Andalusia

Regional news from Andalucia

Grieving Parents Walk out

Thursday, September 21, 2017
By Martin Myall
Grieving Parents Walk out

(AXL) The death of a young mother in a hospital lift in Sevilla is now being debated in the Regional Government; how it happened and why it happened, which is not the same, of course. »

Andalusia Near Bottom of Healthcare League

Wednesday, September 6, 2017
By Vivienne Hughes
Andalusia Near Bottom of Healthcare League

(VEL) Navarra and Basque Country continue to top the tables in Spain with the best Health Service performance, with the Canary Islands and Valencia Province at the bottom of the table. »

Animal Cruelty in Malaga

Sunday, August 27, 2017
By Vivienne Hughes
Animal Cruelty in Malaga

Seprona, which is a department of the Guardia Civil charged with crimes against the environment and animals in particular, has been busy in the province of Malaga. »

Brits Dazzle Pilots with Laser

Saturday, August 12, 2017
By Hugh MacArthur
Brits Dazzle Pilots with Laser

A British man and his son have been identified as the alleged culprits for dazzling pilots with laser pens carrying out approach procedure for Málaga Airport. »

Unlucky Seating

Tuesday, August 8, 2017
By Vivienne Hughes
Unlucky Seating

María de la Luz Morillo was severly injured when a hotel electricity transformer exploded, shooting out a jet of flame through a vent that torched the table where she and others were sitting. »

Olive Trees in Danger

Sunday, July 30, 2017
By Martin Myall
Olive Trees in Danger

Do you have olive trees? Well, this will interest you: the arrival of Xylella fastidiosa in Andalucia, bringing with it its devestating affects »

Andalusian Death Duties

Sunday, July 30, 2017
By Hugh MacArthur
Andalusian Death Duties

Death duties in Andalucia are scandalous and unjustifiable; that’s not an editorial comment but rather a widely held belief amongst most people here. »

Eternal Car Repairs

Saturday, July 22, 2017
By Martin Myall
Eternal Car Repairs

So you reckon that your car mechanic takes his time - two weeks without the car, waiting for a spare part; it's hell, but spare a thought for José Cortés. »

Too Hot for Tarmacking

Friday, July 14, 2017
By Hugh MacArthur
Too Hot for Tarmacking

Over in Sevilla a roadworker dropped dead from severe heatstroke whilst he was laying tarmac on the A-406. »

Dutch Drugs Ring

Monday, July 3, 2017
By Hugh MacArthur
Dutch Drugs Ring

Police swooped and arrested a gang of drugs smugglers - amongst them a Dutchmen - who operated smuggling large shipments of Marihuana from Granada to the Netherlands. »