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Long-awaited health centre gets the green light in San Pedro

The health centre will replace an existing building on a 3,000 square metre site to provide primary healthcare for San Pedro, Nueva Andalucia, Benahavis and the eastern side of Estepona.

HUGE Christmas bauble coming to Costa del Sol town to ‘encourage Christmas shopping’ before Three Kings arrive by helicopter

A HUGE Christmas bauble is coming to the Costa del Sol in a bid to boost Christmas sales figures. Some 12 metres in diameter, the...

Marbella pet poisoner suspect released after police found he was not carrying poison

A PENSIONER detained by police in relation to the dog poisoning case was released today after they discovered he was not carrying poison. Town hall...

BREAKING: Man arrested ‘carrying poison’ in Marbella following death of at least 16 dogs

A MAN has reportedly been arrested in Marbella this morning in connection with the dog poisoning case. Local sources say the suspect was picked up...

Former teenage soldier Abdel Djeebet has become something of a trooper in the kitchen

IT is fair to say that Abdel Djeebet was destined for life as a restaurateur. With an uncle who teaches at Spain’s top cookery school,...

‘San Pedro is a key boom area’ writes Casa Marbella boss

“It is one of the main boom areas on the coast.”

As San Pedro gears up for its feria – the last of the season – Laurence Dollimore discovers a...

Just 10km west of Marbs, San Pedro has been reborn over the last decade as a modernised microcosm of Spain

Those in the know are swapping Marbella for San Pedro when it comes to dining, writes Jon Clarke

Everything from Italian to Argentine, and Japanese to French, all nationalities are represented in this pavement tussle.

San Pedro’s evolving commercial centre La Colonia was built by an expat

IT is probably best known as the home of McDonald's and Dia, squatting beside the A7 on the outskirts of San Pedro. But La...

Poison used to kill at least 15 dogs in Marbella has been banned in EU for 20 years

THE poison used to kill at least 15 dogs in Marbella last week has been banned in the EU for 20 years.  The industrial herbicide...

PARTY TIME: Marbella’s San Pedro Feria kicks off with a bang

SAN Pedro kicked off its annual Feria with a bang last night. The final Feria of the year, it began with the traditional Cabezudos parade...

British family celebrate sixth year of quirky hostel business in San Pedro

A BRITISH family are celebrating their Hostel's sixth year of business in San Pedro de Alcantara.  Run by Gary, Karen, Richard and Michael Wynn, the...

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Pet killer’ poison in ANOTHER area of Marbella as British expat’s dog killed in just 20 minutes

POLICE are probing at least two parks linked to the deaths of over a dozen dogs on the Costa del Sol by poisoning. According to...

PRIORITIES: Returned Marbella mayor Angeles Muñoz raises town hall salaries by 20%

NEW Marbella mayor Angeles Muñoz has increased the salaries of 15 councillors from the Partido Popular-Opcion Sampedreña coalition by 19.23%. Nine of the councillors, including...

Elderly man injured by ‘unsafe’ works in Marbella’s San Pedro de Alcantara

INJURED: Local resident RESIDENTS have blasted the San Pedro pedestrianisation works after an elderly man allegedly became the second to be injured. Local resident Jose Duran...

Fines of up to €3,000 for littering in Marbella town

Paper and cardboard must be put into the blue bins, plastic in yellow bins and glass in the green bins, it warns

WATCH: Firemen put out fire in Marbella’s San Pedro de Alcantara

The fire is believed to be under control

Teenage girl arrested after stabbing young man in Marbella

The victim was released from hospital without serious injury

Partido Popular push to scrap Marbella and San Pedro ferias in new budget changes

Muñoz wants €2.1 million to implement a jobs drive and will get the cash from the events budget

Luxury British apartments being snapped up on Costa del Sol

The last 40 homes have gone on sale in Taylor Wimpey’s Acqua development in San Pedro

Three Kings: Where to watch parades in Andalucia on January 5

Millions of people are expected to come out and join in with the huge Cabalgatas de Reyes, which will snake their way through both bustling cities and tiny villages

Devastating floods cause Marbella more than €28 million damage

The town hall revealed the huge amount in a statement, following initial inspections of public roads, infrastructure and equipment by council workers that were wrecked in last weekend's freak weather





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