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OPINION: Spaniards and expats can breathe a sigh of relief with the formation of a new government in Spain
Another month, another election.
OPINION: Swimming pool expert calls deaths of British family who drowned on Spain’s Costa del Sol ‘an accident waiting...
“Swimming pools are dangerous ‘f**king machines”
OPINION: Spain may be hosting the pivotal COP25 climate conference, but Madrid may need to rethink its approach to...
“People are lazy about not using their cars,” says volunteer Cristina Gomez. “There’s no excuse. We have a very good public transport system”
OPINION: Diners at THIS restaurant in Spain knew about its underwhelming food, but not about its ‘slave labour’ and...
Why then did it take until just over a month ago for someone to finally tip off police?
THE poisoning of at least 51 people from just one restaurant is both shocking and scary
In many urbanization, they leave this job to a gardener, left in charge of the pool with little understanding of how powerful these pumps can be
OPINION: Is it any wonder racism flourishes in Spain, when a teacher of all people, feels she can call...
With a teacher now caught on camera peddling the same old racist stereotypes of ‘monkeys’, is it any wonder racism continues
OPINION: Vulnerable people being robbed in hospital beds on the Costa del Sol is an absolute disgrace
The hospital also make it more difficult to report thefts to the police as they have refused to document the crimes
OPINION: After it emerged taxi rapist John Worboys is learning Spanish in prison, we must not let him into...
Worboys would be among the sickest and most dangerous expat criminals to have ever inhabited this country
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
Where is the outcry from other media outlets, especially back in the UK? Or in Gibraltar?
OPINION: The news that a British boy’s death in Mallorca ‘could have been prevented’ is both shocking and sad
RIP: Thomas Channon (left) died after plunging 15 metres from a Mallorca apartment, but his death could have been prevented
OPINION: Authorities in Alicante must make property developers follow safety rules without harming the promising market
The ‘save 100 lives’ petition launched in Balcon al Mar, in Javea, concerns 100 residents whose homes are literally on a cliff-edge
OPINION: Celebrities are pushing Mallorca’s positive image at the moment and the season has not even started
Celebrity DJ Idris Elba was over last month, along with Katie Price and Jamiroquai, and of course, Caroline Flack and the Love Island gang are just around the corner
Amanda Butler explains the mysterious ‘Beckham Rule’ and looks at developments in Mallorca’s property market
It was of course given its name by David Beckham, one of the first high profile sports people to use it when he signed for Real Madrid
OPINION: The shock verdict that sees Westley Capper and Craig Porter ‘walk free’ is an insult to Agnese Klavina’s...
The crux of the case rested on the lack of evidence and the prosecution’s inability to provide a clear narrative of what happened to Agnese
OPINION: Expats will make all the difference in tomorrow’s elections, both as candidates and in the polling booths
Above all, ensure you vote for the local team that best understands the wealth and diversity we bring to their towns
As part of her Burlesque act, Ziggy uses a chair, but we discovered to our horror that none of the chairs at the venue would suffice
OPINION: Are storm drains to blame for the severity of damage to British expat businesses in the Costa Blanca...
While many of us are still dealing with damp basements and insurance claims, we should take note of the municipal elections coming up on May 22
OPINION: After an exploding rum cocktail in Spain left three people hospitalised, do we need to re-examine modern nightlife?
It is paramount that these ‘Instagenic’ elements of modern nightlife are scrutinised before being unleashed on the public
OPINION: British fraud victims in Spain can be hopeful after MPs – who never agree on anything – lend...
Indeed getting more than a handful of MPs to agree on anything these days is certainly no small feat
OPINION: The increasing number of British expats registering on Spain’s padron is pleasing, but also surprising
Experts believe Brexit has pushed more Brits to fill out their paperwork, something which will hopefully continue after B-day
I had never been a risk-taker, I was pretty comfortable financially, I liked my job and everything in life was settled and safe, but just a little boring
OPINION: After an expat nursery was forced to close, we must cut red tape so bureaucracy does not put...
The fact such worthy enterprises can be crushed by such arbitrary town hall decrees is both disheartening and sickening
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