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Family of dead expat seek UK compensation

By David Jackson The family of a British man who was struck and killed by a car outside Los Gallardos two years ago have hired...

Alleged killer assaults cops in court

By Richard Torné A man on trial for the brutal murder of his wife in Almería assaulted three policemen while attempting to escape from a...

Client power

By Richard Torné Mortgage holders who were hit with a 'floor clause' by their banks should demand a full refund in addition to the valuation and...

Palomares clean-up deal in doubt

By Richard Torné The Government has come under fire after admitting “it is unsure” whether the new US administration will honour its commitment to remove...

Half of buildings at danger from earthquakes

By David Jackson More than half of all buildings along the Mediterranean coast could collapse in a strong earthquake. The warning comes from experts from...

Expat under siege from Baza attack hunters

By Emma Randle An expat animal rescuer whose dogs were killed in a brutal attack on her property in the Baza mountains last month has...

Price gouging fears as Europe rations vegetables

By David Jackson The national government has said it will investigate allegations of price gouging in the fruit and vegetable wholesale business following complaints from...

Woman claims black panther sighting

By Richard Torné A Dutch woman on holiday in Almería got more than she bargained for last week after claiming she saw a black panther...

Albox lawyer in conflict of interest row

By Emma Randle The Socialist PSOE party in Albox has called for the “immediate resignation” of a provincial council legal consultant for allegedly working in...

13-year-old girl forced into prostitution

By Richard Torné Police in Almería city have rescued a 13-year-old girl who was allegedly forced into prostitution by her mother. Police said the girl had...

Junta crackdown on Chinese shops

By Emma Randle Nearly 50 bazaar stores in the province were fined for not complying with opening hours regulations in 2016, according to the regional...

Local man cleans up

By David Jackson A Turre resident has been quietly cleaning up after fly tippers who have been dumping household refuse next to mountain roads. Well known...

Prosecutor to probe Cortijo Cabrera permits

By Richard Torné The public prosecutor has requested information regarding the granting of building permits in Cortijo Cabrera by Turre council, CA News can reveal. The...

Vera firm warehouse damaged by blaze

By Richard Torné One person was treated for smoke inhalation after a blaze tore through a warehouse at a fish wholesalers in Vera last week. The...

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Protests grow against Mojacar garage tax

By David Jackson Protests are mounting from Mojacar residents who must now pay an annual tax to use their garages if access is over a...

Child molester jailed