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Spain to appeal over US import tax on black olives

Spain’s Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, travelled to Brussels together with the State Secretary for Trade, Xiana Méndez, and the Secretary-General for Industry and SMEs, Raúl Blanco, to defend Spanish interests before the European institutions.Full Article

Nursing professionals suffer scourge of assaults

A total of 1,593 nursing professionals suffered some type of aggression in the year 2017, of which 70 per cent were verbally attacked and 30 per cent physically, one of them ...Full Article

Spanish boost as Admiral Europe opts for Madrid and Seville

Insurance giant, Admiral Europe has been granted authorisation to operate in Spain by the Government’s Ministry of Economy and Business .Full Article

Spain still committed to pollution reduction despite increased figures

CO2 emissions have grown in Spain by 4.4 percent in 2017 compared to the previous year.Full Article

Transplant body stresses “zero tolerance” against organ trafficking

Spain’s National Transplant Organisation has reiterated its position of zero tolerance against organ trafficking.Full Article

Stowaways found under hundreds of kilos of junk

Eight illegal immigrants were found hidden under a lorry’s pile of junk in another attempt to get into Europe.Full Article

Traffic police launch summer campaign to check motorcyclists

Spain’s traffic department has launched a sum-mer campaign to make sure motorcyclists and mopeds are abiding by the driving rules.Full Article

More than a million false batteries seized in Spanish raids

National Police agents and officials of the Tax Agency, in a joint operation, have dismantled in Valencia two clandestine factories producing false batteries.Full Article

Millions of air passengers face major disruption unless EU acts now, says Ryanair

Ryanair is calling for immediate action from the EU Comission to head off a summer of disruption in the skies due to air traffic control strikes and staff shortages.Full Article

World’s first “Smurf” hamlet rebrands itself as “Blue Village” as it suffers identity crisis

A tiny hamlet in Spain painted entirely blue when it became the world’s only “Smurf” village is suffering an identity crisis and trying to win back thousands of lost tourists.Full Article
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