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WATCH: Barcelona police throw old lady to ground and punch man in face, while another loses eye in violent...
Shocking footage posted online appears to show police ramming protesters with vehicles, an officer throwing an old woman to the ground, as well as a man already floored being punched in the face by an officer
EXCLUSIVE: Alleged serial expat fraudster Paula Neale ‘still scamming tourists’ despite recent arrest
She had managed to evade police for a number of months by hiding in Girona and even in France
SEASONED expat fraudster Paula Neale has fled to France following an Olive Press probe. Detectives contacted us following a tip off that the mother-of-two was...
CATALUNYA'S independence referendum has begun in earnest this morning, despite Spanish national police brutality and technical issues. Catalans occupied polling stations and the space outside...
The gang were turning second-hand Toyotas, Fords and Peugeots into ‘top-of-the-range’ cars in a Girona sweatshop
Giang Quoc Co and Giang Quoc Nghiep, from Vietnam, climbed the stairs of Girona Cathedral, in Catalunya, with one sibling balanced atop the other
The Catalan police have now opened an investigations into theft and fraud
Stars sign off with celebratory cake showing all five Spanish locations
The brothers behind the top restaurant in Spain and the world are are hitting the road Stateside
The hit series is heading back to Spain for season six
Incredibly they took 1.7 million Swiss francs in photocopied bills
Cold snap hits Spain
Spain is among six other European countries bidding to host the event
Cellar de Can Roca may have just been crowned the world’s best restaurant by TripAdvisor. But how did it stand up to the Olive Press taste test? Jon Clarke checks it out
The Michelin-stared restaurant has wowed visitors the world over
The middle aged Belgian was taken to hospital in Girona with suspected internal injuries
A Pakistani man is caught trying to cheat accident insurance policies by chopping his own fingers off
Police were called to the Castell Montgrí camping site at 00.45am this morning and found the victim, a 69-year-old man
Piece of architecture purchased by homeowner's grandfather in the 1950s was unknown to experts until recently
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