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Pro-EU citizens' rights campaigners to protest in Florence against Theresa May's 'Brexit freakshow'

May to offer two-year tranistional deal in landmark speech on UK's EU exit

Two-year-old boy pulled from Mallorca swimming pool recovering in hospital

Lifeguard plucks tot from water and performs CPR

Addiction expert expresses alarm at new Andalucian gambling regulations

THE GOVERNING Council of Andalucia has passed pioneering regulation permitting specific gambling venues to allow sports betting. In addition to allowing online

British schoolchildren rushed to hospital following gas leak in Spain

Nine British schoolchildren have been taken to hospital after a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a hotel in northern Spain.

EXCLUSIVE: Mallorca mugger breaks leg after fleeing from Santa Catalina robbery

Robber mugs jogger before falling down stairs and screaming in agony

Pro-independence Catalan protestors and police in Barcelona stand-off

PRO-INDEPENDENCE Catalan protestors and police were involved in tense scenes in Barcelona last night. Thousands of marchers poured onto the streets to

Dreams helped by Salvador Dali – where to stay in Asturias

Olive Press editor Jon Clarke's tips on Where to stay in wild hearted Asturias

UB40's Brian Travers to host exclusive art exhibition of own works in Marbella

UB40's Brian Travers is set to host an exclusive exhibition of his own art work in Marbella next week. The musical legend

SICKENING: €10 Spanish 'Back to School' brothel party axed amid claims it promotes underage sex

THE venue had been dressed up, the outfits purchased and the performances meticulously rehearsed. It was sure to be a party the

Dreams helped by Salvador Dali – where to stay in Asturias

Where to stay in wild hearted Asturias.

Expert claims Francisco Correa rigged contracts in latest development of GĂĽrtel case

Correa, a businessman accused of bribing PP officials, supposedly reached out to 37 companies, all of which have affiliations with the PP, giving them a competitive edge through hand-me-down documents,

Young British dad battling for life may have fallen from Mallorca building site

Police appear to rule out assault after Alex Green found unconscious on Magaluf stag-do

CATALAN CRACKDOWN: Cops raid regional government's HQ and arrest MPs in latest offensive against independence referendum

PARAMILITARY police have raided the HQ of the Catalan government in a bid to shutdown the planned independence referendum.  The offensive, performed

Ryanair offer pilots €12,000 to buy back holidays as thousands hit by Spanish flight cancellations

Budget airline publishes full list of cancelled flights

SHOCKING: Protected building to make way for a petrol station

The historic 100-year-old farmhouse, one of the last left between Fuengirola and Mijas, is set to lose its listed status.

´IT IS CLEARLY A MESS´: Ryanair faces unprecendented compensation claims from holidaymakers over cancelled flights

BUDGET airline Ryanair could be set to pay out up to ÂŁ60 million in compensation to holidaymakers over upcoming cancelled flights. The

Taylor Wimpey Espana looks to 'record' year for foreign buyers in Mallorca

'Sales success on current projects biggest achievement for us on island,' says MD Marc Pritchard

Palma de Mallorca prepares for ban on 'irritating' Segways in October

Locals have complained about noise and dangers of electric vehicles

Hamish Goddard gears up for vintage car event International Concours d'Elegance

American Car Show

Escape to Arcadia with a walk on the wild side

It's said the rain in Spain falls mainly in Asturias … But when Olive Press editor Jon Clarke swapped the crowded Costas for a summer break in this peaceful pastoral paradise, he only wore his raincoat once.

British family's dream holiday to Spain ruined after Ryanair grounded flight just minutes before take-off

A BRITISH family had their dream holiday to Spain ruined after Ryanair grounded their flight just minutes before take-off. Simon Roffee was

Garden gnome causes bomb scare outside Palma government's headquarters

Cops barricade road outside Consell Insular

WATCH: 'Michael Douglas' pulled over and grilled by Spanish cops in new Porsche

IS this is the moment superstar Michael Douglas was pulled over and grilled by police in Spain over a 'dodgy' number plate? The

British holidaymaker in intensive care after being found unconscious on Mallorca street

