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Bowled Over By Ebola? Or An Urban-myth-style Scare Story?

In a humorous - but all too painfully true dispatch - Spanish-based UK journalist Jo Chipchase on the rise and fall of Ebola, and where we go from here

Spanish People With HIV And Hepatitis C Are ‘More Difficult’ To Treat

The research was carried out over six months in a specialist clinic in Madrid, with 161 participants undergoing analysis, of which just 30% were fully cured

Plans to regulate 25,000 properties put on fast-track by Junta de Andalucia

However, it is feared the amendments will not help the many British expats whose homes in the Axarquia, Almeria and Chiclana are already under threat of demolition orders

Quince: The Bittersweet Fruit

Romans used to offer them to newlyweds as a wish of fertility while in Greece it was Aphrodite’s (the love goddess) sacred fruit

Spain’s High Speed Trains Stay On Track

Reaching speeds up to 300kph, the AVE is now the second largest high-speed rail system in the world, beaten only by China’s enormous 11,000km network

EBOLA UPDATE: USA Requests Use Of Spanish Military Bases In Fight Against Outbreak

The Pentagon and Spanish military health officials are negotiating ‘strict protocols’ that would govern use of the Rota (Cadiz) and Moron de la Frontera (Sevilla) military bases

Hundreds Of Palm Trees Destroyed In Almunecar Due To Killer Weevils

Town Hall has launched an ambitious project to clean and treat almost 8,000 palm trees in a bid to stave off pests