NATIONAL

The Accounts Tribunal is to investigate the financial collapse of the tramways in Jaén, Parla and Vélez. 

The Justice Minister’s reforms fail to progress yet again 

One of the ten most wanted in Spain, in a list published on April 1, has been arrested in Britain. 

ETA will present another gesture of disarmament after the summer. 

The three men accused in the Gürtel Case won’t sit on the accused bench until 2015 

The DGT traffic authority have released a video showing the worst things you can do at the wheel 









CULTURE

Every Easter Thursday the City of León celebrates a man named Genarín. 

Antonio Banderas says he’s old enough to play Picasso 

The Spanish singer Ana Torroja has been given a 15 month sentence for tax evasion. 

FEATURES

Rojos in the Hills 

Juan Antonio Roca 

María Dolores de Cospedal, PP General Secretary 

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Spain Papers Review - Monday April 21 2014 more
New moves from the Basque Country for independence, while support in Cataluña is falling
A car hit a musical band during a holy week procession in Córdoba more
The members of the Brotherhood of the Health of Christ, from the Córdoba town of Aguilar de la Frontera, got quite a shock in the early hours of Saturday.
Missing military helicopter has been found more
The bodies of the four crew were still in the craft
A widespread power cut on Gibraltar after a fire in a power plant more
The Gibraltar Royal Police have recommended residents in the North Mole to keep their windows closed.
A search for a 14 year old boy who has Down’s syndrome will continue tomorrow more
Miguel disappeared at about 5.30pm on Thursday from a campsite in the heart of the Cazorla Sierra nature park in Jaén Province
Rojos in the Hills more
John McDonald investigates the Spanish Civil War
‘I want to be a miner’ - The Riotinto mine to reopen more
The announcement of the reopening of the Riotinto mine has brought hope to one of the poorest areas of Spain with the highest level of unemployment.
Juan Antonio Roca more
The main accused in the ‘Malaya Case’ has not had the pleasure of any prison permission since he was sent to jail on March 29 2006, for his implication in the corruption in Marbella Town Hall.
María Dolores de Cospedal, PP General Secretary more
The woman to end 28 years of Socialist government in the region of Castilla-La Mancha
Marbella Town Hall is about to receive two million € and dozens of fincas. more
The Town Hall hopes to get an additional 1.7 million from the sale of property.
The Accounts Tribunal is to investigate the financial collapse of the tramways in Jaén, Parla and Vélez. more
The tribunal is investigating the legality of the 600 million € investment.
The Justice Minister’s reforms fail to progress yet again more
With the thankfully long delays on abortion reform, now his plans to reform the penal process have been parked by the Government.
Spain Papers Review - Sunday April 20 2014 more
Opinion polls and the late Gabriel García Márquez dominate the Spanish front pages today.
One of the ten most wanted in Spain, in a list published on April 1, has been arrested in Britain. more
36 year old Romanian, Vasile Lupu, is subject to a European arrest warrant issued by Spain.
National Police have arrested a German paedophile in Palma de Mallorca more
He is alleged to have sexually molested a three year old boy and two girls aged 10 and 12.



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2. Málaga
3. Madrid
4. Liverpool
5. Marbella
6. Alicante
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8. Barcelona
9. Dublin
10. Granada
11. Oslo
12. Gibraltar
13. Sevilla
14. Murcia
15. Valencia
16. Manchester
17. Mazarrón
18. Javea
19. Palma de Mallorca
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PAPERS/OPINION

Spain Papers Review - Monday April 21 2014 

Spain Papers Review - Sunday April 20 2014 

Spain Papers Review - Friday April 18 2014 

BUSINESS & FINANCE

Spain Business Brief - Friday April 18 2014 

Spain Business Brief - Thursday April 17 2014 

Spain Business Brief - Wednesday April 16 2014 

BARCELONA/CATALUÑA

The chief of the National Police drug-fighting unit in Lleida has been sent to prison for drug trafficking. 

Artur Mas will pay 720,000 € for a lobby given the task of finding international support for his independence plans. 

The fall of the Chinese Kings 

NORTHERN SPAIN

Three sailors dead and two missing after the sinking of a fishing boat in Asturias 

A two year old girl from Galicia can name all the capital cities in the world 

The British square rigger ‘Tenacious’ is on its way from Gibraltar to Southampton. 

SPORTS

F.C.Barcelona 1 - 2 Real Madrid - King's Cup 

The British square rigger ‘Tenacious’ is on its way from Gibraltar to Southampton. 

Barcelona Football Club can’t sign any new players until June 2015 

ODDITIES

A two year old girl from Galicia can name all the capital cities in the world 

A bald man with a goatee travels from Birmingham to Alicante with his blonde girlfriends passport 

Tía Rosa’s meteorite 

THE COSTAS

‘I want to be a miner’ - The Riotinto mine to reopen 

Marbella Town Hall is about to receive two million € and dozens of fincas. 

The fall of Christ in Motril 

Motril welcomes the largest cruise liner in its history 

The Alicante provincial court in Elche has ordered the woman who set light to her daughter’s rapist to prison. 

6,000 pounds in cash found at Andrew Bush murder scene 

ANDALUCÍA

A car hit a musical band during a holy week procession in Córdoba 

A widespread power cut on Gibraltar after a fire in a power plant 

A search for a 14 year old boy who has Down’s syndrome will continue tomorrow 

MADRID

A giraffe in Madrid has given birth to a 60 kilo daughter. (video) 

The police have called attention to tourists visiting Madrid 

On the 83rd anniversary of the Second Republic demonstrators have called for the third. 

BALEARES

National Police have arrested a German paedophile in Palma de Mallorca 

An unidentified flying object has been seen in the skies of Ibiza 

At the end, everything changes 

CANARIES

Missing military helicopter has been found 

The search is on for a missing Briton lost on Tenerife 

David Cameron and his family will be spending Easter in Lanzarote