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    The Olive Press News Feed
    WATCH: Costa del Sol sex-trafficking gang that kept its victims high on drugs and made them work 24 hours a day busted and  seven women rescued

    A monstrous sex-trafficking ring that operated on the Costa del Sol and forced its victims to get hooked on drugs and work every hour of the day and week has… Read More

    CHRISTMAS IN SPAIN: A guide to what to expect in the festive season

    Spain has a no shortage of festive traditions that differ regionally. Starting at the beginning of December and ending in January there are plenty of scrumptious treats on offer as… Read More

    Spain’s Olympic swimming star Ona Carbonell makes BBC’s 100 Women List

    SPANISH swimmer Ona Carbonell has made it onto the BBC’s 2022 100 Women list, which highlights ‘inspiring and influential women from around the world’. She is the only Spaniard to… Read More

    Would-be migrants flee plane at Barcelona airport after fake medical emergency forces landing

    TWENTY-EIGHT people fled an aeroplane travelling from Casablanca (Morocco) to Turkey on Wednesday morning, after an apparently faked medical emergency forced the aircraft to make an unscheduled landing at Barcelona’s… Read More

    New group of women in Gibraltar set to learn new skills from public and private mentors

    A MENTORING programme that teaches women ‘personal and professional skills’ is now entering its fourth cycle, Gibraltar’s Minister for Equality said. Marlene Dalli of the Ministry of Equality delivered the… Read More

    Family of four from Spain’s Canary Islands killed in car crash while in Romania

    A FAMILY of four from the Canary Island of Gran Canaria has died in a car accident while on holiday in Romania.  According to the Canarias 7 news website, the… Read More

    The Local News Feed
    Business anxiety grows as Spain-Algeria trade deadlock lingers
    Six months after Algeria cut ties with Spain following a spat over disputed Western Sahara, trade between the two countries remains paralysed, much to the dismay of the worst-hit companies.
    Where are Spain's warmest places in winter?
    Looking for a winter sun escape or hate the cold at this time of year? Here are the warmest places in Spain in winter so that you can see in the New Year dining outside or strolling along the beach in the sun.
    Barcelona-Marseille pipeline: an ambitious but risky project
    A planned underwater hydrogen pipeline connecting Barcelona and Marseille is a risky project, but one that is key for the European Union's energy independence.
    Reader question: Can I take time off work if my child is sick in Spain?
    Balancing work and childcare can be a tricky situation, but it can be made even more difficult when your kid is sick. What are your legal rights when this happens? Are you allowed to take time off work?
    Spain hunts passengers who fled plane 'emergency landing'
    Spanish police were searching for 14 passengers who fled after their plane made an emergency landing at Barcelona airport Wednesday following a medical incident that appeared to have been staged, officials said.
    Eight amazing ski resorts in Spain
    From the Pyrenees to the Sierra Nevada, The Local looks at some of the best places in Spain to hit the slopes and enjoy the après-ski.
    UK News From Sky
    'Cause for concern': Millions can't afford to heat their homes as 'dangerously cold' weather arrives

    More than three million low-income households cannot afford to heat their homes during the current spell of cold weather - putting their health at risk, according to new research. Read More

    'Shut the school and keep it shut until Christmas is over': Parents worried as Strep A cases rise

    For Kim Gardener, it's not been easy getting hold of a bottle of much-needed penicillin for her sick daughter. Read More

    Unions accuse ministers of stonewalling requests for meaningful pay talks as strikes escalate

    Union bosses have accused ministers of stonewalling requests for meaningful pay talks, as more sectors threaten to strike during the Christmas period. Read More

    'Social media has always worried me': Kate Winslet on new film exploring teenage phone addiction

    In Kate Winslet's new film, she stars as the mother of a teenage girl - played by her own daughter Mia Threapleton - who is struggling with issues related to… Read More

    First coal mine in decades approved, a year after UK lobbied to 'consign coal to history'

    Ministers have given the green light to a new coal mine, in a move described as "absolutely indefensible" by Lord Deben, the chairman of the government's official climate advisers. Read More

    World News From SKY
    German police raids target group suspected of far-right plot to overthrow government

    Around 3,000 police officers have carried out raids across Germany to stop an alleged plot by a far-right terrorist group to overthrow the government. Read More

    'Prince' arrested over terror plot to replace German government - here's what you need to know

    German authorities say they have foiled a plot by a far-right terrorist group to overthrow the government. Read More

    Time magazine reveals its 2022 Person of the Year

    President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and "the spirit of Ukraine" has been named Time magazine's 2022 Person of the Year. Read More

    Putin says 'we haven't gone mad' over nukes - but won't rule out first strike

    Vladimir Putin has said "we haven't gone mad" when asked about concerns he could use nuclear weapons in Ukraine - but didn't rule out a possible first-strike if threatened. Read More

    Ukrainians fight Russian mercenaries and plummeting temperatures in the Battle for Bakhmut

    Standing by a makeshift stove at the bottom of a bitterly-cold ditch, the Ukrainian troops enjoyed a quick tea break. Read More

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