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Bungling Britons arrested after robbery

Dozy thieves arrested after returning to scene of crime

Yes, it’s the wettest winter ever – official

After floods, property damage and transport disruption Andalucia's devastating wet weather measures as the worst on record


Horses were killed in floods in Alhaurin de la Torre last week but there was some good news as a daring rescue mission took place

British couple killed watching television in Spain

EXCLUSIVE PICTURES: Andalucia record rainfall causes catastrophic roof collapse


Woman bequeaths millions to protect endangered cat

Bottom of the league

Andalucia finishes last in a list in Spanish reading rates

Rain in Spain is a pain for bullfighting fans

Two months or rain is affecting the livelihoods of Andalucia's bull rearers

Spain says adios to the Med diet

Study casts doubt on life-preserving Spanish diet

Pimps busted in police raid

Victims from Europe and Latin America were controlled by ring leaders in Almeria

Schools evacuated due to rain

Torrential rainfall on Monday caused problems for Andalucia

Flamenco spins over to the Big Apple

The "extraordinarily sinuous" Maria Pages brings her brand of flamenco to New York City

It was tu!

Muchos millions reportedly won by three Spaniards in Almeria

We don’t want English tourists

EXCLUSIVE Tourist boss launches scathing attack against downmarket, drink-fuelled English tourism

Turkey tossing

A Jaen town defies the law to continue its 19th-Century tradition

Hard harvest

Andalucia's farmers left counting the cost of the wettest December for half a century

We’ll fight them on the beaches

EXCLUSIVE: After being left out of new Marbella PGOU Banana Beach homeowner issues rallying cry

It’s all about quality, silly

1000 more papers for Marbella as Olive Press breaks new records and bucks trend

Priors receive belated help

British couple whose Almeria home was demolished finally granted assistance two years later

Only good for firewood

EXCLUSIVE: Two years ago the Olive Press revealed how developers had transplanted thousands of ancient oaks to make way for a golf course. Today it is clear what they only good for, by Jon Clarke and Andrew Pearce

Harman calls for women’s agency at EU summit

British MP in Cadiz says more work needs to be done to uphold women’s rights

The Wild West comes into its own

After a decade of downmarket British occupation, now Alhaurin el Grande is slowly returning to the days when it was known as the 'Garden of Allah' by the Moors and the 'Garden of Eden' by writer Gerald Brenan

Spain ski miracle

Lost ski instructor saved after using camera flash to guide rescuers

Brits busted in Spain

Spain is top destination for British drug arrests figures reveal

Marmalade heads home

EXCLUSIVE: Andalucia cat heads 35km home after missing his chicken dinner

Developers lose six million libel battle

Bosses lose law suit against green, campaigning magazine

Wildcat back on the prowl

EXCLUSIVE by Andrew Pearce: La Cala cougar spotted again




Gibraltar authorities auction former Russian yacht for cut-price £35 million after March seizure

A MYSTERY buyer has paid the Gibraltar Admiralty £35 million (US$ 37.5 million) for the ‘My Axioma’ luxury yacht formerly owned by a Russian...


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