Father of one found with serious head injuries and collapsed lung

Big Brother star Imogen Thomas takes Mallorca break with beau Adam Horsley

Former Miss Wales star's first holiday since breast reduction last month

Daughter hopes incredible family photos from 1950s Costa del Sol can help solve mystery behind gay dad's death

IT is a question that has tormented Australian Gina Harris for over 50 years: what really happened to my father on the

New weapon launched to net illegal fishing offenders in Mallorca

Sky patrols catch two boats swimming in protected waters

Summer's over? Mine's just getting started

AS September arrives in Marbella you can almost hear a collective sigh of relief, as a beautiful tranquillity descends upon the coast,

Beaches closed as raw sewage floods sea following heavy Mallorca rains

Can Pere Antoni, Ciutat JardĂ­, and Playa de Palma hit following last week's downpours

BREAKING: Major fire near Malaga airport, main access road closed

AUTHORITIES have been forced to close the MA23 access road to Malaga airport due to a major fire. It comes after an

September, the most wonderful time of the year

SEPTEMBER has finally arrived and brings with it the more than welcome cooler weather, less traffic and, generally, less hassle - although

Mallorca politician demands Aena president is sacked over workers' conditions

Minister claims José Manuel Vargas 'seeks to increase profits at expense of workers'

Night time wine picking phenomenon in Jerez

Over 30% of all the grapes picked in Jerez's wine harvest are being picked at night to avoid the worse of the seasonal heat.

DETECTIVE PERRO: Spanish dog can sniff out lung cancer with amazing accuracy

A Spanish Labrador has been trained to sniff out lung cancer with a 95% success rate.

Australian makes 10,000-mile trek to meet long lost Spanish family thanks to Olive Press appeal

AN Australian has praised the Gibraltar Olive Press after he was reunited with his long lost Gibraltar family. Robert Gascoigne, 80, has

EXCLUSIVE: Hotel Sisu boss slams Marbella mayor for 'persecuting' his British business after being forced to lay off FIFTY local staff

A BRITISH businessman has been forced to lay off 50 staff after he had his music licence suspended. The owner of Sisu

Tourist arrested for driving drunk while naked in Mallorca

Man fined after being found slumped at wheel in Paguera

Almost TEN THOUSAND Ryanair passengers facing flight cancellations EVERY DAY for next six weeks

BUDGET airline Ryanair is set to cancel 40 to 50 flights per day over the next six weeks. Europe's largest airline said

Spanish officials 'delayed' British aid trucks destined for Hurricane hit Caribbean at Gibraltar border

SPANISH officials delayed trucks of British aid that was bound for the hurricane hit Caribbean at the Gibraltar border. According to The

Coleen Rooney jets back from Mallorca break to confront Wayne over drink-driving incident with blonde

But Simpson flies on to Balearic island at same time as WAG spotted without wedding ring

Missing man presumed dead after body found on Gibraltar cliffs

THE search for a missing man has been called off after a body was discovered on the cliffs below Farringdon's Battery. Around 100

King Felipe attends Mallorca wedding with father Juan Carlos's alleged former mistree

It is not known if the pair spoke at Palma ceremony for Martina Jáudenes De Diego

Ryanair urges Spain to 'diversify' tourism in face of sweeping anti-tourist backlash

Barcelona, San Sebastian and Mallorca saw the worst of the backlash, just months after the country reported a record 75.6 million tourists for 2016

Spanish city under fire for handing out 'cocaine cards' and advice on how to snort Class A drug

News of the campaign only came out this week, sparking criticism from the Partido Popular in Bilbao

MISSING: Urgent appeal launched after man vanishes from Gibraltar's Siege Tunnels

AN urgent appeal has been launched for a man who vanished from Gibraltar's Seige Tunnels yesterday. Joseph Santos, 51, was last seen

BREAKING: Explosion on London underground confirmed as home-made terrorist bomb, 'second bomb being deactivated'

A 'BOMB' which exploded on the London underground this morning is being treated as terrorism by police.  Many commuters were injured after

Balearic Tourism Ministry vows to crack down on scam rental holiday sites

Online catalogue and app will list all legal rental accommodation on the island