Wednesday, 28 January, 2015


CONTROVERSIAL ‘Frankenfood’ crops are expected to be given the green light today by the European Parliament. MEPs will vote on whether or not to clear...

Over the last 12 months, tourist boards and green groups have declared themselves ready for a long drawn-out fight against Spain’s new fossil fuel fixation


In total, 18,000 hectares of Malaga are in danger of being exploited for mining interests, including a huge chunk of the Sierra de Mijas


Organised by The Platform for Hepatitis C Sufferers, protesters marched on Spain’s Health Ministry to have their voices heard

According to the Anti-AIDS Association in Malaga, 509 new cases of HIV have been recorded in Andalucia in the past two years


The blend includes the famed acebuchina, which has been cultivated in the region since Moorish times, together with other premier Andalucian varieties

Spain's bias towards meat could be a thing of the past, as the country sees a dramatic rise in vegetarian and vegan eateries.


A new report describes the destruction caused by three European corporations, including Repsol, Swiss-based Glencore Xstrata and Italian Enel-Endesa

The 16 activists and a photojournalist working for Agence France-Press, Pedro Armestre, face up to three years in jail for their part in a nuclear plant protest