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OVER half of Spain's 66 bridges with 'serious safety problems' are in Andalucia, government data has revealed. The 66 bridges represent 0.29%...
BA seeks has been consulting the European Commission and Madrid as it steps up preparations for a no-deal Brexit
Sanchez added that the 300,000 of British expats living in Spain will be safeguarded even in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Padilla nearly lost his life in the bullring in 2011 when a bull ripped his eye out after the animal mauled him on the ground
Mijas Matters' Bill Anderson puts politician Angel Nozal in the hot seat
UK expats in Spain could face losing access to pensions and taxed for using credit cards in event of...
Annuities, deposit services, lending and insurance are just some of the financial actions where expats could face difficulties if the EU does not take action
It is not known if British nationals living in the EU will be given reciprocal rights
Andalucia calls for redistribution of migrant minors across Spain as infrastructure struggles to cope
Minors are being forced to sleep on mattresses on shelter floors
An Andalucian photographer tells the story of Europe's new migrants as they arrive in Granada and Almeria
Spain has one of the lowest birth rates in Europe, with the number of deaths outnumbering births last year
THE FOUR brothers who run Alcudia's Aguas Channeled water company have been absolved of 'their' tax crimes after paying more than €3 million in...
SOME 17,025 employees have been let go from the Junta de Andalucia over the last seven years. Official figures released by the Central Personnel Registry...
Garcia also hinted at a lack of regulation to encourage initial growth in Spain but said 'we want to set up Europe's safest framework to invest in ICOs'.
The new measures, broken down into education, healthcare and employment, are to bring about a degree of normality in the 'Catalan administration'.
Cospedal said the increase was in line with the governments plans to increase military spending to ‘around 1.53 percent of GDP’ as it currently spends €10.4 billion, according to AFP figures.
This comes a week after separatist leaders agreed to re-installed Puigdemont as Catalunya's president of government but now the Spanish government has weighed in.
It comes after Andalucia’s PSOE slammed PP leaders for massively reducing Doñana’s state funding from €428,000 in 2016 to just €142,000 this year
Andalucia has lost €24.3m in funding to encourage more jobs and tackle long term unemployment this year compared to last, the only Spanish autonomous region to do so
The eight provinces will receive 36,6% less than in 2016 with only €1.16bn euros to spend on major public projects
Cristobal Aguado, President of the Valencian Association of Agriculture has warned that vegetables such as artichokes and beans may also be in danger
Measures were created in part due to the possibility that London’s City may lose its financial passport as a result of Brexit
Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo immediately expressed his displeasure
The first state visit in over 30 years has been axed due to the instability of the government