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ENDESA has announced a €31 billion investment in 'green' energy production in Spain and Portugal through to 2030. The news comes as Endesa and other...
COVID-19: We don’t all support the Spanish Government and don’t dare tell me ‘if you’re not happy go home’,...
I WAS surprised to read in an Spanish newspaper last week that Brits in Spain support the measures taken by President Sanchez regarding the ...
Catalonia’s separatist president, Quim Torra, has announced that he’ll call an early regional election as relations continue to deteriorate between the two pro-independence parties...
The process of cancelling a contract signed between Mariano Rajoy’s former government and the Arab state in 2015 is currently underway
There was a 2.2% decrease in tourists from January to June and a 3.1% drop in overnight stays
It comes weeks before a health campaigner is set to take her findings to a meeting with Spain’s top medication governing body in Madrid next month
The controversial site has faced huge criticism for being the only remaining monument dedicated to a fascist leader in Europe
It comes after the region's autonomy was suspended for seven months following the pro-independence referendum
The cute cubs, which are the world’s most endangered feline species, have passed their first health check-up at Jerez Zoo
President of Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, renounces masters qualification and apologizes to university in Spain
The Conservative politician claims she has not done anything illegal but blames the university for 'administrative irregularities'
The Spanish government has joined more than 20 countries which have expelled over 100 diplomats
Unions and action groups called on retirees to put pressure on the Spanish government to increase state pension payouts
Stretching from the Balearics to the eastern coastlines of Catalunya and Valencia, the 45,000 square kilometre corridor will become a protected area allowing fin whale to migrant to their north Mediterranean feeding grounds in peace.
In a new report criticising Spain’s efforts to go green, the Commission says not enough resources are being allocated for long-term plans to encourage car manufacturers to meet goals set by the EU.
Nadal issued a stern warning to Catalonia as the tennis legend attacked plans to hold a banned referendum on Catalan independence from Spain.
Latest reforms will see the choice of labour contracts available reduced from 41 to five
Officials express concern over ‘clear inconvenience’ caused by delays