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‘Spain is Ugly’: New book takes swipe at chronic overdevelopment of costas and charts architectural ruin of Spain

THE renowned editor of El Pais’s travel supplement Andres Rubio claims ill thought out overdevelopment has ruined Spain in his controversial new book ‘España...

Power company Iberdrola admits personal details of 1.3 million customers in Spain were hacked

PERSONAL data of 1.3 million Iberdrola customers were hacked in a cyberattack on March 15 according to the El Pais newspaper. The criminals seized information...

68 child sex abuse investigations involving Spain’s Catholic Church are revealed

68 cases of alleged child sex abuse connected to the Catholic Church are currently being investigated in Spain. Attorney General, Dolores Delgado, ordered 17 regional...

Spain’s El Pais newspaper launches digital subscription service

El Pais is following in the footsteps of the world’s most prestigious media outlets

Fabian Picardo says Gibraltar could integrate with UK ‘if Spain pushes us’

The Chief Minister admitted he was not 'a big fan' of the idea, but it could be a viable option 'in the future

Bullfighting is suffering a ‘profound crisis of identity’

Bullfighting will disappear sooner rather than later

Top Spanish food critic blasts British chefs Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and Marco Pierre White for butchering classic Spanish...

In a hilariously damning review, Ana Vega has slammed Brits Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and Marco Pierre White as well as having a dig at many internationally-acclaimed chefs

El Pais hits back at actress Lena Dunham over Photoshop claims

Dunham made headlines last week when she criticised El Pais magazine for ‘mad Photoshop’

Reading between the lines

The way we consume news is changing - especially in Spain, a nation which loves to read all about it without believing a word, reports Tom Powell

Expat media boss ordered to pay former sales head by Malaga court

Stan Israel of Weekend World ordered to pay former sales head, as plagiarism complaints roll in from other news companies

King Felipe’s food secrets and handsome new beard-less look

King Felipe’s svelte new look comes thanks to a mindful Mediterranean diet, a sporty lifestyle and a close shave

Man behind Spain’s national police Twitter account – the world’s most followed – leaves post

His replacement, Carolina Gonzalez, previously worked as part of an investigations unit in Barcelona

Rothschild interrogated

Lawyer Antonio Flores looks on as court resumes murky Rothschild investigation

The Charlie Hebdo journalists did not deserve to die

Any campaigning, investigative newspaper – like the Olive Press – is going to offend and upset some readers, but it doesn’t mean the journalists deserve to die. Mike Scott gives his views on the Charlie Hedbo attack in relation to the Costa del Sol

Spanish newspaper group websites hacked

Characters from Spongebob Squarepants are currently appearing on websites such as El Pais, El Mundo and Marca

TV executive resigns after New Year’s Eve broadcast blunder in Almeria

The countdown clock chimes were interrupted by commercial adverts. Watch the video here

Health Minister Ana Mato resigns over Gurtel scandal allegations

Judge Pablo Ruz accused her of benefiting from illegal party kickbacks

UPDATE: Three Granada priests under investigation for child sex abuse have been arrested

Four of the twelve people being investigated have now been arrested as the inquiry continues

UPDATE: Suspected paedophile Granada priests acted like a sinister sect

Investigations have revealed how the group went about grooming young boys after a suposed victim drew attention to their activities

Podemos overtake leading parties in polls and prepare to vote in their government

Podemos take the lead with 27,7% of votes in their favour and will be formally voting in their official leader and cabinet members next week

Appalling conditions in Spain’s rabbit farms exposed by animal rights charity

Shocking footage shows rabbits left lying dead in cages for days, while others have their throats slit still conscious

The Gurtel/Barcenas case: The story so far

The biggest political corruption scandal Europe has seen is now five years old, Tom Powell tells the story so far

Spain names corruption as a national concern

A string of scandals has led Spaniards to vote corruption as being a key problem in the country

Former treasurer to sue PP for ‘unfair dismissal’

Luis Barcenas has filed a lawsuit against his former party claiming he was only sacked when the 'slush-fund' ledgers were published

‘Bárcenas’ secret papers’ obtained from El País as part of ongoing investigation into alleged Popular Party corruption

Editor-in-chief hands over documents after being satisfied source will remain anonymous





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