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Public toilet on Fuengirola market

Finally you don’t need to go to the cafeterias at the Fuengirola fair ground if you need to use the bathroom. Being one of the most popular markets on the…

Thunderstorms and heavy rain

A cut-off Low at high altitudes which is coming in from the Atlantic will cause a significant change to the weather in most areas of Spain. It is expected that…

Securing the pedestrians

In the wake of the terrorist attack in Barcelona on 17. August, several cities have begun to set up physical barriers to protect residents and tourists from similar attacks. In…

airport alicante el altet

This is the spanish airport strike

Update: Closer to an agreement at the last meeting on 15. September. No strikes in September. Updated 17. September: At the meeting on Friday 15. September between the Unions, AENA and…

Terrorist killed in Catalonia

At 4.10 p.m. Catalan police tweeted that there was an incident in Subirats northwest of Barcelona. At 5.05 p.m. they tweeted that they had shot and killed a person wearing…

Fire in El Higueron

30 firefighters are trying to extinguish a fire near Higueron. Apparently a car has caught fire and the fire has spread to the forest next to the road. The fire…

Three wanted terrorists killed

Update: Three of the four wanted terrorists have been killed by Catalan police. The four men were all suspected for being behind the terrorist attack in La Rambla in Barcelona…

13 killed in terrorist attack

Thursday afternoon a white van drove into the popular pedestrian street La Rambla in the center of Barcelona. The van drove 600 meters in zigzag through La Rambla in irder…

Fines for swimming while red flag

The Mayor of Torrevieja has asked the police to fine bathers who do not respect the flags on the beaches. Every year there are several incidents where swimmers put themself in…

Málaga taxi strike ended

Taxi union decided to end the strike after poll. The taxi union has been in a meeting since wednesday evening, discussing whether the promises from the Junta to start monitoring Cabify…