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Once bitten, twice shy

A new book by Dr Vejay Singh – aka Dr Venom – trawls a terrifying list of creepy crawlies found in Andalucía and offers symptoms and treatments. Wendy Williams meets the man and picks out some of the nastiest nasties

Oz pupils perform concert in Andalucia

A choir and chamber orchestra from the MLC School in Sydney, Australia are performing a concert in Andalucia this weekend.

Let’s cheer for Cordoba

Cordoba makes the last six in the race to be European Capital of Culture 2016

Pints while pregnant

A shocking 45 per cent of pregnant women in Spain have admitted to drinking alcohol during pregnancy

Irish rapist not living in Spain

New reports confirm convicted rapist Larry Murphy has moved to France

Take a walk on the wildside

There are some great hikes in the wonderful Axarquia wilderness from Frigiliana, writes guide John Keogh

Belt up

A quater of all people who died in traffic accidents last year in Spain were not wearing a seat belt

Alberto Contador tests positive for drugs

This year's Tour de France winner has failed a drugs test

A tale of two towns

Success or failure? The impact of yesterday's strike was felt in varying degrees across the country

Bronislava and Clyde

A British man and his Russian accomplice have been arrested near Marbella in connection with a string of 15 bank robberies

Flight chaos as General Strike hits Spain

Flights grounded as unions get 70 per cent support for the general strike

Our hospitals are unwell

Andalucia comes near the bottom for bed numbers and spending per patient

Land grab law may not breach EU legislation

Valencia’s notorious land grab law might be legal, according to lawyers in Brussels

A land of rebellion, resistance and renaissance

After spending a year living in the region, the Olive Press editor Jon Clarke explains why he identified with the Axarquia

SOS – Save our Sierras

Nature park plan to protect coastal hills from development

How the Axarquia awakened from its slumber

Novelist David Baird on why, having lived all around the world, he settled in this quiet corner of Malaga, known as a land of rebellion, resistance and renaissance

A divided society

Less than one per cent of Malaga owns 8.3bn euros

Gorrillas in our midst

Almost a thousand ‘gorillas’ - who make you pay for finding a parking space - have had reports filed against them this year

The sweet smell of success

Jon Clarke on the fall and rise of the sweet Moscatel wines from the Axarquia

The Pearls of Aphrodite

Andalucian firm first in Spain to produce white caviar

The Rock says ‘sorry’

Gibraltar government apologises to Spain for the actions of two policemen

Granny, drop the kids! It’s the national strike

The Unions are calling for grandparents to stop looking after their grandchildren on the day of the General Strike

The debt crisis could be over

Prime Minister Zapatero has declared the debt crisis is over in Europe

Bagpipes, kilts and Robert the Bruce…

It could only be Teba in September

Spain is a better place to live than Britain

New research shows the UK is the worst place to live in Europe

Goat and raisin cook off

Top chefs in Andalucia are to go head-to-head in a 2000 euro goat recipe challenge
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