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Motorists in Malaga now have to stump up extra €13 to fill their cars after Spain’s fuel subsidy ends

Filling up your car has become €13 more expensive in Malaga following the end of the Spanish government's subsidy of 20 cents per litre...

Ryanair ends cheap €9.99 fares—including those with destination Spain—due to rising fuel prices

THE low cost airline, Ryanair, known for offering staggeringly low prices, including €0.99 or €9.99 for flights, has put an end to its cheap...

Inflation rate busts 10% mark in Spain for first time since 1980s

INFLATION in Spain has broken the 10% barrier for the first time since April 1985, according to figures published on Wednesday by the National...

Petrol station pump prices in Spain could soar to three euros per litre this summer

PETROL pump prices in Spain might hit €3 per litre this summer according to a service station employers group. Nacho Rabadan, president of CEEES, said:...

Spain’s annual food shopping bill predicted to rise by average of €200 this year

ANNUAL food shopping basket costs are expected to rise by €200 in Spain this year according to the latest Allianz European Food Inflation report. The...

What you should know before buying an electric car in Spain

Drivers everywhere are considering whether their next purchase should be an electric car.  Environmentally friendly minded folk understand the need to reduce emissions and slow...

Industrial production prices in Spain soar by over 40% in February in biggest rise since records began

INDUSTRIAL production prices in Spain notched up a record annual rate for the fifth successive month in February according to figures released on Friday...

Covid compensation severely affected by “damaging” price of fuel and energy, claims mayor on Spain’s Costa Blanca

FINANCIAL AID for businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic on the Costa Blanca has been severely affected by the price rises for fuels and...

Tightening of laws in Gibraltar could see life imprisonment for those found in possession of large quantities of petrol

WITH the number of petrol-related incidents continuing to rise on the Rock, the government has proposed a Bill to enforce bigger penalties. Earlier this year,...

Man arrested in Gibraltar for the possession of over 250 litres of fuel destined for drug traffickers

The Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) have arrested a 30-year-old local man and seized over 10 fuel containers, after a tip-off form a member of...

Spain’s Repsol suffers staggering losses of €487 million in the first quarter of 2020

REPSOL has suffered losses of €487 million between January and March.

Marbella officially has the highest fuel prices in Spain

Neighbouring Estepona and Mijas are far lower than Marbella

Ryanair profits surge after ‘rare events’ boost budget airline

The budget carrier's half-yearly profits were boosted to €1.1billion

Malaga diesel prices plunge to five-year low

A Ronda service station is selling diesel for under one euro per litre

Energy giant Repsol abandons failed Canary Island drilling project

But projects off the Mijas coastline still look to go ahead

Spain’s prices for December fall at sharpest rate for six years

And shoppers are clearly taking advantage

Fossil fuel giant Repsol slammed in climate report for South America

The 'corporate conquistadors' are accused of causing irreparable damage to indigenous communities

Energy plant in Granada to transform toxic waste into electricity

A revolutionary new technology is to be tried out at a power plant in Granada

Andalucian project is world first to convert sewage into vehicle fuel

Power-plant in Andalucia plans to pioneer waste-water-fuel for vehicle use

UK government to strip expats of Winter Fuel Allowance

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

30 arrested in 15 Spanish provinces for involvement in billion euro petrol fraud scheme

Police have dismantled a multi-million euro operation involving 30 individuals who they believe are connected to two major criminal groups with assets worth €1 billion

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Analysis: Why has Spain’s prime minister called snap elections?

SPAIN’S prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, has been famous for taking risky decisions throughout his political career. And most of the time, these decisions have...


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