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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

Secret location art festival takes over Malaga

The location for each show will be kept a secret until 24 hours before

Is Mijas really a democracy?

If a government is acting on my behalf, I have the right to know what they are doing with my money, writes Bill Anderson

The beef about The Story of Ferdinand – Spain’s most controversial children’s book

Franco banned it, Hitler burnt it and Gandhi loved it. How a loveable Spanish toro in a children’s book has raised hackles all over the world

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

Fears for tourism sector as Spain receives almost a million less holidaymakers than predicted

There was a 2.2% decrease in tourists from January to June and a 3.1% drop in overnight stays

Sick expat mum caged on Spain’s Costa del Sol after forcing CHILD to marry man in Morocco for money

It is understood her parents had reached an 'economic agreement' with the man and even bribed a local authority

Hit Netflix series The Crown to begin filming on Spain’s Costa del Sol

HIT Netflix series The Crown is set to begin filming in Andalucia. The period drama - which won a host of awards last year -...

A New Wife in the Sun: Another Brit in the Wall-Ep 7

Before we left the UK to reside in Spain I enjoyed nothing more than a good old moan about the country I was born...

EXCLUSIVE: Shooting outside luxury Marbella nightclub leaves two ‘drug cartel members’ injured

A HIRED assassin has attempted to murder two senior drug cartel members outside one of the Costa del Sol’s most popular luxury nightclubs, it...

IN PICTURES: Tomatoes flying at La Tomatina festival today

La Tomatina is a food fight festival held on the last Wednesday of August each year in the town of Bunol near to Valencia...

Some Paella Recipes You Didn’t Know About

There are many traditional dishes in Spanish cuisine, but paella is the most popular. There are more than 300 recipes for the dish, but...

Man rushed to hospital in helicopter after being crushed by giant globe at ‘running of balls’ festival in Spain

‘Boloencierro’ festival has taken place for the last seven years in Mataelpino, in the region of Madrid

WATCH: Dozens of migrants storm tourist-packed beach in southern Spain THIS is the moment dozens of migrants stormed a tourist-packed beach in southern Spain.  Holidaymakers watched in shock as the semi-inflatable Zodiac carrying nearly 50...

Green party in Spain calls for ban on Monsanto-developed herbicide linked to terminal cancer

SPANISH green party Equo is demanding an ‘immediate ban’ on the herbicide Glyphosate which has been linked to terminal cancer. The call comes after American...

Home buyers on Spain’s Costa del Sol getting younger and younger

THE average age of property buyers in Marbella has plunged to a record low of 42 years old. A report by estate agents Lucas Fox...

Tourism industry officially Spain’s biggest employer, outpacing construction

THE tourism industry is now the biggest employer in Spain. Figures show more than 2.65 million people – 2.17 million waged workers and 483,861 private...

IN PICTURES: Fire incident between Coín and Alhaurín el Grande

A FIRE has been reported in between Coín and Alhaurín el Grande on the A404 roadside .  Three fire engines and over seven firefighters were seen...

Woman threatened with €600,000 fine for offering tours of her village in Spain

A TOUR guide app has called in lawyers after a woman was threatened with a €600,000 fine for offering guided tours of her Spanish...

Death threats for chef in Spain who featured ‘grilled Andalucian Guardia Civil’ on his ‘offensive’ menu

The chef describes the incident as a ‘misunderstanding’ and apologised

Iconic Spanish staple named the ‘best food experience in the world’

IT’S official. Spanish cuisine is the best food experience in the world. Well, more specifically it’s Basque cuisine, with pintxo hopping in San Sebastian’s historic...

UK expats in Spain could face losing access to pensions and taxed for using credit cards in event of...

Annuities, deposit services, lending and insurance are just some of the financial actions where expats could face difficulties if the EU does not take action

Blood-sucking flies capable of killing BIRDS spreading across Spain and they’re ‘coming to Andalucia’

Only the female bites and in the most serious cases they can land you in the hospital

Ryanair is changing its cabin bag policy AGAIN

RYANAIR is changing its cabin luggage policy for the second time this year, and it could leave you £8 (€9) worse off. Currently, only priority...