Rennie and Jan are an example of a couple who have changed everything – geographically and professionally, and landed on their feet.
From the 19th of January, the Casa de la Cultura in Almuñécar will be screening German-language films with Spanish subtitles.
Dave Darbs brings a collection of news articles from around Spain, as published in the January edition of the Seaside Gazette.
A collection of whacky happenings around the world, as reported in the January edition of the Seaside Gazette hardcopy…
Useful phone numbers in the Poniente area of Granada
An old refrain has it that the cops have the best dope, which the following news only serves to confirm: the chief anti-drug officer for the Guardia Civil in Málaga has been arrested for alleged drug trafficking.
A ‘chiringuito’ is a bar/restaurant on the actual beach and these establishments have been in the eye of the hurricane for some time now as Spain has fought with policy on how to control them.
An unemployed man from Huelva has offered to sell his kidney in exchange for work…
A man who ran over three Guardia Civil agents near La Rábita is facing over ten years in prison and being sectioned (interned in a psychiatric ward).
Intense flooding in the province of Sevilla in the town of Ecija, when the River Genil burst its banks
An organization calling itself The Independent Union of Workers of Cádiz has allegedly offered tens of thousands of diplomas in exchange for money, without the need of studying, for several years.
Two youngsters in Granada have been accused of an attack against moral integrity after they secretly filmed one of their classes and then posted the video on YouTube, accompanied by all sorts of rude and perjorative comments concerning their teacher.
The husband and father had had enough, which is when he finally went to the Guardia Civil to report his wife who, an alcoholic, had one too many times threatened not only him but their two children, aged 11 and 14.
Granada police investigate every year around 30 suspected marriages of convenience. This figure is down from two years ago when it shot up, in spite of the crisis.
A man seeking wild mushrooms up the mountains along the Old Road to Granada was unpleasantly surprised when a wild boar came darting out of the bush to plunge his tusks into this calf.