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Thousands turn out in Madrid to reject regional premier Isabel Diaz Ayuso’s plans to roll back LGBTQ+ rights

THOUSANDS of protestors turned out in Madrid’s central Puerta del Sol square to demand that the regional government reverse its plans to reform laws...

Boom time: Spain’s property market on the up with help from foreign buyers

Mark Stücklin of Spanish Property Insight explores how foreign buyers are fuelling a property boom in Spain.

Not so sunny Spain as Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Eastern Europe do much better in March sunshine stakes

MARCH in Spain was the least sunniest since 1983, according to the State Meteorological Agency(AEMET). 127.5 hours of sunshine was registered on average last month-...

A week to go….but March already wettest for 72 years in Spain’s Costa Blanca and Valencia areas

DROUGHT fears expressed a few weeks ago with warnings of water-rationing have been banished by record March rainfalls in the Valencian Community. With a week...

Fear of coronavirus responsible for low turnout at 8-M Women’s Rights rally, according to Spain’s Equality Minister Irene Montero

IRENE Montero has been caught off camera blaming fear of the coronavirus as the reason why the 8-M march didn’t have as many people as previous years.

Women across Spain protest on International Women’s Day as political parties clash over feminism

Last year the numbers of women protesting on March 8 in Spain reached 5.3 million, according to unions

BREAKING: Vote delaying Brexit will be tabled if May’s withdrawal deal rejected within fortnight

THERESA May has promised MPs a vote to delay Britain’s departure from the EU, if they reject her withdrawal deal. The decision would come by...

NOT SO BRITISH: BA owner in talks with Spanish government amid Brexit fears

BA seeks has been consulting the European Commission and Madrid as it steps up preparations for a no-deal Brexit

Riot girls: Feminist court case highlights how freedom of expression is stifled in Spain

Last month, a student was given a suspended prison sentence after tweeting about the 1973 assassination of Francoist Prime Minister Admiral Blanco

Spain’s unemployment fell by 63,200 in March

Unemployment in Spain fell by 63,200 in March
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Podemos sets up in Andalucia for ‘crucial’ elections while Teresa Rodriguez heads to London

"If anywhere needs political regeneration and fresh air, it's Andalucia," said Inigo Errejon

Campaign seeking justice for Spanish Civil War massacre victims moves to the Hague

A march in support of the up to 5,000 victims is being held tomorrow in Malaga
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On Podemos’ march to power

With just six weeks to the Andalucian elections, the Olive Press joined the hundreds of thousands of men, women and children on Podemos’ March for Change to try to understand what makes the party tick

Pro-life campaigners turn to march in Madrid as controversial abortion plans shelved

PP's controversial law delayed in the run up to 2015 general elections

Gibraltar-Spain border delays to get even worse as works begin

Works will cause further delays from September 8 to end of March

Deals to be had at Marbella property show

Showcase of luxury properties at Villa Padierna Palace Hotel next week

March sees worst rainfall in 60 years in Andalucia

Despite a dry winter, Spain sees heaviest rainfall for March in six decades

Union enters final stages of three week march across Andalucia

Around 1,300 members of the Andalucian Workers Union have arrived in Sevilla to attend a public meeting

‘Hang the bankers’ as Gordillo leaves Cordoba

'Spain's Robin Hood', along with nearly 500 followers, will now continue their march across Andalucia

Half of the arrested protestors in Madrid have been released

They were brought before the courts for a range of crimes including public disorder offences

Rubber bullets fired on the streets of Madrid

Police clash with protestors as thousands of Spaniards march in solidarity with the miners

‘Express demolition’ threat

Junta officials agreed new directive just one day before Malaga demolition march

Peaceful protest march announced

Demonstration calling for legalisation of homes organised for Malaga




Health experts at a loss on what is causing Legionnaire’s disease cases in Gibraltar

AUTHORITIES are trying to discover the source of a Legionnaire’s disease cases in Gibraltar that saw at least four people take ill. The Gibraltar Health...


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