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Don’t hook a big ’un in Andalucia!

Junta set to prosecute anyone caught trying to reel in invasive catfish that threatens area

Mad Dog versus The Occult

Forget witchcraft and baby-eating: there's a new breed of Spanish Satanists - and they're dying to share a drink with you! Craig Scott travels to Cordoba to spend a night in 'Hell'

Breton did not threaten Ruth and Jose’s mother, says lawyer

Breton's lawyer says his client is being held on shaky evidence

Father of missing Cordoba siblings denied bail

Jose Breton Gomez to be held on remand on a charge of ‘illegal detention’ as the search for Ruth and Jose continues

The search continues for little Ruth and Jose

A ground radar was used to search the children’s grandparents’ home

3am arrest of missing kids’ dad in Spain

Arrest comes after mother’s emotional plea for safe return

Further cuts ahead for Spain despite million-strong 15-M protests

Protesters took to streets in 951 cities worldwide in opposition to austerity measures, but Spain is facing a harsh autumn and winter after new downgrade and inability to reign in spending in the regions. By Jon Clarke in Malaga

Police search Guadalquivir River for missing brother and sister as they rule out finding them alive

José and Ruth Bretón Ortiz, aged 2 and 6, were reported missing by their father on Saturday

My Top 10 places to visit in Spain

Recently Paul Whitelock wrote about his Top 10 places in Andalucía. Here he selects his Top 10 in the whole of Spain

My Top 10 places to visit in Andalucía

Which are your top 10 places to visit in Andalucía?

Poop patrol

Put away the acrobatic suit, the time may finally have come where we can just walk down the street…

Our blogger Hannah bids farewell to Cordoba

She's partial to lists so, in no particular order, here’s a list of her top things about Córdoba

Scrumptious Cordoba cuisine!

Lots of pork, olive oil, potatoes and vegetables make for a simple, delicious diet.

Patios Cordobeses are bloomin’ lovely

Locals go all out to decorate the central courtyards of their homes with flowers in a longstanding tradition

Cordoba enjoys bumper Easter bookings

Hoteliers are the big winners as Holy Week celebrations prove worth waiting for

Cordoba history is a thing of the past

Hannah discovers the archeological museum in Cordoba

Ronda – City of Dreams

Ciudad Soñada (City of Dreams) was the nickname given to Ronda by the Prague-born poet Rilke who, enchanted by the mountain town, lived here for several months in 1912. Equally enchanted, Paul Whitelock offers a walking tour of the town and highlights the main sites

Cordoba’s stylish new bridge

The stylish Ibn Firnas bridge is certainly giving new wings to Cordoba

From Malaya to Mayor

Corrupt developer Rafael Sandokan in bid to run the city of Cordoba

Starting the New Year on the right foot

Hannah enjoys some of the great outdoor recreational activities provided by Cordoba's natural wonders

Floodgates open on illegal homes

The Junta is planning to demolish illegal homes in areas of high flood risks to minimise future damage and strengthen flood defences

Sweet Jesus!

Master chocolatiers in Andalucia have produced a 62 square metre chocolate nativity scene

Father and son mauled by dogs

A deadly attack by guard dogs on neighbouring farmers rocks small Andalucian town

Smuggling bust after Christie’s auction

An international smuggling ring has been smashed after a plundered Roman statue was auctioned

Feeling the cold in Cordoba

Scarves, jackets, and many, many layers are the best way to prevent the change-of-the-season cold

From North Devon to South Spain in six decades – Part Three

After three decades of regular visits to Spain, it got to the millennium and 25 years of married life

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