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Torrential rain causes flooding chaos in Malaga province

Two tourists had to be rescued in Velez-Malaga due to the dangerous downpours, which also caused a mini tornado, landslides and trees to fall in the Sierra regions and on the Costa del Sol

Segovia’s Roman revelation

The Segovia Aqueduct - a UNESCO World Heritage site - is now believed to have been built between 112 and 116 AD

Money matters in Spain

Speed Financial Solutions in Coin offer expert advice on everything from inheritance tax to planning for retirement

Property Overseas Group moving inland

Situated opposite La Trocha commercial centre in Coin, Property Overseas Group deals with sales and rentals in the town

White-washed and wonderful Alora

Unashamedly modest, travel back in time in alluring Alora

Coin police chief arrested over Costa del Sol drug trafficking links

The boss of the Coin Guardia Civil cuartel is being grilled over alleged drug smuggling

Roll up, roll up!: The Skatalites and Siniestro Total headline Coin’s Coincierto Festival

The Skatalites return to southern Spain following their sell-out gig in Benalmadena

Malaga horse breeders to try and impregnate mares with five visiting stallions in Coin

The five stallions will attempt to breed with every mare in the region

Property Overseas Group: In the know

From the big smoke to the rolling hills of the Guadalhorce valley, Property Overseas Group owner Richard Woodland has built a strong reputation

Gibraltar releases exclusive coin to celebrate longest reigning monarch

The 63 limited edition 22-carat gold coins will be released on December 1 for the price of £1,895

Guadalhorce Valley property views

Clusters of white pueblos splash across the area’s canopy of hills, while the nerve centre town of Coin is a charming and popular destination

EXCLUSIVE: British expats billed for flood damage from 20 years ago in Malaga

Expats slam judge’s decision to make them pay for their neighbours’ water leak two decades ago

EXCLUSIVE: Expats lose prized possessions as Coin storage warehouse mysteriously empties

Up to 50 containers currently lie empty at the Fastcat storage yard

UPDATE: Mother of dead toddler arrested in Coin

The toddler's mother is reportedly considered a flight risk

Toddler dies after falling from apartment in Coin

The tragedy took place at midday today

Barranco Blanco: Secret valley with links to the Nazis

The beautiful, hidden valley of Barranco Blanco has a shady past

EXCLUSIVE: Expat outrage at injured horses on show in Coin

Expats want more checks at Spain's 'biggest horse show'

British drug gang dismantled in Malaga

Police arrest seven Brits and uncover 70kgs of marijuana in latest set of raids

Police uncover €87,000 buried in Alhaurin de la Torre

National Police link stolen cash buried in an orchard to notorious criminal organisation

Mijas firefighters battle used car warehouse inferno

The intense heat melted warehouses nearby

Without a padel…

Mark Rickard and HiFX host padel tournament in Coin

UPDATE: Five-year-old cancer patient meant to go to Disneyland tragically dies

Young boy loses out to cancer but his parents perpetuate his memory by donating money to fund similarly fated children's Disneyland trip

Police probe alleged expat property fraudster

Victims are hunting Rebecca Wells, who has vanished from the Costa del Sol after allegedly 'taking deposits for homes she didn't own', by Imogen Calderwood

Expats still awaiting compensation two years after horror Mijas fire

EXCLUSIVE: Dozens of expats still awaiting compensation for fire that razed their homes on the Costa del Sol two years ago

Hash seized in Coin and Mijas police operation

94 kg of drugs intercepted

Into the valley: The property situation in Guadalhorce

More and more people are looking for an authentic Spanish life in the wild and green Guadalhorce Valley, writes Tom Powell




The Cat’s Whiskers: Is Sierra de Gata Spain’s most delightful region?

As the tiny village of Robledillo de Gata is singled out alongside Carmona and Vejer as Spain’s best rural retreat, Jon Clarke extols the delights of a week in the little-known Sierra de Gata


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