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‘MALAGA MONSOON’: Heavy rainfall for Spain’s Costa del Sol as weather alert issued for THREE DAYS

WEATHER agency AEMET has placed Malaga province on yellow alert for heavy rainfall.  The warning is in place until at least Thursday with downpours bringing...

Dead body dumped on Spain’s Costa del Sol was of young foreigner, 23, and had at least 10 gunshot...

His body was discovered by town hall employees at around 12.45pm at the back of a treatment plant

Dead body found dumped with ‘several gunshot wounds’ on Spain’s Costa del Sol

The body has been transferred to the Institute of Legal Medicine in Malaga with an autopsy to be carried out this week

Get lost in the white towns of Guadalhorce

I SPEND 15 minutes gawping at the rugged Alhaurin el Grande mountain range from our balcony before I realise I am late for breakfast. We’re...

Malaga mayor denounced for refusing to change name of ‘last Franco town of Andalucia’

Mayor Ledesma argued the town hall has received no complaints

Torrential rain causes flooding chaos in Malaga province

Two tourists had to be rescued in Velez-Malaga due to the dangerous downpours, which also caused a mini tornado, landslides and trees to fall in the Sierra regions and on the Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol torrential rain alert raised to orange

In the last 24 hours the 112 emergency services have responded to 520 weather-related incidents across Andalucia

Spanish entrepreneurs growing the hottest chillis in the world

They plan to produce 40 tonnes in 2016

Malaga ‘likely’ to see emergency water restrictions as reservoirs hit 10-year low

If the dry weather continues and levels drop to 109 cubic hectometres, residents could see a repeat of the emergency drought measures and hosepipe bans last brought into force in 2005

Five arrested for repeatedly blowing up cash machines

The same gang appears to have been behind at least ten incidents across Malaga province

Into the Guadalhorce Valley

Robin Savory on the stunning fertile valley that is now home to thousands of expats, right back since Moorish times

Expat families devastated by rape claims

EXCLUSIVE A father has spoken out to the Olive Press over a shocking child abuse scandal in Spain

Pictures could pay

Coin are taking entries for the 13th annual photography competition

Out of the sewers

Campaign launched to stop nine towns from continuing to pour sewage into Guadalhorce river

Junta stands its ground

Government stance threatens to further enflame Axarquia housing row




INTERVIEW: Meet Quique Dacosta, Spain’s Michelin-starred chef who is bringing his exquisite dishes to Madrid from Valencia as he...

"THE first thing I’ll do if I meet Jamie Oliver is to give him a big hug for what he has done to paella." This...


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