Bus fare rise in Gibraltar - Inflation hits public transport as the Gibraltar bus company plans to raise its fares. Ticket prices for the buses in Gibraltar are going to be increased by 50%.
As many as twenty-eight routes are going to be introduced from Alicante's international airport for the Spring and Summer period this year. While Ryanair revealed their latest route from Shannon to Alicante and a few months ago increased the number of their flights to Malaga and Palma Mallorca.
Keep your money under the mattress - Who wants a bank when today there's a bed which has a safe inside. A Spanish businessman has designed a bed which incorporates a safe so that you can literally stash your money under the mattress.
Police officers in the South of spain are trying to find a rare fugitive - a 7 foot long reptile, thought to be an alligator - which has been seen in rivers close to the well-known tourist resort of Mijas.
The railway revamp is now back on track as plans are in hand to modernize the Benidorm to Denia train line, just weeks after it was under threat of cutbacks.
A British male burns to death in Oria - A British Expat’s body was discovered inside a burnt out vehicle and now detectives attempt to solve mystery
The demise last week end of a sixty eight year-old British man whose scorched body was uncovered inside of a burnt out motor vehicle has stunned the peaceful hill top community of Oria.
Mojacar's pub proprietors seem to be united with the battle in opposition to the latest music and opening hours legislation.
At a business meeting last week, business owners from the industry established they would definitely "stand together as one" in opposition to the "disproportionate limitations" enforced on their particular activities when it comes to opening hours and music emissions.
Is the Spanish government Planning Its Very Own Deposit “Levy”? Whilst Spain’s minister of finance Luis De Guindos announced today in the Senate that bank deposits with a value less than 100,000 euros are “protected”and that “Spanish savers need to remain calm,”
Demonstrations opposed to evictions aren't unusual in Spain but now the European union court rules Spanish evictions will be illegal. The foreclosure procedure in Spain is regarded by EU legislation to be in violation of citizens’ legal rights.
Majorca's very first themed hotel is going to be opened in the place in which the previous Gran Santa Ponsa hotel was previously situated. The actual Pirate Village is going to open in the spring of together with an inauguration celebration on the 12th of April, prior to guest visitors begin arriving the very next day.