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SPAIN has given temporary authorisation to supermarkets to limit the sale of certain products amid shortages caused by the war in Ukraine and compounded...
Supermarkets in Spain ration sunflower oil amid fears that supply threatened with Russian invasion of Ukraine
SPANISH supermarkets have taken steps to ration the sale of sunflower oil amid stockpiling by customers fearing a shortage as a result of Russia’s...
THE Spanish government has approved the release of two million barrels of oil from its reserves to help support the Ukrainian army. Pedro Sanchez said...
COOKING OIL thieves operating throughout Costa Blanca have been apprehended by Spain’s National Police. A gang of six dedicated to robbing various well-known fast-food restaurants...
REPSOL has suffered losses of €487 million between January and March.
Bermejo’s works can be seen at the National Gallery in London until September 29 or at the Museum of Fine Arts in Bilbao
Grace 1 had been carrying Iranian oil when it was stopped by Royal Marines on July 4, triggering an escalation with Tehran
Spain's acting foreign minister Josep Borrell has claimed the seizure of the ship- Grace 1 - was at the request of the US
Fabian Picardo commended the bravery of the marines involved in the operation to detain the vessel
OIL’S NOT AS IT SEEMS: Charlatan olive oils make up 50% of ‘extra virgin’ bottles in Spain, study reveals
Among the 20 charlatan drizzles named and shamed by OCU were Lidl's Olisone at €4.92 a litre and Aldi's Olearia De Olivar at €3.99 a litre, which were both deemed 'poor quality'
SPAIN has been revealed to be one of Europe’s main contributors to the ‘toxic’ crude oil refining industry. According to a new study by GlobalData,...
An Andalucian olive oil company has scooped gold for the fifth time in a prestigious annual competition.
ORGANIC producer Finca La Torre, in Bobadilla, near Antequera has produced the ‘best extra virgin oil’ for the fifth time in six years. Awarded...
Earlier this week Margallo said talks were ongoing with Iran, after sanctions were lifted on the country
The decision to acquit three Greek sailors over the 2002 Prestige tanker spill has been met with widespread criticism
EXCLUSIVE: Warring lonely heart expats denounce each other after meeting on millionaires’ dating website
Ex-Japanese model and French expat fallout over an ‘innovative’ oil patent, two Range Rovers and a €35,000 watch
Backed by the likes of Fatboy Slim, Kate Moss and Paris Hilton, protests force Cairn Energy to pull the plug on oil exploration
Spain could become a gas exporter by 2031
But projects off the Mijas coastline still look to go ahead
Spain’s escalating oil exploration dispute is taking on the proportions of the epic seafaring battles of old, as Rob Horgan reports
And shoppers are clearly taking advantage
Some airfares already slashed by half
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