Monday, 23 October, 2017


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

Nick Clegg shows his support for gender equality

The political fallout over Prince Edward's visit to Gibraltar does not necessarily tell the whole story

Establishing a strong support network is often hard when living in a foreign country, but this is exactly what was needed for them

Steve Jones says it is important to celebrate the success of expats in Andalucia

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

There is a lack of evidence to back up the sudden deluge of stories suggesting a third of expats are rushing to return home

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

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Here at the Olive Press we are already looking forward to 2013

Thanks to the Olive Press’s campaign and the charity of good samaritans, Paul and Leslie Dunt and their 17 dogs again have a place to call their own

The way the PP has wriggled out of the Barcenas fraud case scot-free is an escapist act to rival the great Harry Houdini

We look forward to growing in strength over the next decade, with you alongside us

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

Curb on drinking on all-inclusive holidays is an understandable move

It's no surprise so many criminals flee to Spain

Artus Mas may claim victory for his pro-independence Junts pel Si, but failure to secure a majority of votes weakens him

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

Gibraltar - and Spain - must more closely regulate the oil tankers bunkering in the Bay of Gibraltar

Excitement is building ahead of the Junta elections

The ‘mockumentary’ Costa del Sol: the last Brits standing was not only negative… but it was plain wrong

This month’s eye-opening WHO report into global air standards should be heeded urgently by the authorities

Nadal issued a stern warning to Catalonia as the tennis legend attacked plans to hold a banned referendum on Catalan independence from Spain.

Despite laws banning flyers in Malaga, Marbella residents are constantly bombarded with sex flyers

For many of the victims of the 2012 Mijas fires, life hasn’t got much better since thanks to continued homelessness and refused compensation

Congress threw out a ban to stop television stations from paying convicts to talk about their crimes on-screen


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