Friday, March 23, 2018

Winter ‘cruel’ allowance

Plans to cut expat pensioners' winter fuel allowance are outrageous

Conman up to his old tricks

Gibraltar businessman has swapped the Rock for a life in Yorkshire

Well done Dave!

Congratulations to expat landlord Dave Lomas on getting rid of his unwanted tennant

Giant step for expats

Good news for expats, as they are set to regain their right to vote in UK elections

Covering up corruption

The similarity between Orwell’s oppressive regime and the new data protection law is scary, to say the least

What a Danker

The shock TV appearance of wedding scammer Sue Danker understandably leaves countless couples outraged

Extremist error

Google's idea of an ‘editing error’ is a strange, rather patronising one

Conmen quelled

One Way Van Hire looks like it has pulled off its last scam… and good riddance too!

A wonderful world

In an act of true brotherly love, Manni Coe has set up an inspirational blog for his brother who has Down Syndrome

Searching for answers: Agnese Klavina

Little by little the answers appear to be coming out of this missing expat mystery

Be ‘appy with the Olive Press!

The Olive Press newspaper is now available on your iPhone/iPad

Abuse of justice

Shocking charges thrown out for nine of the 10 Catholic priests accused of sexually assaulting an altar boy in Granada

Caminito del stay

With work set to be completed on the Caminito del Rey as early as this year, thrill seekers from across the globe will be booking their tickets for the tiny village of El Chorro

The injustice of justice

It's no secret that bureaucracy in Spain can be a nightmare... but few have been trapped in a seven-year-long nightmare

Change must come

Wrought with corruption and more divided than ever, it is no surprise people are backing Podemos

Humped together

Animal rights are too often forgotten in the name of 'entertainment'

Where is Agnese?

The case of missing girl Agnese Klavina throws up more questions every day

Neverending struggle

Terry Gilliam's 15 year struggle to film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote looks set to rumble on

Stop the cruelty

The case of the five dogs poisoned to death in Competa is just the latest case of animal cruelty in Andalucia

Lets AVE it!

As President Obama congratulates Spain on its fast track railways, self-confessed trainspotter Ray Ward licks his lips even as plans to bring a new AVE line from Antequera to Algeciras might come right through the middle of his back garden

Doing it for Dad: a son’s fight against his ex-wife

The case of Dennis Terry, his son and former daughter-in-law would leave the most experienced detective confused

Greetings for Chris and good tidings for all

The Olive Press looks forward to Chris Stewart's visit to OP headquarters

Policing paedophiles in Spain

Greater cooperation required to monitor the movement of sex offenders in Europe

Praying for change: in the Catholic Church

Has the Granada sex scandal brought the Catholic Church to its knees?

Who are Andalucia’s ‘Expat 100’?

Help the Olive Press to compile the definitive list of foreigners who have helped to make the region of Andalucia great

The Dining Secrets of Andalucia

A brand new website is using an army of local critics to help foodies pinpoint the region's best places to eat


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