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14:36

Gibraltar

Chief minister addresses Select Committee about Brexit impact

Debbie Bartlett gibraltar

...praised by many UK politicians, including Michael Gove, who tweeted that Mr Picardo was "a very impressive witness at DExEU select committee - articulated positive post Brexit vision." Spain's foreign minister, Alfonso Dastis Quecedo, however, has played

11:27

LifeStyle

'Attention. Spain speaking' - RNE makes its first broadcast

Mindy Burrows 19 january 1937

...type of public radio was not available. Radio Nacional de España was opened in Salamanca on 19 January 1937 by founder and first commander of the Spanish Foreign, Legion José Millán-Astray, acting on Franco's orders. It was entirely dependent on the

13:57

Local

Antequera given top international ranking

LUCÍA MARTOS NEW YORK

...a huge increase in visitors and foreign tourists. When the town was included in this list, the mayor of Antequera, Manuel Barón, welcomed the fact that this symbolic recognition is a further step towards international recognition. "The task of

13:32

LifeStyle

What is a Green card and how does it work?

...movement of their vehicle across international borders. It also guarantees that victims of road traffic accidents involving foreign registered vehicles are compensated in the country of the accident. The Green Card System The Green Card System comprises

14:06

National

Brexit negotiations officially get under way in Brussels

Jennie Rhodes brexit

Authority, which also has its current HQ in London. Mario Draghi, the Italian president of the European Central Bank is also expected to attend Friday’s talks. As talks got under way, Spain’s foreign minister, Alfonso Dastis, warned that Gibraltar would

15:19

National

Half a million workers to benefit from 4% increase in minimum wage

LUCÍA PALACIOS

...rates instead is now at 34.85 euros and domestic staff must receive at least 5.76 an hour. According to data, women, foreign residents, unqualified personnel and those on temporary contracts are currently the most likely to receive the minimum wage.

11:38

Local

Developers launch 250-million-euro residential complex in El Higuerón

Ivan Gelibter

...million euros over the next four years to build around a thousand homes. This, he said, would create a thousand jobs - directly and indirectly. “One of the main differences,” he said, “is that this is not a development aimed just at foreign buyers but it

10:41

LifeStyle

Fighting sun damage on the Costa

NIEVES CASTRO

...suffering from skin cancer. Furthermore, they highlight that, unlike with other foreign residents, Scandinavian people have different attitudes to sun protection and there is often a language barrier with these citizens which makes it difficult for them to

15:44

Local

Hey, big spenders: Malaga airport is top

Pilar Martínez MALAGA

...high proportion of foreign passengers who love to go shoppingIt is of special interest to exclusive brands, because they consider this the ideal way to have a presence in Malaga. In fact, some products can only be found at the airport because shops ... reason so much money is spent here per passenger is the profile of the customer. Fernández Bosch says a high percentage of foreign tourists use these airports, and many are travelling for holidays and leisure purposes. This means that they are in the mood ... and Barcelona, where more people travel regularly on business and are not interested in shopping. Alicante airport also has a high spend per passenger for the same reasons. Last year 14,341,618 passengers at Malaga airport flew to or from a foreign

17:59

National

Delay in naming Spanish victim of London Bridge attack criticised

sur london/Madrid

...process to be sped up caused a small diplomatic crisis between the two countries. There was disbelief as to why it was taking so long, a view which was echoed across Spanish media. Spanish foreign minister, Alfonso Dastis, said, “We don’t think that any