Monday, 23 October, 2017

Rob Horgan

Rob Horgan
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The brewery has since apologised

Researcher Dr Simon Day has predicted waves of up to 25 metres if there is a landslide in the Canary Islands

In total, some 400 people made it across the border

Portuguese forward Ronaldo has been subjected to several instances of homophobia

The minister forecasted a 3.2% economic growth for Spain this year

‘Scandal’ after expats fail to get compensation for illegal homes not built

The number of technology companies in Spain is up 150%

EXCLUSIVE: The man used abandoned dogs to pose as a homeless man outside of supermarkets

Attempting to reach his flat via a neighbour's balcony, the man lost his footing and fell to his death

She was diagnosed with electromagnetic sensitivity four years ago

Clean up operation gets underway after millions of flood damage leaves Costa del Sol battered

The mass clean up begins for thousands of home and business owners along the coast

EXCLUSIVE: Dan Dawson was pulled from the lift with water levels around his neck

The 1966 World Cup final hat-trick hero is among thousands of British citizens hoping to recoup money lost during the property crash

103 litres of rain fell on the area in just two hours

Located in the town of Bolvir in the Catalan Pyrenees, the luxury home has set the couple back a cool €3 million

Town Hall spokesman urges people to stay in doors

Officials in Barcelona are testing a contraceptive pill to prevent the 85,000-strong population of city pigeons from expanding

He is being held at Almeria’s El Acebuche prison

She has been left with stomach and voice box injuries

Disappointed punters were forced out onto the streets

World’s best house named in Spain

Dropping the ‘de Mallorca’ the Balearic island’s capital is now to be known as Palma

The sale was delayed for around six months amid fears that the weapons would be used in Yemen

Irish politician Mick Barry has now urged to Department of Foreign Affairs to prompt Spanish authorities to reopen the case

The men are believed to be Algerian and Moroccan nationals with links to ISIS

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