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Gibraltar’s Chief Minister Fabian Picardo will ‘celebrate’ if Brexit cancelled

The Rock leader also warned the youngsters about the ‘dark days’ of the border closure issued by Fascist dictator General Franco in 1969

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I PONDER a lot. I waste time on musings and wondering about stuff, and try to look at things from different points of view,...

Police investigation as British woman in Spain smashed in head by lorry doors and airlifted to hospital

The Guardia Civil are now investigating the incident, but there has not been an update from anyone involved since Wednesday

British expats and locals FUMING as celebrity chef Dani Garcia’s chiringuito gets go ahead on protected land in southern...

According to campaigners, Valdevaqueros is one of Spain's last wild beaches and is part of a Special Conservation Area and Biosphere Reserve for birds

British expats in Spain among 100 homeowners to face compulsory purchases of land due to huge pylon network

The next step is for the Junta to declare the 182km route as a public utility and the process of expropriation will begin

SIR JOE BOSSANO: Spain’s far-right Vox party spells trouble for Gibraltar border

The party, led by former military officer, Santiago Abascal, has consistently been critical of what it sees as Britain’s ‘colonisation’ of the Rock

Father arrested after the bodies of German mother and child found in a cave on Spanish island

The man was arrested near Adeje in Tenerife after his other son, aged five, escaped the mountain cave and alerted the police

‘Frightening’ moment on Thomas Cook flight to Spain as squishy cat toy explodes in British seven-year-old’s face

Flight attendants were quick to help the mother and son, and it was later suggested to Stephanie that increased air pressure had caused the rupture

Spain honours veteran British theatre and film director Peter Brook

Veteran playwright, Peter Brook has been awarded the Princess of Asturias Award for opening ‘new horizons in contemporary dramaturgy’

Fugitive hands himself in decade on from jail break because Spanish island is not ‘as nice as it used...

HIDEOUT: The escapee spent a decade in TenerifeA FUGITIVE wanted for ten years in the Canary Islands...

Mercadona refuses to review security measures on Spain’s Costa del Sol after string of British expats robbed in its...

Despite the complaints, a spokesman for Mercadona insisted that current measures were sufficient

Facebook cracks down on far-right networks ahead of Spain election

The bogus profiles had reached more than 1.5 million followers and generate almost 7.4 million interactions in only three months before being removed

Spain could snatch €1 billion Royal Navy ship contract ahead of British firms despite wargames over Gibraltar

The British consortium on the shortlist for the contract includes Babcock, BAE Systems, Cammell Laird and Rolls-Royce

IN PICS: The women competing for your vote to be crowned Miss World Malaga on the same day as...

Finalists will compete in sports events, fashion, contribution to society, multimedia and other talents, as well as being judged on how they look

A New Wife in the Sun: Episode 22 – Careless Vespa

'I've decided to forego my soul and become an estate agent'My husband, a man used to my vast array...

The Online Gambling Industry in Gibraltar

Some of the best online casinos are registered under the laws of Gibraltar and these online casinos offers a range of quality casino games,...

British widow completes ‘El Camino’ in northern Spain to fulfil late husband’s dream

Philip Dunlop, 53 had planned to complete another leg of the Camino to Finisterre, so his wife Joan decided to return on his behalf

Gibraltar to install 17 speed bumps on Rock to protect ‘vulnerable’ baby monkeys from drivers

The new traffic initiative is one of a series of wide-ranging ‘green’ improvements across Gibraltar

Heat and sun returns to Spain’s Costa del Sol from Friday with highs of 24C forecast for next week

THE sun is set to return to the Costa del Sol this week after days of cloud and rain. According to Accuweather, the likes of...

NOT MOO-VING: Moment stubborn cow causes traffic jam on busy A-7 in southern Spain

THIS is the moment a cow caused a terri-bull traffic jam on the A-7 at the weekend.Cars came to a standstill in Alcaidesa, Cadiz,...

Number of Brits on Costa del Sol increases for first time since before Brexit

In 2013 there were 76,931 Britons in Malaga - the highest of any year

Popular drag queen attacked by group of homophobic ‘foreign’ men in gay-friendly Torremolinos

Greco was taken to the local health centre where he was treated for defensive wounds, including scratches and bruised fingers

WATCH: Andalucian town shoot and burn model of former Catalan President

The traditional ‘Burning of Judas’ ritual has been celebrated in the area for 100 years, but videos of the incident caused controversy on social media

Man in Spain arrested over double knife attack at Ryanair check-in desk that saw woman stabbed in ear

A police officer took out his gun, and with a flight attendant managed to diffuse the situation

Tourism companies in Spain outraged at being handed limits on daily beach visitors with some as low as 250...

A group of ship owners and hoteliers have labelled the plans ‘unjustified’ and claimed that daily limit on tourist numbers is a ‘grave error’
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