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It’s not fine by us!

EXCLUSIVE by Andrew Pearce: Andalucian town halls set to go fine crazy after Spanish central government cut back regional funding

Malaga airport reopens after ash cloud disturbance

Costa del Sol airport now running but mixed news for Andalucia's other flight hubs

Airports close in southern Spain

Icelandic ash cloud wreaks havoc once more in Spain

In ALL the right spots

The Olive Press is getting to the heart of Andalucia

The great escape

Formerly a feared bandit hideout, Andrew Pearce discovers that the picture-perfect town of Olvera is still a great escape – but for very different reasons

Junta accepts blame for bin death

Authorities pay out after four-year-old boy suffocates in school dustbin

Drink driving death

Two women die after being hit by a driver over the alcohol limit

Expat number plate alert in Spain

Google and Spanish government team up in illegal car hunt

Million euro reward

Incentive offered to find missing teenager but only for one month

Happy Birthday Andalucia!

Region celebrates landmark birthday with prestigious awards ceremony

Sevilla’s 45 minute car rule

New fines target the time spent by drivers in the city centre

Flamenco spins over to the Big Apple

The "extraordinarily sinuous" Maria Pages brings her brand of flamenco to New York City

My naked angel

It is 70 years since seminal novel Darkness at Noon – inspired by the Spanish Civil War - was first published. Matthew Pritchard recounts how erotic photographs of a naked lady may have prevented the execution of its author Arthur Koestler by fascist troops

Worst drivers in Spain

New report confirms drivers' suspicions

From bling to book

Marbella launches Andalucia's first English-speaking university

Clampdown on drugs

Cadiz is set to come down hard on drug offenders

Best greenway in Europe

Greenway scoops award

Sexy Beast makes Andalucia return

British acting legend to visit Sevilla film festival

The Best of Andalucia

Two exciting new exhibitions are showing off the glorious history of the region, Moorish porcelain in Cordoba and the priceless Phoenician Treasure of Carambolo in Sevilla

A winter wonderland

Hostelbookers explains why winter budget travellers head for Marbella and Puerto Banus

A towering furore

UNESCO is joined by World Monuments Fund to oppose construction of controversial Torre Cajasol

Expats Giving English Lessons

Expats' mother tongue being put to good use

El Ejido Mayor Arrested

Juan Enciso Ruiz suspected of money laundering and bribery

An electric car deal!

Electric car initiative sparked by government subsidies

The leaning tower of Sevilla

Architects vote on skyscraper which could lead to Sevilla losing its World Heritage Status




Expat launches desperate appeal for missing Jack Russell Zorro after he vanished from Spain’s Costa Blanca

AN expat is heartbroken after his 'beloved' Jack Russell disappeared into thin air this week. Bruno Ferreira has launched an appeal to track down Zorro,...


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