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Junta de Andalucia chief ‘spent EU grants on cocaine’

Driver to ex-employment minister squandered up to 900,000 euros of ERE subsidies

Junta to regulate thousands of illegal Andalucia properties

President Grinan said decree will 'probably' be passed on January 10

16 arrested over Spanish Imperial Eagle egg thefts

Centre in charge of the recovery program for the endangered Spanish Imperial Eagle has been linked to the thefts

PP wins in all provinces in Andalucia

Socialist party suffers a crushing defeat in regional and local elections

Investigation reveals 12,697 illegal homes in the Almanzora Valley

And 920 - many owned by expats - are to be demolished

647million euro Junta early-retirement fraud

Junta to be investigated for awarding pensions to bogus employees

Bag tax fury

Fury as Fuengirola refuses to back plastic bag levy

Out of a deep, dark hole

Nerja could finally be close to getting its own sewage works

Oily business

Andalucian olive oil is being diluted to save costs

Third time lucky for Axarquia oil

Olive growers of Axarquia are stepping up the efforts to gain an international trademark for their olive oil

Holiday rental ratings shake-up

Junta approves news ratings system for Andalucian holiday apartments and complexes

Bright sparks boost Axarquia tourism

Local Andalucia businesses hoping to secure Junta funding

Junta accepts blame for bin death

Authorities pay out after four-year-old boy suffocates in school dustbin

Kestrels set to fly back

Kestrels are to be saved at the expense of pigeons to even out the numbers

Costa del Sol cuts

Hotels on the costa have cut jobs by almost one-fifth in the past year

Dune and dusted by Costa del Sol

Andalucia officials criticised for their rampant development of coast

‘Express demolition’ threat

Junta officials agreed new directive just one day before Malaga demolition march

Living under the axe

EXCLUSIVE: With the April 9 demolition deadline looming, the ‘Albox Nine’ were visited by MP Chris Bryant to discuss the crisis. However, amid the political furore, that is making headlines back home, Andrew Pearce discovers how easy it is to forget the real people, with real struggles at the heart of this wretched affair

Happy Birthday Andalucia!

Region celebrates landmark birthday with prestigious awards ceremony

The demolitions that are a disgrace to us all

Lennox Napiers vents his anger towards the Junta and the lack of support shown to beleaguered expatriates facing demolition orders

Floody hell

Junta chiefs blasted for lack of action after thousands of homes washed away in heaviest rainfall on record

Junta stands its ground

Government stance threatens to further enflame Axarquia housing row

The Best of Andalucia

Two exciting new exhibitions are showing off the glorious history of the region, Moorish porcelain in Cordoba and the priceless Phoenician Treasure of Carambolo in Sevilla

Demolition nightmares

As Dan Thorneycroft tries to garner support from MEPs in a desperate bid to save thousands of households facing the axe, Andrew Pearce speaks to four Andalucian homeowners confronted by the imminent threat of losing everything

‘Like being accused of Hiroshima bomb’

Ronda mayor compares Los Merinos accusations to H-bomb, while calling environment boss ‘incompetent’ and ecologists ‘terrorists’

Not our problem!

Expat writes to 70 British MEPs to save his home from demolition – while Junta rules that Priors home was illegal