Wednesday, 13 December, 2017


The ruling revokes the ex-mayor’s 15-year prison sentence

Andalucian town halls criticise the Junta for extensive debts on jobs plans

Susana Diaz gave birth in a public hospital in Sevilla

Ana Botin, president of Santander since September 2014, becomes only non-Brit in Business Advisory Group

The leading conservative candidate tipped to succeed Boris Johnson as London mayor has been holidaying at his family’s lavish country refuge for years

Judge Mercedes Alaya criticized her replacement after demotion from head judge to reenforcement on the ERE case

Gibraltar calls for military support from British government

Concerned of prying eyes, Aznar and his wife Ana Botella - the former Madrid mayor - have extended an existing two metre wall by another two metres

Dubbed the ‘priest to the nobility’ Montes is being probed over millions of euros hidden away overseas

Francisco Triguero is the latest high-profile casualty in the ERE case

Gabriel Amat accused of 'keeping it in the family'

A report released by the OECD compared statistics from 2007 to 2014

The changes come after pressure from children’s rights organisations

Protesters gathered in response to sexual assault reports

High levels of methane have reportedly been detected in a river which could be a fire risk as well as a typhoid health hazard

The ‘Referendum adhesion a Gibraltar’ Facebook group has gained 500 likes since it was launched

The Olive Press meets Marbella’s new headbanging mayor Jose Bernal, after sacking his predecessor’s FIVE bodyguards, €20,000 in personal parking spaces and iron-fisted press control

Proposals to reform copyright laws on online news stories have been quashed, following an European Committee vote

?Greenpeace activists kick off the anti-gag law protests by draping a yellow banner near parliament

The new mayor of the Malaga town distributes councillor roles

Interior Minister Jorge Diaz confirmed that Spain had increased the terror alert from medium to high

Picardo took action against the group and its leader Miguel Bernard Remon after he described him in ‘scandalous and false’ terms in front of the European Commission in 2013

Manuel Carmena, of Podemos-backed Ahora Madrid, has made the Club de Campo a symbolic target for the country’s political reform

The mayor was trapped inside a lift in a city hall on Friday morning along with Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias and several other leftist party members

They are both under suspicion of being involved in the multi-million euro scam which has rocked Andalucia’s political scene

The Madrid councillor slammed for anti-semitic tweets years ago should know better, writes our man in the capital, Mario Alegria




Some 9,000 Palma residents moved out of the diverse city in 2016. According to the councillor for equality and civic rights, 35 percent of those...
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