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Four new luxury hotels to open in Marbella

Four new luxury hotels to open in Marbella

Harrison Jones Jan 21, 2018 Costa del Sol

A MULTI-MILLION pound investment will see four new luxury hotels open in Marbella, according to Spanish media.  Foreign investors are reportedly set to plough €15 million into the developments, which will...

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British man faces jail after starting Canary Islands forest fire

British man faces jail after starting Canary Islands forest fire

Karl Smallman Jan 20, 2018 Canary Islands

A 55-YEAR-OLD British man has been arrested after allegedly starting a fire on the holiday island of Gran Canaria. The blaze affected nearly an acre (3,000 sq m) of land between the Soria y Las Niñas reservoirs. The man, only identified by police with the initials N.P.P., has reportedly admitted accidentally starting...

Spain's economy gets new credit A-rating

Spain's economy gets new credit A-rating

Harrison Jones Jan 20, 2018 Spain

THE SPANISH economy has been upgraded to an A-rating.  The respected credit rating company Fitch said the country’s economic outlook was improving.  It said the country was going through a strong, relatively broad-based recovery, allowing it to upgrade the country from a BBB+ rating.  Spain’s economy has been stagnating since the economic crash...

Madrid’s famous railway turtles could be shelled out

Madrid’s famous railway turtles could be shelled out

Harrison Jones Jan 20, 2018 Spain

MADRID’s Atocha railway station is set to lose its famous turtles, who have faced such overcrowding that they turned to cannibalism.  The capital’s largest rail station is well known for hosting the group of roughly 300 animals, who have become a firm favourite with locals and tourists.  But, according to The Local...

Almerian PP and Citizens politicians agree budget measures

Almerian PP and Citizens politicians agree budget measures

Joe Gerrard Jan 19, 2018 Costa de Almería

PARTIDO POPULAR (PP) and Ciudadanos party politicians agreed to move forward with budget measures for Almeria city in a meeting on Thursday. The agreement was drawn up by the PP mayor Maria Vazquez and the Ciudadanos economy councillor Rafael Burgos after four months of negotiations to avert the “paralysation” of the...

Rafael Nadal surges through to Australian Open last 16

Rafael Nadal surges through to Australian Open last 16

Benjamin Park Jan 19, 2018 Sport

RAFAEL NADAL made light work of his Australian Open third round tie against Damir Dzumhur as he stormed to a 6-1 6-3 6-1 victory. The Bosnian struggled all morning against the 31-year-old top seed and found himself 5-0 down quickly into the first set. Dzumhur managed to retain one of his service...

Man arrested for robbing  pharmacy armed with knife

Man arrested for robbing pharmacy armed with knife

Karl Smallman Jan 19, 2018 Costa del Sol

POLICE have arrested a 35-year-old man for an alleged robbery at a Costa del Sol pharmacy. It is claimed the Italian man allegedly entered the pharmacy in Estepona with a hood over his head, brandishing a large knife and demanded cash from the till from the staff. He made off on foot...

Motorcyclist dies after hitting metal fence

Motorcyclist dies after hitting metal fence

Karl Smallman Jan 19, 2018 Spain

A 37-year-old motorcyclist lost his life this morning (Friday), when he lost control of his moped collided with a metal fence that protects the pavement. The man suffered a severe head injury and went into cardiac arrest. Ambulance crews worked for 40 minutes to try and resuscitate him but without success. The accident...

Satellite system centre to move from UK to Spain

Satellite system centre to move from UK to Spain

Joe Gerrard Jan 19, 2018 Spain

A EUROPEAN Satellite system will have some of its infrastructure moved from Britain to Spain, the European Commission has said. The Galileo satellite system, an advanced GPS system, is due to move some of its operations following Britain’s exit from the EU. A back-up security monitoring centre was originally set up in...

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