NINE years, 221 issues and the Olive Press is ready for a new venture.
The Olive Press Gibraltar is set to become the territory’s newest – and most popular – free paper when it launches next issue, on September 16.
Already established as the go-to paper for expats in Spain, the Olive Press is ready to hit the Rock.
Aimed at both locals and expatriates working and living in Gibraltar and nearby surrounding areas, The Gibraltar Olive Press will have a varied and detailed editorial content with local, regional and national news.
In addition there will be investigative reports, special features, plus regular articles on food and dining, business, motoring, education, golf and much more besides, guaranteeing its popularity with the most discerning of readers.
It will be a newspaper which looks beyond the press releases and asks the difficult questions other publications turn a blind eye to.
And it is not a shot in the dark.
The Gibraltar Olive Press is being launched by Luke Stewart Media SL, publishers of southern Spain’s most popular English-language newspaper which has been published since 2006.
It is recognised as the leading investigative newspaper covering Andalucia with a widespread cosmopolitan readership through its circulation.
Exciting times lie ahead for the Olive Press and for our participation on the Rock. In the words of Fabian Picardo himself, ‘Times they are a-changing’… and they are changing for the best!
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