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The AECC gala red carpet

Cancer charity celebrates special relationship with Marbella

Marbella showed its charitable side again as it hosted the 37th Gala Dinner of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC) at Finca La Concepción. The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, highlighted the tremendous work of the AECC and underlined the “close collaboration” with the Marbella Town Hall, including new offices and the

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BREAKING NEWS: Spain not on ‘Green List’ for England holidays

Hopes for quarantine free travel to Spain were dashed this afternoon as Transport Secretary Grant Shapps unveiled the ‘Green List’ of countries and territories people in England can travel to without having to quarantine upon return. While Portugal and Gibraltar are on the list, Spain, including the Canary Islands as

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Benalus development

Benalús begins construction on the Golden Mile

Basque property developers Grupo Gailur officially presented Benalús, the company’s first project in Andalucía, to the Press this morning. Located on the Golden Mile, Benalús comprises of 28 homes, priced from €940,000 – €3 million, making a total investment of €50 million. Construction has already started on the site, located

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One of the suspects is arrested in Marbella

More arrests made after killing of DJ at Marbella party

Spanish police made eight more arrests in connection with the fatal killing of a DJ at an illegal house party last month The main suspect, a 30-year-old German, was arrested on March 30 in Malaga, as he was preparing to flee the country. The latest arrests took place on Wednesday.

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Celebrating Earth Day with Mi Moana

Earth Day this is this Thursday, April 22, and environmental association Mi Moana founders Natasha and Nikky Wegloop are asking people to grab a bag, put on some gloves and do a street or beach clean-up with their family, friends, neighbours and colleagues. “Earth Day is a great opportunity to

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Class photo 1984

Sunday Morning Mutterings – Keeping it Old School

Believe it or not, I haven’t lived in Marbella all my life. Although some might say that I flopped onto a Marbella beach on some pre-human dawn and then evolved. I moved to Marbella from Stoke on Trent in the mid-80s – which as big a culture shock as you

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Will easing of travel restrictions mark surge in second homes?

The UK government announced the resumption of international travel, with details of its traffic light system, last week. Although many in the travel industry were less than enthusiastic about the new guidelines, leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey España points out that the Spanish second homes market will be one

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Walkies! Virtual dog walk to be held for charity

Dog lovers on the Costa del Sol are being encouraged to grab their leads and put on their walking boots to join hundreds of other people in a virtual walk for charity. To celebrate International Guide Dog Day (April 28) and raise funds for the ONCE Foundation for Guide Dogs

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