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How Andalucia’s ‘de la frontera’ towns got their names… and what they mean

Lenox Napier pores over medieval maps to discover how Andalucia’s ‘border towns’ got their names

No victors in the Algarrobico ruling in Almeria

There are no victors in Almeria’s infamous battle of the Algarrobico … except, perhaps, the local rabbits, writes Lenox Napier, who lives in nearby Mojacar and controversially believes it should be allowed to stay

OPINION: Take the Algarrobico down

Almeria resident Lenox Napier argues succinctly that the creation of jobs is more important than protecting mere ‘scrub’

ANIMAL RIGHTS FOCUS: A positive view of bullfighting in Spain

In a controversial dispatch, expat bullfighting aficionado Lenox Napier argues the case for the corrida

OPINION: Moment of change for animal welfare

It's time to take a closer look at the state of animal rights and cruelty across Spain

Meet the expats standing in the upcoming local elections

THE expat vote could have X-Factor repercussions in town halls up and down Spain, raising foreigners themselves to the hot seats of power. With the...

Lenox Napier found guilty of defaming the Euesdens

Blogger convicted in Almeria court after posting a series of online articles

The Euesdens stole my newspaper claims British journalist

Euro Weekly News publishers failed to pay monies due at conclusion of a three-year buyout deal, claims expat journalist

We were the victims of a ‘campaign of terror’, claim Spanish newspaper publishers Michel and Steven Euesden

Tearful Euro Weekly News owners tell court how journalist undertook hate campaign over claims they stole his newspaper

Euro Weekly News owners in libel trial

Publishers suing journalist Lenox Napier who claims they stole his paper off him