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Spain’s Andalucia SHUTS DOWN beach after E.coli found in water

The levels of ‘microbiological parameters’ exceeded those set out in Royal Decree 1341/2007, which covers the quality of bathing waters

Millions in compensation for Spanish firm wrongly accused of massive E. Coli outbreak

A German court ruled that Frunet, in Algarrobo, was wrongly blamed for an outbreak of the disease

European Union investigating dangerous river claims in Estepona

High levels of methane have reportedly been detected in a river which could be a fire risk as well as a typhoid health hazard

Junta officials visit E-Coli infected river in Estepona

Following months of complaints by residents of the neighbouring Villas Andaluzas to Estepona Town Hall, Junta officials have finally stepped in

Round the riverbend: Estepona town hall must act on E-Coli ridden river

Residents at Villas Andaluzas in Estepona are rightly frustrated with the lack of activity coming out of Estepona Town Hall

Deadly E-Coli bacteria found in Estepona river

EXCLUSIVE: Residents blast the town hall's inaction

Happy ending for Spanish cucumber company

Frunet announces sales are up despite being wrongly blamed for the E.coli outbreak last summer

Beat the Spanish summer’s heat nasties

Top tips on how to avoid food poisoning when cooking alfresco

What lurks beneath

Sharing everything from pens to shopping trolleys can help spread potentially dangerous germs

German bean sprouts not Spanish cucumbers to blame for deadly E.coli outbreak

Spanish farmers could now see millions in compensation after they were wrongly blamed

Spanish cucumbers are not to blame for the E.coli outbreak

Spain is now seeking compensation

Spain’s killer cucumbers

Andalucian cucumbers are being blamed for a deadly E.coli outbreak that has already left 16 dead and 330 in hospital




‘GOING DOWN’ as COVID-19 cases and hospital admissions fall again in Costa Blanca and Valencia areas of Spain

THE latest COVID-19 new case figures in the Valencian Community have fallen both on a weekly and a day-to-day basis. The regional health ministry said...