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THIS WEEKEND saw Spain officially enter a heatwave, the eighth since the year 2011 to fall within the month of June. The extreme weather...
A PLANNED data centre that will serve Facebook and Instagram owner Meta is due to be built in the Toledo municipality of Talavera de...
An up and coming footballer has died suddenly after he collapsed on a football pitch in Spain. Nigerian Hadi Ado Bala fell to the...
SPAIN'S largest utility company, Endesa, is to build 27 renewable projects across Spain. They will have a capacity of 1,130 megawatts and employ 4,200 people. The...
TEXAS, arguably Scotland’s biggest and most endearing rock band have added an extra concert date in Spain for their rearranged 2021 tour. Albacete's Palacio de...
THEY are part of Spain’s living history - towns shaped over millennia by conquering civilisations with architectural styles that can never be repeated. Everyone from...
Ecologists campaign to preserve the town from demolition
The park is expected to bring 4,000 jobs to Castilla-La-Mancha
A total of 440 Iberian lynxes are thought to have been living in the country in 2016, up from 404 the previous year
Some 400 years after famed author Miguel de Cervantes’s death, researcher Javier Escudero claims to have found the inspiration for the writer’s leading character
Residents felt the images honoured the former Spanish dictator and Nazi officer
Castilla La Mancha takes a stand against nuclear waste
The funds from the cancelled festival will go to buying schoolbooks for unemployed families
A Greek F16 fighter jet crashed at the Albacete airbase
Ground-breaking poverty research takes into account the cost of living
On the 400th anniversary of the artist's death, Imogen Calderwood follows the artistic trail of Spain’s most beloved ‘foreigner’ through the backstreets of Toledo
Brian May has described the Princes' hunting trip as inhumane and illogical
Princes spend weekend hunting wild boar and stags on exclusive Andalucian estate