Albert Einstein

ClubHotel Riu opens new mega hotel in Torremolinos

The ClubHotel Riu, located on Torremolinos’ main promenade, boasts almost 600 rooms as well as four restaurants and six bars

Lamb eternally shall be devoured

IN Spain, we have all become accustomed to eating pork. It always was a big favourite of mine, but it is starting to take...

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.

Has freedom of speech gone to the dogs?

Carlos Pranger analyses the sinister implications after the judiciary started legal proceedings against a newspaper and a magazine for their satirical swipes at Spain’s...

Amanda Butler explains the mysterious ‘Beckham Rule’ and looks at developments in Mallorca’s property market

It was of course given its name by David Beckham, one of the first high profile sports people to use it when he signed for Real Madrid

Lionel Messi’s girlfriend rushed to hospital in Argentina

Antonella Roccuzzo has been kept in the hospital overnight

Third heat wave this summer hits Spain

Temperatures rise again after a brief weekend off

PSOE mayoral candidate wants to outlaw diesel cars in Madrid

Antonio Miguel Carmona has promised that, if elected, he will ‘eliminate’ diesel vehicles in the country’s capital by 2020

Spain’s online sperm shoppers warned against health risks

Spanish Fertility Society issues statement guarding against online market in sperm

Hola Halloween!

The Spanish have turned the American celebration into a phantasmagorical feast of family fun in ways only the ‘fiesta nation’ knows how

Man confesses to murder in Spain’s Malaga – but things aren’t all that they seem

THE Policia Nacional homicide unit and forensic department of Malaga were called to a bloodbath in a Velez-Malaga apartment on Saturday morning...

Drug dealing, car thefts and stabbings – criminals in Spain’s Mallorca get to work during coronavirus lockdown

Troublemakers have been out in force undertaking criminal activities across the island.

Guardia Civil officers attacked with bottles and clubs by gang of 40 in Andalucia drug-trafficking hotspot

The nine officers were off-duty at the time of the violent incident which is believed to be in 'retaliation' to the recent crackdown of drug mafias in Cadiz

Spain to build migrant camp for strawberry pickers in Huelva after fires break out in shanty town

AFTER seasonal farm workers were subject to conditions branded ‘inhumane’ by the U.N., authorities have sent Spanish soldiers to build a migrant...