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THERE is little doubt that when a British football club visits Marbella that one place they are bound to visit is La Sala in Puerto Banus. Having beaten Porto 5-0 on Wednesday and with no match due to be played this weekend because of the FA Cup, the team flew straight...

Spain to combat illegal animal trafficking

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Joe Gerrard Feb 16, 2018 Spain

THE Council of Ministers in Madrid has approved a 16-part action plan to help combat the illegal plant and animal shipping trade. Spain’s first plan against illegal trafficking and the international poaching of animal and plant species is set to be enacted over the next two years until 2020. It commits the...

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Karl Smallman Feb 16, 2018 Costa del Sol

EMERGENCY services have confirmed that an 80-year-old man has died after a tractor overturned in Malaga. The 112 Andalucia control centre said the fatal accident happened in a field alongside the A-7000 road in the city.

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Karl Smallman Feb 16, 2018 Spain

A BARMAN who was treated at hospital for a knife wound to the stomach after claiming to have been robbed by thieves found his luck had run out in more ways than one. He originally claimed the wound was inflicted when robbers stole money from the till by robbers at the...

BAGGIES PACKED: Four West Brom players reportedly quizzed by Spanish police after ‘stealing taxi’

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Matt Ford Feb 16, 2018 Spain

WEST BROMWICH ALBION football club has confirmed that four players are being probed over an alleged incident in Barcelona. The unnamed quartet, who were in Spain for warm weather training with the rest of the club’s relegation-threatened squad, allegedly stole a taxi from a McDonald’s drive-through before dumping it outside their...

Hit Spanish TV comedy show casting on Costa del Sol for ‘guiris’

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Karl Smallman Feb 16, 2018 Spain

A CASTING company for the hit Spanish TV comedy series, 'Alli Abajo', is looking for people with the ‘look of foreigners’ or, as one Malaga newspaper has put it, ‘guiris’. The term usually refers to a fair-skinned foreigner, usually a tourist, who stands out as ‘pretty obviously not local’ - although...

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Police warn of EXACT speeds that will trigger roadside radar cameras in Spain

Karl Smallman Feb 16, 2018 Spain

POLICE in Spain have revealed the exact speeds that will activate roadside radar cameras that will snap you if you’re a Speedy Gonzales It’s a question that has perplexed drivers for a long time but now the traffic police have posted the information on Twitter to clear up any misunderstanding. The Guardia...

Deputy for Almeria criticises government on Palomares nuclear cleanup

Deputy for Almeria criticises government on Palomares nuclear cleanup

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ALMERIA’S representative in the Congress of Deputies has accused the Spanish government of throwing itself into the arms of the United States and Donald Trump over radioactive waste at Palomares. Diego Clemente, from the Ciudadanos party, made the claim during a session of the parliamentary committee on the cleanup of the...

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