Tuesday, 23 May, 2017

National News

CAR sales in Spain are moving back into high gear with 7.9% more motors sold in the first quarter of this year than the...

'My death would have been the worst', says relieved diver

Almost 5,500 racially or religiously motivated offences were reported to police in the month after the Brexit vote

The US Drug Enforcement Agency and Britain's National Crime Agency also took part in the joint operation

No one has been arrested for his murder

The virus threatens to delete files if no money is paid

Officials warned that an official drought decree is likely to be called in the Axarquia area

Between 50 and 100 new cases of HIV are diagnosed in the province each year

The alleged killer has known links to Mallorca and the Canary Islands

He added that Britain decided to leave the bloc despite historic successes and a recent uptick in economic growth

The PM made a string of allegations towards the press and European Commission

Brit holiday favourite Mallorca has seven such clubs

Hotels in Spain have been hit with a huge €4.9 million compensation bill after Brits have filed false food poisoning claims

'There are no excuses' was the slogan of this year's Malaga march

Spain's economy is growing slowly after the 2008 financial crisis

Spanish police have broken up a major child porn ring, retrieving files containing sick abuse of children up to eight years old.

The Tory leader also took the opportunity to take a dig at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

A total of 39 migrants are said to have been rescued after a dinghy collapsed between Spain and Melilla. Sadly, three including a young girl, have died.

A Spanish policewoman is filing for harassment after being reprimanded for taking a toilet break while on her period.

Terrorist group Eta is responsible for 800 deaths over four decades, and the disarmament could potentially end the violence

Many in the 10,000-strong crowd can be heard screaming

The Sun has urged its readers to 'make the strength of feeling known on keeping Gibraltar British

It comes after Lord Michael Howard said the UK prime minister would be prepared to show the 'same resolve' as Margaret Thatcher did over the Falklands

Lord Michael Howard implied Theresa May would be willing to go to war over the Rock

The Olive Press spoke to Spaniards living in the UK and to Brits living in Spain


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