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Graffiti artists smeared train carriages on Spain’s Costa Blanca

TWO graffiti artists- described by police as 'well-known'- have been arrested in Alicante for using train carriages as canvasses. The two men, aged 25 and...

Drunk British teenager arrested after trashing Magaluf hotel on Spain’s Mallorca

A British teenager has been arrested by the Guardia Civil after causing €2,561 worth of damage to a Magaluf hotel. The young tourist was detained...

Vandals topple statue of tennis star David Ferrer in home city on Spain’s Costa Blanca

VANDALS have damaged a metal statue of former tennis star David Ferrer in his home city of Javea. The statue on a section of the...

Far-right ‘ultras’ charged with hate crimes after tearing down gay ‘rainbow’ flag from public square in Spain’s Mar Menor...

TWO far-right extremists have been charged with hate crimes after tearing down and trampling on a gay 'rainbow' flag hoisted in a Los Alcazares...

Costa Blanca serial graffiti vandal in Spain is caught after year-long investigation

POLICE have arrested a Costa Blanca graffiti vandal after a year-long probe to track down the culprit. The unidentified man scrawled over 50 signs in...

Disrespectful vandals scrawl graffiti on Costa Blanca COVID-19 victims memorial in Spain

A Denia sculpture paying tribute to victims of the COVID-19 pandemic has been vandalised. The heart-shaped 'Corozones' by local sculptor, Modesto Mari, was unveiled in...

Three teens detained for vandalising nativity scene on Spain’s Costa Blanca

THREE Moroccan teenagers aged 14 and 15 were detained in Almoradi on January 12 for causing 2400 euros of damage to a municipal nativity...

Vandalised Malaga cultural centre has CCTV installed in police crackdown on graffiti

Police training was put to use as officers in Rincon caught three graffiti artists red-handed

Fascist vandals paint Nazi swastikas on cultural centre in northern Spain

"We will continue to be profoundly antifascist and committed to the rights and freedoms"

Maximilian Bartie

Disgruntled of Andalucia (Formerly Royal Tunbridge Wells) puts the world to rights

Bar wars

EXCLUSIVE by Andrew Pearce: Expatriate-run bar comes under attack from rival kiosk owner, who threatens to 'burn down' bar




Need a job? Club Med Marbella on ambitious hiring spree for 320 staff to boost their team this winter

AS the summer season comes to a close and the winter chill approaches, one all-inclusive resort has set Marbella's hospitality industry abuzz.  While many hotels...


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