Andalusia

Regional news from Andalucia

Boy Left in Car While Dad Parties

Friday, November 24, 2017
By Vivienne Hughes
Boy Left in Car While Dad Parties

Around mid-November a 40-year-old father was arrested for leaving his 4-year-old son in a car for hours whilst he was in a swingers bar, allegedly drunk. »

Imprisonment for Animal Cruelty

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
By Vivienne Hughes
Imprisonment for Animal Cruelty

(TVI02) The owner of a bogus animal-protection association in Torremolinos was in court after allegedly killing hundreds of animals. »

2017 Worse Forest-Fire Year

Monday, November 6, 2017
By Hugh MacArthur
2017 Worse Forest-Fire Year

Andalucia has seen 15,254 hectares of forestland and mountain shrub destroyed by fire so far this year, which is three times higher than last year. »

It’s Bumpy Out There

Friday, November 3, 2017
By Martin Myall
It’s Bumpy Out There

It might have been relatively quiet this evening where you are, but just out to sea we had six earth tremors in the space of 23 minutes. »

Alone at Home with Dead Parents

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
By Martin Myall
Alone at Home with Dead Parents

Four children, all minors, spent five days, alone at home with the bodies of their parents - the bodies were discovered on Saturday the 23rd. »

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. »