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Don’t trust the politicians!

After the authorities legalised 11,000 homes with the swish of a pen in the Axarquia, lawyer Adolfo Martos Gross offers a stern warning on building on rustic land

Calling all rugby fans

The Axarquia Rugby Club is recruiting new members

Third time lucky for Axarquia oil

Olive growers of Axarquia are stepping up the efforts to gain an international trademark for their olive oil

True Hero

Quick-thinking cop saves life of heart attack tourist

Take a walk on the wildside

There are some great hikes in the wonderful Axarquia wilderness from Frigiliana, writes guide John Keogh

A land of rebellion, resistance and renaissance

After spending a year living in the region, the Olive Press editor Jon Clarke explains why he identified with the Axarquia

How the Axarquia awakened from its slumber

Novelist David Baird on why, having lived all around the world, he settled in this quiet corner of Malaga, known as a land of rebellion, resistance and renaissance

A divided society

Less than one per cent of Malaga owns 8.3bn euros

The sweet smell of success

Jon Clarke on the fall and rise of the sweet Moscatel wines from the Axarquia

Buying in the home of bananas and mangoes

The good-value Axarquia is a fabulous place to make a home, writes estate agent Sally Harrison

My baby was kidnapped at birth

Axarquia woman claims her child may have been snatched by Franco’s government

Axarquia’s sweetest investment

The Junta in Axarquia has invested 355,000 euros in the Colmenar honey museum to turn it into one of Europe's best

Money growing on trees in Andalucia?

Over 300 avocado trees have been stolen in the past month

Bright sparks boost Axarquia tourism

Local Andalucia businesses hoping to secure Junta funding

‘Express demolition’ threat

Junta officials agreed new directive just one day before Malaga demolition march

Junta stands its ground

Government stance threatens to further enflame Axarquia housing row

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

What a quacker

Why Katie had to say goodbye to Carmen

Go Bananas in the Axarquia

The land of rebellion, resistance and renaissance - where bananas, mangoes and just about anything else grows

More blues for flamenco mayor

Singing Jose Manuel now charged with creaming off 200,000 euros in new planning scandal
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