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Cash in the Boot

By Martin Myall

The Guardia Civil came across a driver with 600,000 euros in the boot of his car without any indication as to where it had come from. »

A Sea Rescue Easter

By Vivienne Hughes

Salvamento Marítimo rescued 52 people, 11 of whom were women, all cramped into a zodiac-type dingy 36 miles of the coast of Granada on Good Friday. It was to be a busy Easter weekend. »

Three Die in Cave Fire

By Martin Myall

As a result of things getting out of hand, three youngsters died in a cave fire in Molineta, Almeria at the beginning of April. »

Badlands Walk

By Hugh MacArthur

The landscape could be right out of a Western but in reality the Almuñécar hikers were stomping around the Almería Alpujarra one Sunday »

In Detriment of Motril Port

By Martin Myall

The Junta has called on the Central Government not “to restrict” the development of Motril Port and to guarantee equal conditions with the Almeria and Málaga ports. »

Mother Prostitutes Daughter

By Vivienne Hughes

A Russian mother, who allegedly prostituted her 13-year-old daughter in exchange for 15 euros, alcohol or cigarettes, has been arrested. »

Nativity Donkey Attack

By Vivienne Hughes

The Spanish love doing Living Nativity Scenes; i.e., they use real people and animals, and there has never been a problem, till now... »

Policeman Bites Off Man’s Ear

By Hugh MacArthur

The Guardia Civil arrested one of their own after he allegedly bit off a part of a man's ear during a street brawl, resulting from a parking incident. »

Lost Brit’s Body Found

By Vivienne Hughes

Four months after having disappeared, the body of 66-year-old David J. Olman was discovered by a group of hunters in the municipality of Huércal-Overa. »

Not Again!

By Hugh MacArthur

The Guardia Civil in Roquetas de Mar rescued a 3-month-old baby from a parked car, where it had been left whilst the parents went shopping. »