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Mad Dog: How dream jobs deteriorate

In his last ever column for the Olive Press (sob, sob), Craig Scott describes how his time with us has helped him on his way to pastures new. Well, kind of...

Mad Dog vs. the Euro ´12 final

In Mad Dog's column, he reflects on the Euro ´12 championship

City on Fire (Part 3)

From hellish hangovers to hunchback virgins - it can only be the concluding part of Craig Scott´s Fallas Trilogy

City on Fire (Part 2)

Missing mojos, porno poker and claustraphobic cheeses can mean only one thing - Craig Scott is back with another ´Mad Dog´ encounter

City on Fire (I must be crackers!)

An unexpected phone call leads Olive Press columnist - Craig Scott, into one of his weirdest assignments yet!

A groovy kind of love

From supermarket stalking to swinging with The Krankies - here's some off-beat romance tips - "Mad Dog"-style!

The 12 Grapes of Wrath

The 'Mad Dog' Craig Scott talks violent Yogis, Bieber balls, wigless Wonkas, and a New Year to forget... in chilly Cordoba!

Something for the ‘bottom’ of your tree

What have rapper P Diddy and Italian snapper - Raphael Muzzocco got in common?

Fancy an English?

"Get lost gazpacho!" Craig Scott investigates Spain's growing love affair with good, old British grub

I’m dreaming of a s***e Christmas

The "Mad Dog" Craig Scott gets to the bottom of Spain's crudest Christmas custom

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'

Don’t worry – be happy!

Calling all expat Moanachondriacs. Stop bitching and bickering - it's time for an awesome autumn in Andalucia

Who’s watching your home?

Is someone stalking your casa? Craig Scott raises the alarm on Spanish home invasions and offers some offbeat survival tips...

Oh my cod! How rude…

As another ex-pat business bites the dust, Craig Scott reveals why the chips are down for British takeaways

A brave New World

Craig Scott's zany new blog is an exploration of the weird, wonderful and downright scary aspects of Spanish life




New initiative to reduce seaside drownings thanks to solar-powered unit on Spain’s Costa Blanca

A STEEL totem unit containing lifejackets has been installed on Calpe's Penyal d'Ifac coast. The fixed stainless steel structure on Paseo Princesa de Asturias operates...


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