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Two British hikers rescued from Costa del Sol mountain

Two British hikers rescued from Costa del Sol mountain

Karl Smallman Nov 23, 2017 Costa del Sol

FIREMEN  from Marbella and Civil Protection volunteers from Istán have rescued two British hikers after they became disorientated on the La Concha mountain. The pair, residents of Fuengirola, became trapped in...

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Costa Blanca man jailed after dogs eat drugs

Costa Blanca man jailed after dogs eat drugs

Matt Ford Nov 23, 2017 Costa Blanca South

A drug-dealer has been handed a three-year jail sentence for poisoning dogs with hashish. The sentence comes after a police probe revealed that the accused had threatened a woman with a...

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BREAKING: Brit held for alleged sexual abuse of schoolgirls on Costa del Sol

BREAKING: Brit held for alleged sexual abuse of schoolgirls on Costa del Sol

Matt Ford Nov 23, 2017 Costa del Sol

INVESTIGATORS have held a 64-year-old British schoolteacher on suspicion of sexually abusing young students. The arrest comes after police launched a probe in the wake of complaints received from the mothers of two seven-year-old girls who claim their daughters were touched inappropriately. Both are enrolled at an Estepona school where the accused...

NEW HOPE: Police reopen Costa del Sol toddler death case

NEW HOPE: Police reopen Costa del Sol toddler death case

Kat Ashton Nov 23, 2017 Costa del Sol

POLICE have begun a virtual reconstruction of the events surrounding the death of tragic toddler Lucia Vivar. It comes after her furious parents Antonio and Almudena demanded a series of 20 points from the official Guardia Civil report be clarified in the wake of detectives closing the case And the investigating...

Costa Blanca man jailed after dogs eat drugs

Costa Blanca man jailed after dogs eat drugs

Matt Ford Nov 23, 2017 Costa Blanca South

A drug-dealer has been handed a three-year jail sentence for poisoning dogs with hashish. The sentence comes after a police probe revealed that the accused had threatened a woman with a knife on the same day that the incident took place in Torrevieja. A court in Elche heard that after the man...

EXCLUSIVE: Axarquia expat's home woe goes on as bank threatens to sell

EXCLUSIVE: Axarquia expat's home woe goes on as bank threatens to sell

Sally Underwood Nov 23, 2017 Axarquía - Costa Tropical

A BRITISH pensioner has been told she has six months before she must leave her home. Janet Hayden, 70, has been advised that her bank is seeking offers on her home even though she claims a friend is willing to stump up the cash. The expatriate bought a plot of land in...

COUNTDOWN: Malaga's €500,000 Christmas lights switch on

COUNTDOWN: Malaga's €500,000 Christmas lights switch on

Euro Weekly News Nov 23, 2017 Costa del Sol

MALAGA City’s Christmas lights are set to kick off the festive season with a bang. The display is known to be among the best in Spain and change almost every year. And it has been revealed that this year’s extravaganza will be inspired by the city’s breathtaking cathedral, so expect plenty...

PURR-FECT: Cat Cave gets new €200,000 bridge

PURR-FECT: Cat Cave gets new €200,000 bridge

Karl Smallman Nov 23, 2017 Costa del Sol

ACCESS to one of southern Andalucia’s secret gems – the crystal-clear swimming lagoon at the Cueva del Gato – has been improved with a brand new access bridge. The provincial government in Malaga has invested more than €200,000 on improvement works that lead to the entrance of the unique cave system...

Flights back to normal after major power failure at Liverpool Airport

Flights back to normal after major power failure at Liverpool Airport

Karl Smallman Nov 23, 2017 UK

PASSENGERS were warned of disruption and delays at Liverpool John Lennon Airport after a power failure early this morning. In a Tweet at 4.18am this morning the airport said, “A major power failure in the airport terminal is likely to cause long delays for passengers departing this morning. We are working...

WATCH: Autumn wildfires break out in northern Spain

WATCH: Autumn wildfires break out in northern Spain

Matt Ford Nov 23, 2017 Spain

UNSEASONAL wildfires are raging in three northern Spanish regions. Fire fighters are reportedly battling a dozen blazes in Asturias, three in Cantabria and another in Galicia. High daytime temperatures of up to 26°C , gusts of warm wind exceeding 100 km/h, and the ongoing dry conditions are to blame, the fire brigade...

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