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Spain Roared

By Martin Myall

Yes, Spain roared; it roared that it wasn't going to follow many countries in Europe and succumb to extreme right-wing parties. »

The Husky Hustle

By Martin Myall

Buying things on the Internet, especially from private sales, can be dodgy, as was the case of a Siberian-Husky-puppy sale. »

Speed Limit Changes

By Hugh MacArthur

Beware because as of Monday (28th) the new speed limits on national (N-340 for example) roads came into effect meaning that the top speed is 90 KPH. »

Spy in The Sky

By Martin Myall

The Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT) has incorporated eleven drones into their equipment for catching out drivers who break the law. »

18 Immigrants Rescued off Salobreña

By David Darby

The 18 occupants were all males with one minor amongst them. They were intercepted less than 100 metres from the beach in Salobreña and arrived in Motril at 12:30h. »

A Patient’s Right to Decide

By Vivienne Hughes

The Spanish Lower House of Parliament approved on the 20th of December the country's first nationwide law guaranteeing a dignified death. »

Change to Divorce Laws

By Vivienne Hughes

There's been a huge change to Spanish divorce laws which will cause an earthquake where the family home is concerned. »

Butane Goes Up Today

By Vivienne Hughes

The price of butane bottles went up today by nearly five percent to 15.33 euros; that's the third consecutive price rise. »

Ryanair Cabin-Luggage Move

By Hugh MacArthur

You will probably have heard by now that Ryanair will be charging for most hand luggage taken into the cabin; a controversial move. »

Pines Under Attack

By Vivienne Hughes

A micro-organism, native of North America and Japan is wiping out the pine forests across the country. From the moment of being attacked by this tiny invader, the tree doesn't even last a month. »

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