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Costa del Sol beach SHUT DOWN after bacteria found in water pump

It comes just a week after Playa de Fuentebravia in Cadiz was also closed to the public by the Ministry of Health

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

OPINION: The Junta de Andalucia’s budgets which benefit residents are a welcome sight after decades of corruption

This could go some way to undermining the grip of the local drug cartels, who benefit from grinding youth poverty and a lack of opportunity

RING ROADS AND RUINS: Junta de Andalucia funding motorways, flamenco and sewage in NEW budgets

In total, Malaga is to get €153 million under the new regional budget

Everything you need to know about dangerous dogs in Spain’s Andalucia

Included in the Junta’s definition, is dogs that ‘due to their aggressive nature, size or jaw power have the capacity to endanger the life or physical safety of people’

Junta debating new law to foster entrepreneurs in Andalucia

The law would make Andalucia Spain's first region with a publicly-funded entrepreneurship fund

Socialists rally to demand Pedro Sanchez resurrect PSOE leadership role

Sixty eight politicians from across Spain rallied in Madrid to plead with the former PSOE general secretary to stand for re-election to the top job at the party's 2017 congress

Police helicopter crew rescue dog and owner from Malaga floods

Guardia Civil helicopter crew perform daring rescue in the Guadalhorce valley

Costa del Sol holiday rental home rule breakers

Thousands of holiday rental homes have failed to be registered since the new regulations came into force

New coastal walkway bridge in situ linking Sabinillas and Casares

It is the latest stage in the ambitious La Senda Litoral project, which aims to create a giant walkway stretching 160km from Manilva to Nerja

Junta de Andalucia boss Susana Diaz faces trial for coercing PSOE delegates investiture vote

The PSOE chief and three other party execs have been denounced for allegedly making threats to MPs if they did not abstain

Multi-million euro Torremolinos shopping complex plans hit by further delays

The Junta’s latest decision on whether or not construction can begin is expected in October or November

Junta de Andalucia bosses should be jailed over bogus training scam, judge says

Junta bosses should be locked up for siphoning off millions, insists judge

Register your Spanish tourist property or else…

Now Andalucia's new holiday rental rules are in force, other regions of Spain suggest it pays to register now rather than risk a fine

Benahavis population to increase by 50% if Junta backs PGOU

Up to 1,063 new houses will be added to an additional 3,800 homes, which already have permission from the existing 1983 town plan

Former Junta heads probed over role in multi-million euro ERE fraud

Chavez and Grinan to be grilled over their links to corruption

New tidings we bring

… but law changes present scant joy for Spain’s homeowners in 2016

Mushroom picking: A chance to reconnect with our hunter-gatherer past

It is essential to go with experts. Some mushrooms are toxic, and telling them apart is often tricky

Ex-Junta de Andalucia presidents in ERE probe

Maria Nunez will probe the exact involvement of former leaders Manuel Chaves and Jose Antonio Grinan

Ten corruption scandals bubbling under in Andalucia

Power-hungry politicians and greedy businessmen tragically still rule in Spain, the country known as the ‘land of the kickback’. With new cases of corruption emerging almost weekly, Rob Horgan investigates ten scandals bubbling under in Andalucia

Never mind the molluscs

The Zebra Mussel is the least of your worries this autumn, reveals Giles Brown

Estepona residents kick up a stink over composting waste site

Residents have served the town hall and the Junta de Andalucia with a denuncia for breaching environmental law

Back to school in Malaga

Junta de Andalucia has injected €1.16 million of structural improvements across 39 schools

Andalucian mayor demands funds to preserve newly-discovered Roman ruins

Porcuna, the home to the remains of the Roman city Obulco, is in a protected cultural zone

Junta minister Angel Ojeda gleaned €50 million in bogus training centre scam

It is part of the on-going investigation by the police’s anti-fraud unit UDEF, which is estimated could be the biggest corruption investigation in Spanish history

Divided reaction to Andalucia’s ban on dogs on beaches

The Olive Press asked what people think of Andalucia’s new pooch-prohibition along the Costa de Sol
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