Saturday, January 19, 2019

International Women’s Day: Women’s rights in Spain

Up to 40 million women are expected to protest around the world and in Spain

Spanish phone providers to up European roaming charges

The lower rates will not last forever

What you need to know about changes to Spain’s MOT tests

SPAIN'S MOT tests - or ITV - are changing next year. From May 20, ITV inspectors will have to hold a 'Superior Automotive Technician' qualification...

Torremolinos Gay Pride smashes all records with more than 40,000 visitors

The Pride March this year beat records both in terms of floats and people

Netflix releases first Spanish-language show

In anticipation of Spain launch, Netflix has produced a show about a football club

Fibre-optic broadband on its way to Manilva

Mayor Diego Urieta has announced a deal with Telefonica to bring faster internet speeds to Manilva

Huge jump in Spanish car sales in January

The automobile industry got off to a flying start

Multi-million euro Campo de Gibraltar tram line to connect La Linea and Algeciras

Planned service to also link San Roque and Los Barrios

International designer Philippe Starck to invest €15 million in Ronda olive oil project

Philippe Starck is set to invest €15 million in a tourism project related to organic farming and olive oil

Gibraltar and La Linea officials meet to strengthen business relations

Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce met with Town Hall’s commercial officials

Best business boom for Malaga since 2008

The number of businesses in Malaga reaches the first high since economic crisis

Cursach bows to public pressure and vows to re-open Megasport gym

EMBATTLED business mogul Tolo Cursach has confirmed that he will reopen his Megasport gym after former employees and members protested. More than 500 people took...

Meet Padre Peter: No ordinary priest and famous for his weddings across Spain

The charismatic 72-year-old cleric originally from London officiates over weddings for people of all faiths, or none, across Spain

Employment in Spain on the up in first quarter of 2015

Employment in Spain rose by 3% in the first quarter of this year

Two centuries of care at Benalmadena’s Francisco Camero undertakers

Undertaker Francisco Camero covers the entire Costa del Sol with care and dignity in difficult times

Leading Costa del Sol interior design company Estuco Interiors opens dedicated paint shop

Estuco Interiors are offering up the best paints and wallpapers on the market

Gibraltar cleared of tax and money laundering matters

EC verdict bad news for Spain

Brits selling Malaga homes in record numbers since Brexit

Malaga province has seen a 16.5% increase is Brits selling up

Spain’s stock exchange suffers worst month in three years

The Ibex 35, based in Madrid, closed August with a drop of 8.24% on July

Galileo satellite system installation moving from UK to Spain thanks to Brexit, EU announces

PART of the Galileo satellite system installation is to be relocated from the UK to Spain thanks to Brexit, the European Commission has announced. The...

Spain’s job listings omit key information

Almost 75% of Spain’s job listings do not mention wage or salary

Economy minister claims Brexit and Trump votes are good news for Spain

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

Spain tops the polls for retired Brits relocating overseas

A sun-soaked retirement in Spain? Yes please!

Average UK wage has increased by £1,800 because of EU status, economists claim

With the EU referendum on Brexit just six weeks away, financial advisors have warned of an ‘economic collapse’

EXCLUSIVE: UK pensioner hounded by Spanish debt collectors for €100,000 mortgage she was conned into taking

UK pensioner fears losing her home after power of attorney mistake led to €100,000 mortgage being taken out in her name


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