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Four houses and a hotel!

How one Andalucian estate agent has sold four properties and become a part-owner of a Dream Hotel in just one week. It’s an excellent sign for the property market.

Exclusive: Have you seen mein car?

German woman disappears owing thousands in rent and with her next door neighbour’s car

I was a fifth wheel

Matthew Pritchard reflects on his sense of uselessness becoming a father

Last of the frogmen

On Remembrance Day, the last surviving frogman tells of his courageous feats more than 60 years ago

Double tragedy needs averting

The PP backs plans to save historical site that inspired Garcia Lorca's masterpiece

In a big flap!

Couple return home to find a rare Griffon vulture on their bed, while second family find another on balcony

They’ve bottled it!

EU ‘no vote’ saves Spain from loss of 185 million in benefits, while developed countries dig their heels in over proposed greenhouse gas cuts

Wild horses come to Algeciras

Galloping thoroughbreds cause mayhem

Best greenway in Europe

Greenway scoops award

A bottomcough…or simply a fart!

Michael Raphan gives a hilarious account of his trip to Almeria with his girlfriend and with pungent ramifications. This, and many other stories based upon Spanish living, can be found in the new book 'Courting the Bull'

Fears for Andalucia olive trade

Growers are getting 40 cents lower than the break even point

Demolition nightmares

As Dan Thorneycroft tries to garner support from MEPs in a desperate bid to save thousands of households facing the axe, Andrew Pearce speaks to four Andalucian homeowners confronted by the imminent threat of losing everything

Lorca’s exhumation begins

After much speculation, excavations are now officially underway

Dolphin beach tragedy

Fishermen blamed for dead dolphin, fish and birds

Not our problem!

Expat writes to 70 British MEPs to save his home from demolition – while Junta rules that Priors home was illegal

Expats Giving English Lessons

Expats' mother tongue being put to good use

Scalpel tourists

Expats accused of abusing Spanish health service

Swine flu cover up?

With Jerez death hushed up, it is unclear how many people may have contracted the virus in Andalucia

Expats blamed for “scalpel tourism”

Officials blame second-home Britons for taking advantage of the Spanish health service

Lorca’s Family Overuled

The wishes of the family of Andalucia's most famous writer have been ignored

Swashbuckling finally finishes?

Banderas' fight to legalise garden dealt serious blow




Spain’s Catalunya ready to vaccinate 50-59 age group

VACCINATIONS will be available for people aged between 50 and 59 from next week, regional authorities in Catalunya said. Appointments can be booked for the...