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Death tax cut

Finance expert Richard Alexander looks at moves to cut death benefit tax

Without a padel…

Mark Rickard and HiFX host padel tournament in Coin

Questioning lawyer’s fees in Spain

Antonio Flores offers advice on how best to deal with the tricky situation of lawyers’ fees

Buzz in the air at British School of Marbella

Headmistress Sian Kirkham is thrilled to be back for the new term

In Gibraltar, too many cooks is a good thing

The Rock is famous for its multicultural menu

New map for expat parents charts all British schools worldwide

The most comprehensive British curriculum search

Jump in: No English allowed

The Olive Press sends Imogen Calderwood to experience the total cultural immersion of Pueblo Espanol… and dress up and try on some ridiculous wigs!

New radio show Mi Marbella takes to the airwaves

Specially for expats, the show has local news, information and events

Meet your police on the Costa del Sol this week

Marbella Town Hall are hosting a question and answer session with English-speaking police officers

Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy says no to free English lessons

The prime minister stands his ground in his refusal to learn english

Ex-PM fights back after criticism of his language skills

Former Spanish PM insists leaders shouldn't be penalised for a lack of English

British couple survive 40m cliff fall in Spain

Driver lost control of car after swerving to avoid a cat

Agony Ant – Following the paper trail

Antonio Flores looks at the various ways secretive property owners attempt to hide their real identity

English teachers still in demand as unemployment numbers continue to rise in Spain

English TEFL teachers are bucking the trend finding plenty of work in the heart of the recession

Have a stomping good time in Sotogrande

Polo tournaments attract plenty of well-healed, colourful characters, particularly at the Gold Cup at Santa Maria club in August

‘Espanglish’ officially recognised in Spain

Many hybrid Spanish-English words have now been officially recognised in the Royal Academy's latest online dictionary

Making English easy in Spain

Expat´s new book sheds light on the origin of words

A home from home on the Costa del Sol

Estepona’s eastern extremes are a real expat haven, discovers James Bryce

TRE taking over the waves

English radio station is expanding into Mallorca

Spain’s jobless must mind their language

Out of work Spaniards are going back to school to brush up on their language skills to help secure a job


Something magical happened in the classroom today

English, the language of Europe

Two thirds of the continent able to speak English

Political movement in Andalucia

Charlotte Wilmot becomes Ronda's first English councillor

English hearts broken at Spanish Open

Andalucian Alvaro Quiros claims victory at his home course at expense of two British golfers

Putting siesta culture to bed

UK high street coming under attack from Spanish brands... with one even selling English tea!

My naked angel

It is 70 years since seminal novel Darkness at Noon – inspired by the Spanish Civil War - was first published. Matthew Pritchard recounts how erotic photographs of a naked lady may have prevented the execution of its author Arthur Koestler by fascist troops





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