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WATCH: Elephants playing in the rain in Spain will be the cutest thing you see today

AS many take shelter to escape the storms and heavy rain engulfing Spain today, this herd of elephants has a different idea.Instead of ducking...

More yellow warnings across Spain’s Andalucia as towns face flooding

According to AEMET up to 180 litres per square meter will fall over 12 hours

Why you shouldn’t write off Algeciras just yet

If Lonely Planet authors had been passing through during Algeciras Entremares earlier this month, they’d be in a flurry to update

Retirement abroad: Don’t wing it, plan it

The earlier you plan for retirement, the better the result you’ll achieve, writes Woodbrook CEO Michael Doherty

Q&A: Angel Nozal on why he should be running Mijas

Mijas Matters' Bill Anderson puts politician Angel Nozal in the hot seat

Body of Irish woman found in southern Spain

The remains of the woman were discovered floating in a cove just a few metres from the shore in the village of Isla Plana in Cartagena

Three armed men rob bank on Costa del Sol and take off with €200,000

The incident took place just after 8am at the Bankinter branch in the centre of Marbella

How an Andalucian weed promoted literacy in Victorian Britain

“THE English ceased to be one of the most aggressive, brutal, rowdy, outspoken, riotous cruel and bloodthirsty nations in the world and became one...

British expat wins top UK food awards for Andalucia made balsamic vinegars

Creator of Fino Olive Oil, Susie Taylor, has won two prizes at this year’s UK Great Taste Awards for her Cordoba products

‘Hero’ expat donates a whopping 300 TINS of food to Costa del Sol dog sanctuary in need

It comes after the Estepona-based shelter made a plea on Facebook for tinned food this week

PICTURED: British man gunned down by police after ‘starting shoot-out’ on Spain’s Costa del Sol

A BRITISH gangster slayed in a shoot-out in Estepona has been identified.Sean Hercules - who goes by the name Shacker - from Leeds, was...

Princeton students reveal what it’s really like to work at the Costa del Sol’s Olive Press

As the University’s partnership with the Olive Press goes from strength to strength, this year’s interns Diana Tang and Grace Lee write up their end-of-term report

British suspect shot dead by police in broad daylight in Costa del Sol hotspot

It is believed the suspect resisted by using a gun and officials were forced to take action

MONKEYING AROUND: All you need to know about Gibraltar’s mischievous macaques

The macaques have been residents since the 12th century as they are depicted in paintings of the period

SPAIN’S ROBIN HOODS: Retracing the steps of famous Andalucian bandits who took from the rich and gave to the...

In Andalucia during the 18th and 19th centuries, bandits were flamenco dancers, bull-fighters, smugglers and travellers, writes Diana Tang and Grace Lee

Chilli-ng at Andalucia’s Salsas Sierra Nevada – Spain’s first artisan brand of hot sauce

Salsas Sierra Nevada are so hot they should be labelled ‘handle with care'

BREAKING: Aircraft scrambled to forest fire in Spain’s Malaga

UPDATE: The fire has been controlled.A WILDFIRE has broken out in the province of Malaga.The blaze is believed to have started this afternoon in...

Natural park forest fire in Andalucia stabilized

A FOREST fire at the Parque Natural de los Alcornocales in Cadiz has now been stabilized.https://twitter.com/Plan_INFOCA/status/1036635140179603456According to INFOCA, Prevention and Extinction of Forest Fires body...

WATCH: Forest fire erupts at natural park in Spain’s Andalucia

Four helicopters are currently working to put out the blaze in Cadiz

EXCLUSIVE: MP steps into drug case after Brit was imprisoned two months ago for 1.5 tonnes of hashish found...

Chichester MP Gillian Keegan has been in touch over the arrest of Robert Anthony Mansfield-Hewitt, who has yet to be charged since being arrested in June

FOUND: British woman missing on Costa del Sol for almost seven weeks safe after ‘sleeping rough’

But Marie McManus still needs your help to find a job and get back on her feet

BEST IN CLASS: A Costa del Sol business guide to children’s education fee planning

Education fees are rising sharply, up to 17pc each year, writes the Woodbrook Group

EXCLUSIVE: Olive Press exposes Spanish expat firm caught out selling fake reviews on TripAdvisor

An Olive Press investigation has unearthed companies offering packages of 50 glowing reviews for just €400 to boost restaurant rankings
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