Friday, February 21, 2020

Pigeons in Barcelona to be put on birth control pill

Officials in Barcelona are testing a contraceptive pill to prevent the 85,000-strong population of city pigeons from expanding

Briton wins landmark Spanish property ruling

Judge rules Charmaine Emptage did not receive 'fair compensation' for bad investment advice

Spanish ruling party rebels launch new conservative party

Vox party looks to take advantage of growing discontent among population

Judges in Spain let ‘Wolf Pack rapists’ roam free after delaying 9-year sentence for brutal sex attack

FREED: Judges have batted down calls for provisional prison sentences for the convicted 'Wolf Pack' sex attackers THE...

Festival faces storms

Benicassim headliners cancel due to dangerous winds

Manilva eighth century castle remains to become Andalucian tourist hotspot

Mayor Diego Jimenez has pledged his support for the project

Homeowners in Spain facing mammoth hike in fuel bills for January

Homeowners are being warned by consumer associations

VIDEO: Spanish politics explained in English

Created by Pablo and Paula Esparza the short video tells you all you need to know about the current situation

Tourist leaves wallet and two million dollar cheque on train

American tourist leaves €2m US dollar cheque on Madrid-bound train

IN PHOTOS: Blood spilled as Catalunya referendum kicks off

PHOTOS circulating on social media are allegedly showing the bloody outcome of Catalunya's independence referendum. The photos show bloodied locals being walked away by police...

Right royal rump-us

Queen 'honoured' alongside Obama and Brown in Spanish Christmas tradition

Food parcel plea to help Spaniards

Red Cross issues appeal for €30m to help 2.3 million people considered ‘extremely vulnerable’

Skeleton of a Spanish man goes undiscovered for 15 years

The man, found in the French city of Lille was still wearing his pyjamas in bed

PNV leader resigns

THE resignation of a moderate nationalist politician has led to fears of a urge in pro-independence feelings in the Basque Country. Josu Jon Imaz stepped...

Spain breaks record after more than 10 million tourists visited in August

The influx of tourists led to a jobs surge over the summer

House sales down 20% in Spain’s Andalucia but it’s still the most popular region to sell a house

7,278 properties changed hands in the eighth month of the year, compared to 8,733 in August last year.

‘Forensic study’ claims €15 million wrongly handed to Caja Madrid top dogs

Irregular pay rises and bonuses emerge in damning new report

Radiohead bashes Spanish banks at BBK Festival

The band headlined the event in Bilbao and encouraged Spanish fans to 'take to the streets'

Brit bleeds to death in Spain

Gary Vigors died after allegedly having his throat slashed with a broken bottle in Magalluf

Spain set to become one of first countries to make laws against fake news

Introduced by the PSOE party, the new amendment bill is currently being passed through Spanish parliament

Spain crawls out of recession

After two years of decline, Spain's economy has expanded

UK government to strip expats of Winter Fuel Allowance

The move will affect over 60,000 pensioners living in Spain

British ambassador Simon Manley comes to Malaga with urgent Brexit message for expats in Spain

'We can give people here absolutely no assurance about what will happen should the British people choose to leave the EU'

Third of those evicted in Spain are foreigners

Figures reveal number of homes repossessed by the banks in 2012