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Experts warn that ‘children cannot be expected to wear masks of any kind for the duration of a school day' and that 'at some point, the mask has to come off'
British expats with dream homes built on illegal land may FINALLY be released from property limbo in Spain’s Andalucia...
THE Ecologistas en Accion platform has released a statement to publicly denounce the Spanish Government's plan to reopen rustic land to developers.
Unions and parents in Spain’s Andalucia outraged by Junta’s proposal that schools re-open in May amid COVID-19 pandemic
The Junta’s proposal to open the schools in mid-May has been met by outrage from Unions and parents.
Schools, colleges, universities in Andalucia to remain open for now amid Spain’s coronavirus epidemic
The Junta de Andalucia reschedules the sitting of official examinations following the guidelines of the Spanish Government.
The firefighter’s injuries, thought to be to his leg, were treated yesterday afternoon by the medical unit of the Bomberos de Malaga
Work on the hospital had stopped in December after a Junta investment of €15 million
Power lines prevent wildfire on Spain’s Costa del Sol being extinguished as 290 hectares of land torched
“My husband and I have been coming to Estepona for eight years and we have seen fires before, but nothing like this”
Listeria outbreak infects 80 people including 15 pregnant women in Spain’s Andalucia after bacteria found in 2,000 packs of...
Healthy people may have mild symptoms, however listeria can be fatal for older people, newborns and patients with weakened immune systems
Meanwhile the regional budgets for this year have earmarked a further €8.7 million for cycling lanes in Cadiz
Julen’s parents seek three and a half years in prison for Malaga landowner after their son plunged to death...
Serrano, who is cousin to Julen’s father Jose Rosello, is alleged to have committed ‘extremely serious’ negligence, according to court documents
It comes just a week after Playa de Fuentebravia in Cadiz was also closed to the public by the Ministry of Health
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
In total, Malaga is to get €153 million under the new regional budget
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’
The law would make Andalucia Spain's first region with a publicly-funded entrepreneurship fund
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
Guardia Civil helicopter crew perform daring rescue in the Guadalhorce valley
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
The PSOE chief and three other party execs have been denounced for allegedly making threats to MPs if they did not abstain
The Junta’s latest decision on whether or not construction can begin is expected in October or November
Junta bosses should be locked up for siphoning off millions, insists judge
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
Chavez and Grinan to be grilled over their links to corruption