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Luck runs out for female thief with 20 arrests and releases in Costa Blanca area of Spain

A thief with 20 previous arrests has been detained by the Policia Nacional in Alicante. The 33-year-old woman has eight court warrants out against her. Six...

Cybercrime police in Murcia locate scammers who sold undelivered cars across Spain

TWO fraudsters have been arrested by the Guardia Civil for selling second-hand cars online which were never delivered to customers. The probe was launched in...

Costa Blanca engineers count down to blast off for Spain’s first space rocket launch in 2022

SPAIN'S first space rocket will be launched next year, 11 years after a Costa Blanca-based company was formed with the aim of making that...

Take a trip to the inland province of Teruel to find Spain’s coolest place in summer

Take a trip to the inland province of Teruel to find Spain’s coolest place in summer… and make sure to stop off at Albarracin on the way, writes Fiona Govan

Town in rural Spain offers free house and job to encourage young families to move

THE town of Griegos in the province of Teruel, in the Aragon region of northeastern Spain has been swamped with applications after offering free...

Four tonnes of marijuana set alight by Spanish police after three arrested in drug factory raid

OVER four tonnes of marijuana was seized and burned by Guardia Civil as three people were arrested in Aragon’s city of Teruel. Including the three...

Eightieth anniversary of bloody battle during Spanish Civil War remembered in new book

La Batalla de Teruel: Guerra total en Espana, takes readers through the battle that claimed the lives of over 140,000 people

Death of a bullfighter

OP blogger Marianne Hill on the death of bullfighter Victor Barrio yesterday

Spanish bullfighter Victor Barrio gored to death by bull on live TV

The bullfighter was rushed to hospital but doctors were unable to save his life

Sat navs lead drivers down Teruel steps

A number of motorists have been left in a sticky situation after following their sat navs down pedestrian-only street

The land that time forgot

Spain is littered with traces of ancient man, remains of dinosaurs and proof that Neanderthal man held his last stand in Gibraltar just 24,000 years ago. After a 6ft thigh bone of a dinosaur was found in Teruel, the Olive Press sent Wendy Williams to investigate

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