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INVESTIGATION: Shady expat estate agent denounced after taking €300,000 into her personal account for property purchase in Spain’s Andalucia
In the shocking claim filed with police, the couple, from Berlin, believe she is now shutting her company and intends to leave Spain, ‘predictably to Dubai’.
WATCH: Secret filming reveals Goldcar staff ‘BULLY’ tourists and charge ‘€300 for scratch’ on Spain’s Costa del Sol and...
In Europe, customers are not required to buy additional insurance when renting a car and are covered with ‘basic’ insurance by law
GRAPE ESCAPE: Driver arrested with car full of stolen peppers is same man who stole three tonnes of grapes...
Dozens of peppers tumbled out of the vehicle - believed to be a Citroen Picasso - when officers opened the boot
Police probe in Spain’s Andalucia after ILLEGAL zoo with turtles, ostriches and porcupines BUSTED
It comes after cops found fake permits for at least 14 animals at facilities in Villafranca de los Barros in February
Andy Murray’s Spanish doubles partner named in Wimbledon match-fixing investigation by police
Feliciano Lopez has denied all allegations against him, and said he had never met those at the centre of the probe
Man in Spain dies of heart attack during hair transplant just moments after receiving anaesthetic
The clinic, which has been giving men their hairlines back for over five years, said it was ‘affected’ by the tragedy
ONE PUNCH KILLER: British tourist arrested in Spain for killing pensioner on Costa del Sol
The 45-year-old Brit was arrested at Malaga Airport after killing a dad-of-three in August
Expat forced to call family in Spain and tell them ‘I’m not dead’ after football club said he was...
It is thought that the club revealed the fake news so they could get an important match with Arklow Town postponed
Senior Madrid priest in money laundering probe
Dubbed the ‘priest to the nobility’ Montes is being probed over millions of euros hidden away overseas
Gibraltar police make changes to procedures after bullying probe
The Royal Gibraltar Police has made radical changes to internal procedures after its bullying probe
One year on from Spain’s fatal Santiago train crash and still no justice for victims
Friends and family of victims are refusing to attend memorial ceremony