Wednesday, 23 August, 2017

Joe Duggan (Reporter)

Lorry driver is arrested after fatal crash between Sa Pobla and Alcudia

Police believe fugituve Abouyaaqoub may have killed man and stolen his car to flee

Driving off tourism causes problems, but so does huge influx of visitors to the island

Younes Abouyaaqoub may have fled Catalunya, police reveal

Performances take place at Pollenca’s Convent de Sant Domingo.

'Gift' was from water company who charge highest rates in Spain, say PP

Left-wing protest movement that targetted Palma restaurant says fines won't stop them

FESTIVAL promoters are demanding bigger fines for safety breaches after high-profile incidents in Spain this summer. The death of an acrobat at Madrid’s Mad Cool and a fire that sent 20,000 revellers fleeing from Barcelona’s...

Three-times champion will battle with Tour de France winner Chris Froome for Spanish glory

Police believe terror suspect bebind Las Ramblas van attack was shot dead with four others

Theresa May confirms British 'caught up' in Las Ramblas massace
Calalunya celebrates regional election victory for separatist parties

CATALAN politicians have failed to pass a law paving the way for an independence referendum. But pro-independence parties hope to have passed the bill by next week. The law could also be voted on during the...

King Felipe and Mariano Rajoy attend minute;'s silence as crowd chant 'I am not afraid'

Olive Press competition winner Kelly hails 'brilliant' concert

Police confirm no further suspects are holed up in nearby restaurant

Police confirm that no hostage situation is underway and that one man arrested

Burglar given one-year suspended term after breaking into finca near Andratx

Series of 25 all-day strikes to paralyse Spanish airports over holiday periods

Agent tells Olive Press she lost up to 40% of rental properties in five days

Around 2,350 women work in sex industry worth €50 million a year

Irishman, 34, wanted in connection with 2010 gangland slaying

Migration experts warn post-Brexit deal may make it harder for retirees to make EU move

'As reality bites the public is entitled to change its mind', says campaigner

More than half reported cases of Xylella in Mallorca

Number of tourists visiting Mallorca soars in 2017

Calvia council hits three unlicensed cabbies with €18,000 fine


IRISH Prime Minister Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has blasted the UK's approach to Brexit negotiations for being 'unrealistic'. Speaking to Bloomberg, the newly elected PM said...


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