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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

Dogs to be banned from ALL Costa del Sol beaches this summer

The ban will run from June 1 to September 30 and will apply to all beaches including the specific dog-friendly beaches that have been set up in Casares, Malaga and Fuengirola

PSOE win – but without overall majority – in Andalucia elections

The PSOE party got just 35% of the vote as new anti-corruption party Podemos gained an incredible 15 seats

Podemos announce a €600,000 campaign in Andalucia

The party has confirmed MEP Teresa Rodriguez will be standing against current Junta president Susana Diaz in the regional elections on March 22

Judge Mercedes Alaya fights to keep Andalucia ERE fraud scandal under her control

The Supreme Court demands enormous trial to be divided

Legal changes planned for holiday rentals in Spain

At the start of 2015, the Junta de Andalucía aims to pass new legislation to regulate the short-term rental market, raising standards for tourists and requiring owners to register apartments and declare earnings

Law amendment to regulate Spanish 25,000 properties put on fast-track by Junta de Andalucia

Junta to legalize 25,000 irregular homes, just in time for the elections

Greenpeace and Junta support flotilla protest against Repsol fracking plans

Greenpeace and the Junta are backing a protest flotilla against fracking off the Mijas coastline

UK Ambassador to Spain in Twitter outburst after ‘secret meeting’ in Sevilla

The UK's Ambassador to Spain defends his actions after accusations that he held a secret meeting with the Junta de Andalucia which excluded Gibraltar

Algarrobico Hotel saga rumbles on as ownership of disputed land changes again

TSJA reverses its controversial decision on the Algarrobico Hotel and hands ownership of the land back to the Junta

President of Andalucia to step down at end of August

After months of careful planning, Grinan announces he will resign at the end of August

Junta de Andalucia boss was ‘cashier’ in ERE scandal

Jose Antonio Grinan has been accused of overseeing the ERE slush fund

Phoenix Campaign gathers pace

The Olive Press campaign hopes to get people made homeless after the Malaga fires back in their homes

Coastal plan to prevent building within 500m of sea in Andalucia

Under the protection plan, launched this week, no new building projects can be launched and all existing plans will need to go through rigorous tests

Ski season begins in Sierra Nevada

Lifts open from 9am on Thursday

Andalucia Masters cancelled

The economic crisis in Spain has claimed another casualty, one of its biggest golfing tournaments

Former Spanish Mayor resigns amid allegations he used town hall credit card in brothel

Miguel Angel Dominguez quits post as Provincial Delegate for Public Works and Housing but maintains he is innocent

Morocco calls for half the income of Andalucia’s most popular tourist attraction

The Moroccan Culture Minister wants shared management of the Alhambra