Thursday, June 27, 2019

French air traffic control strike causes delays at Spanish airports

French strike grounds more than 120 flights and delays even more

Jobs gloom for Catalunya bankers

Union agrees to 2,153 job cuts

Madrid’s Prado Museum pins recovery hopes on artist’s homecoming

Since the onset of the recession it has struggled to fill its new rooms as it faced slashed government subsidies

Overzealous police criticised following squat eviction in Malaga

Three protestors climbed onto the roof of a squat from which 13 families were evicted

Spanish women can be charged more to learn to drive

A judge has ruled a driving school was within its rights to charge female learners more because it was proven 'men were better drivers'

British criminals in Spain to feel force of UK’s newest crime-fighters

They will continue to work closely with Spanish partners under Operation Captura

I’m Not Dating You wins Best Feature at Marbella International Film Festival

The Spanish film Esto no es una Cita took the award for Best Feature at the Marbella International Film Festival

Souter says sorry for judge slur in trial

Ex-Sur in English journalist apologises for accusing judge of bias

Spanish police use ancient speeding law to illegally fine drivers

Police are using an old law to fine motorists for going just 3% over the speed limit

EXCLUSIVE: Olive Press investigation makes British government wake up to benefit cheats abroad

Following our exclusive investigation on benefit fraudster Norman Brennan, Sky News reports British government is to take a stand

Sentences given out at the Malaya trial

Juan Antonio Roca sentenced to 11 years in prison and a fine of 240 million

Malaya corruption trial verdicts due

New court built especially for Andalucia's biggest ever trial

Spain denies united action with Argentina against the UK

Spain denies that it is linking up with Argentina over Gibraltar and the Falklands

EXCLUSIVE: Conman in the chocolate shop!

A smooth conman is operating in Mijas

Coastal Law victims could be set for a payout after EU steps in to help

Compensation plea for those who lost their homes under the old law

Spanish recession taking its toll on the roads

Toll road usage drops more than GDP over the past year.

EXCLUSIVE: Satellite TV ‘Big Switch Off’ draws nearer

British channels are one step nearer from disappearing from southern Spain after new satellite is launched

VIDEO: Spanish school enacts mock invasion of Gibraltar and shooting dead of ‘Brits’

Giggling Spanish students wearing military fatigues and carrying plastic guns shoot dead Union Jack-wearing 'Brits'

Green shoots of recovery sprout in Spain but crisis remains

Growth expected for Q3, but unemployment to remain high for a number of years

Spanish step up Gibraltar border searches hours after the European Commission fact finding team left

Spanish authorities stepped up searches at the border after the EC fact finding team left

Spanish government officials face prison for corruption

Officials face up to 12 years in prison for embezzlement

European Commission visit Gibraltar frontier

Delegation take tour of queuing points during visit

Rail infrastructure bosses under suspicion following fatal crash

22 Adif rail bosses will be questioned

Spanish journalist kidnapped in Syria

Special correspondent last reported in on September 4

ERE scandal: Judge names ex-leaders as suspects

The ERE scandal judge wants to investigate the affairs of two Andalucian premiers

Spanish taxman investigates Gibraltar’s chief minister

Hacienda investigation launched into homes owned by Fabian Picardo and his cabinet