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WARNING: What you need to know about toxic caterpillars which pose mortal danger to dogs across Spain
DOG owners are being warned to be vigilant for a tiny but deadly creature that could kill your pet. With the first signs of spring...
American football star caught jumping over bulls at Spain’s San Fermin as veterans SLAM festival as ‘TOO SAFE’
This year’s week-long San Fermin festival in Pamplona, has actually been criticised for ‘not being dangerous enough’
Manhole cover thefts on Costa del Sol spiralling out of control as replacement costs total €80,000
Police are even now monitoring vehicles with specialised hooks that can lift up the heavy iron covers
REVEALED: Over half Spain’s 66 most dangerous bridges in Andalucia government says
OVER half of Spain's 66 bridges with 'serious safety problems' are in Andalucia, government data has revealed. The 66 bridges represent 0.29% of the 23,000...
PUT IT DOWN: More fines handed out for using mobiles than drink driving in Spain’s Malaga
Some 3,344 offenders were fined between January and August this year
WEATHER WARNING: Andalucia to remain on yellow alert over the weekend
ANDALUCIA is set for yet more dangerous heavy showers this weekend, as AEMET issues further weather alerts. The national met office has activated a yellow...
British tourists warned over balcony antics in new safety video
THE UK government has released a video warning British holidaymakers about the dangers of drunk and disorderly behaviour on hotel balconies. The clip warns that...
Over 5,000 toys seized in Spanish shops over ‘dangerous’ chemical content
MORE than 5,000 'dangerous' toys have been seized from Palma shops, including items with a high content of boric acid, which can be poisonous. Inspections...
Warning: Spanish heat wave set to continue
After more than two weeks, warnings that temperatures are still rising continue to concern the authorities
Price of a life: 5,000 people drown in Europe each year
Lifeguards on Spain's beaches are hard to be found outside of peak season
Spain’s road deaths plummet
Fatalities on Spanish roads are at their lowest level since the 1960s… and lower than France, Germany and UK
Why are Spanish waters awash with stinging jellyfish? Best ask the fishermen
A closer look at overfishing and its consequences. By Claire Wilson
David Beckham of Bullfighting makes triumphant (and lucrative) return in Valencia
Jose Tomas gets paid 150,000 euros per bull (30 per cent more than any other fighter)... and even gets tossed as part of the fun
‘I was a little stupid’ admits Dutch woman lost in Spanish mountains for 18 days
Mary Anne Goossens, who spent 18 days lost on hillside near Nerja, survived by thinking of her favourite dishes and family
Red tuna reaches crisis point
World conference set to debate the future of a species now in grave danger of extinction
A hiking miracle
Walkers survive three days lost in atrocious conditions drinking water from rivers and without food
A festive miracle in Spain
EXCLUSIVE: British family reveal they are ‘lucky to be alive’ after spending night on motorway hard shoulder in sub-zero temperatures