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British expat author reveals the beauty of Mr Henderson’s railway

Nick Nutter follows the enterprise undertaken by fellow Brit Sir Alexander Henderson in the 19th century

Costa del Sol roadside residents slam traffic noise and launch new petition

EXCLUSIVE: Roadside residents of Buenas Noches on the N-340 launch petition over excessive noise

Estepona coastal walkway to be built by French developer

Walk the planks on the Costa del Sol

Welcome to Andalucia’s Roman oasis: Casares

VIDEO SPECIAL: Casares may be famous for its bread but with its amazing beach, breathtaking countryside and enchanting white village, you’ve got butter and jam on top, writes Iona Napier

Manilva property market continues to rise says boss of Primrose Real Estate

Manilva property market continues to rise ahead of new luxury Crystal Lagoon site

Costa del Sol hotel accused of purposefully poisoning cats and birds

Expat animal rights groups, including Adana, are now investigating claims that they were killed by workers at the Pierre y Vacances resort

The ‘anarchist gestor’ at Breaking Spain

Whether it’s explaining medical documents, translating in court cases or sorting out a driving licence, she does the lot

Europe comes to the coast

With staff able to speak English, Spanish, French and Italian, Coast to Coast has been finding dream homes for people from all corners of Europe and even further afield

Market leader Sabinillas

The New Fairground on the Rio Manilva road is the latest home for the famous rastro

Manilva munchies… where to eat

There is a host of good places to eat if you have the knowledge, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Cirque to Soleil

Rob Horgan discovers how a British expat went from elephant trainer in the USA to chef at Manilva’s coolest chiringuito

Manilva mania

The town that enraptured a Roman emperor and a flamenco star is not resting on its laurels in its drive to attract new admirers, writes Joe Duggan

Auction of Manilva plot owned by property swindlers falls short of price

The land was seized off Forum Filatelico, which swindled 270,000 people in a bogus stamp investment scheme

Childline Andalucia launches first major charity event at Hotel Tamisa Golf in May

Charity fundraiser to include three-course dinner and entertainment from the Jersey Boys

Costa del Sol charity feeds dozens of underprivileged children over the Christmas

The Duquesa Charitable Society of St George provided Christmas food parcels

Costa del Century

This month, let's take a trip 100 years back in time to trace the rise of Spain's favourite holiday and second-home destination

Costa del Sol locals hit fundraising target for operation to save young man’s hand

Manilva community raise €9,000 for Barcelona operation to cure rare wrist disease

Costa del Sol town in desperate bid to raise money for Christmas operation to save boy’s hand

Andalucian champion rock climber could lose his hand if 9,000 isn't raised by December 29

Expat mother sets up Childline Andalucia

Tracey-Leigh Bennett sets up Christmas appeal to help troubled children and teens get through the festive period… and beyond

EXCLUSIVE: British Legion warning after thousands of poppies vanish on Costa del Sol

Urgent warning after thousands of Remembrance Day poppies and collection boxes vanish in Estepona and Manilva, leading to fears of fraudsters

Manilva water supply to be cut off

The outage will affect the entire municipality, including Sabinillas and Duquesa

It’s only Rock ‘n’ Roll and I like it …

… but Giles didn’t get a look-in on the concert circuit this year

Costa del Sol port a ‘hotbed’ of drugs, drinking and violence, say Duquesa expats

EXCLUSIVE: Angry expats fight violent drink and drug culture in Duquesa port

Wildfire rips through Casares in Spain and blazes all night

A fire broke out near Casares at around 9pm on Tuesday was stabilized 12 hours later





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