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Help at last: Gibraltar to open first school for students with special needs

Gibraltar will open its first independent Special Education Needs (SEN) school later this year at the old St Martin’s School building. It is set to...

International Day of The Disabled commemorated this week on Spain’s Costa Blanca

COUNCIL BUILDINGS across Orihuela and Orihuela Costa will light up this Friday, December 3, to commemorate International Day of The Disabled. The Social Welfare Department,...

OPINION: Accusing a Benidorm bar of a ‘hate crime’ for renting out a midget is political correctness gone mad

If an upcoming investigation finds their dwarf to be proud of his work, and doing it without any coercion or humiliation, then we should crouch behind him

British woman in Spain arrested over murder of homeless Romanian man with no legs who was strangled and set...

A two-month investigation led officers to the British woman and the court hearing will now take place in private

Woman dies in Marbella apartment fire while disabled daughter survives after locking herself in bedroom

The mother was found dead in the living room while the daughter shielded herself from the flames in the bedroom

Accessing disability benefits for Brits in Spain post-Brexit

There will doubtless be people who are thinking that their entitlement to these benefits may cease

Seven in ten Spanish properties are unsuitable for wheelchair users puts the problem down to bad planning, rushed construction and a lack of empathy for people with disabilities

Crossing the line… Alicante police parking blunder

Olive Press opinion piece on a pair of Alicante policemen who left their vehicle parked in a disabled space... and then fined an onlooker for photographing it

Massive boost for disabled entrepreneurs

Number of disabled people setting up their own businesses soars

Blue badge bother in southern Spain

EXCLUSIVE: Partially disabled driver’s car towed away in Estepona despite displaying valid blue badge

Junta grant delay may cause disabled centre to close

Amival - who the Junta owes 206,000 euros - has been unable to pay its staff




EXCLUSIVE: Expat couple vow to leave Spain after beloved dog shot by hunters and police ‘did nothing’

AN expat couple have slammed police inactivity after their dog was shot dead by hunters on an evening stroll. Jennifer and Victor Gebhardt, 67 and...


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