Saturday, 21 October, 2017

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Spanish PM flies to the US for a working lunch with President Trump to discuss the upcoming referendum in Catalunya, the EU and NATO.

Man dies from injuries after being gored to death by a bull at the Bous al Carrer, Valencia.

A group campaigning for the rights of British citizens in Spain, responds to Theresa May's Brexit speech that took place today in the historic city of Florence, Italy.
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Five people have been arrested following the shooting between two gipsy gangs outside a school left three people seriously injured. 

Nine British schoolchildren have been taken to hospital after a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a hotel in northern Spain.

Correa, a businessman accused of bribing PP officials, supposedly reached out to 37 companies, all of which have affiliations with the PP, giving them a competitive edge through hand-me-down documents,

The historic 100-year-old farmhouse, one of the last left between Fuengirola and Mijas, is set to lose its listed status.

A Spanish Labrador has been trained to sniff out lung cancer with a 95% success rate.

Many of Spain's top restaurants are being voted among the best in the world by both critics and diners.

A look back at one of the most dramatic years in memory

Roca was convicted of being the ringleader of the Malaya Plot, which saw 53 officials across dozens of Andalusian municipalities tried for embezzlement of public funds, breaches of trust, influence peddling and more

Seaman Stan Hilton jumped ship in Alicante to fight for British Battalion

As proceedings begin in the biggest political scandal to hit Spain in over 40 years, Rob Horgan takes a look at who is standing in the dock

Among the many articles in the 592-page tome, is an Olive Press story

SAUNTERING merrily between two rows of fairytale cave homes, we could so easily have been in J.R. Tolkien's mythical Shire for short people. Except there...

The drowning of seven African migrants en route to Tarifa this month highlighted again the 21st century’s biggest crisis, writes Joe Duggan

A look at Almodovar's greatest works, on the heels of his 20th film release.

David Oldman, 66, last seen near Almeria two months ago

I’D made a point of arriving an hour before the allotted time for the culinary love-in when two dozen Michelin-starred chefs descended on Marbella...

Set the task of blagging a ticket for the €350-a-head meal on the opening night of A Cuatro Manos, Laurence Dollimore walked away with a burger

Denmark emerged as the happiest country in the world

He went from house parties and skiing trips with Princess Margaret to smuggling cannabis, and rubbing shoulders with seasoned criminals

The huge scale and effectiveness of video conferencing at CERN indicates the great strides made in technology that has for years been out of reach

The Refugio del Burrito is still fighting for justice for the donkey killed in a Bethlehem display in 2014, Tom Powell went to see where all the hard work starts

Gibraltar is poised to sweep the board with its first European Backgammon Tournament in February, the latest jewel in its international events calendar, writes Tom Powell

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