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Extreme angling danger warning

EMERGENCY services are urging visitors and residents to stop clambering down Jávea's cliffs via the old fishermen's rope ladders - practically every week, fire...

Charlotte’s got a heart of gold – and hair to match

Jávea 10 year old Charlotte Tennant proved to be a real golden girl on Friday when she cut her precious locks to be sent...

Costa cries for Brussels

Costa councils and other official organisations have called a minutes silence at noon today to show their condolences to the victims of yesterday's (Tuesday)...

Air passengers hit by another strike

SO far 30 flights to Alicante-Elche airport have been cancelled due to the air traffic controller strike in France and other passengers have been...

Watching from the sky

THE PEGASUS helicopters will once again form an integral part of the DGT national traffic department’s road safety campaign this Easter. Full story in Costa...

13 students die in bus accident

Thirteen Erasmus university students of six different nationalities died in a bus accident in Freginols (Tarragona) yesterday (Sunday). The bus was returning to Barcelona from...

Last chance for housing estate builders

DEVELOPERS who want to build 7,000 homes on the last remaining wide open space for construction in Torrevieja are to be given an ultimatum...

Local couple lose all in Fuengirola fire

By James Langton BRISTOL-born expat Alexandria Llorente and her Argentinean husband, Juan Pablo, saw their business, Fuengirola's popular live music bar Pogs, destroyed last week...

New hope for expat voters

FORMAL legal proceedings were launched in the High Court in London on Wednesday against the UK Government over its decision to exclude up to...

No room at the inn

WITH the arrival of thousands of visitors to Benidorm for the Easter period, getting under way today (Friday, March 18), hotel spaces will be...

British fabulous four for Morocco challenge

BRITISH ladies hungry for adventure will hit the raw, red mountains of northern Africa in a giant rust-bucket, battling the elements to help remote...

Nowhere to run

By Dave Jones SPAIN'S Mediterranean coast is no longer a safe haven for British criminals. Once dubbed the Costa del Crime by the UK tabloids due...

‘Coffin man’ backs down over CCTV fine

A DISGRUNTLED resident who tried to put customers off going to a neighbouring restaurant by hanging coffins and tombstones from his house has had...

‘Falleras’ call for bullfight ban

ACTIVISTS with traditional 'Fallera' hair styles (including the fiesta 'peineta') protested against bullfighting in front of Valencia city hall on Sunday. The protest took place...

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Animal shelter raided by police

By David Jackson Environmental police unit Seprona together with government vets raided an animal shelter known as Kim's Animal Shelter in Gádor last week after...

‘Cuddle thieves’ caught

GUARDIA Civil have arrested two Romanian women (age 28 and 38) as they were about to 'cuddle'-rob an elderly expat couple in La Senieta...

Top UK musician drowns in Níjar

By Richard Torné A top British rock musician has drowned while on holiday in Níjar. Session guitarist Michael Casswell, 53, who played in the West End...