Tag Archive

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. »

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. »

Blasphemy in the 21st Century

By Hugh MacArthur

Spanish actor, Willy Toledo, who has been taken to court for insulting God and the Virgin has come out in support of a Spanish comedian, Carlos Santiago. »

The Supreme Flip Flops

By Martin Myall

No, it's not about footwear but about the behaviour of the Supreme Court of the land's behaviour over mortgage Stamp Duties. »

Good News on Mortgages

By Martin Myall

The Spanish Supreme Court has just reversed its own findings and sentenced that the banks should have paid the costs in a mortgage transaction. »

The Other Bubble Trouble

By Martin Myall

The housing-market bubble taught us that bricks are not always the safest investment, despite what our parents had drummed into us, but it's not over. »

EU on Spanish Plastic Waste

By Hugh MacArthur

Plastic recycling is definitely not going according to plan in Spain, as far as Europe is concerned. »

Lung Cancer Breakthrough

By Vivienne Hughes

Spanish medical researchers have come up trumps thanks to a pioneering treatment for treating cancer of the lung. »

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