Thursday, March 22, 2018

OPINION: Will justice finally be done following arrests of notorious Costa del Sol Brits?

While it is excellent news that justice is finally - apparently - being done, for the families of Lisa Brown, Agnese Klavina and Amy Fitzpatrick, the desperate search for answers goes on

OPINION: Decision of a generation looms as Brexit vote registration ends May 16

From Almeria to Alhaurin and Granada to Gibraltar, our homes, jobs and entire way of life would be at risk

OPINION: Touch of class returns to Marbella at Michelin-starred chefs event

You wouldn’t have found the cast of The Only Way Is Marbs at the A Cuatro Manos event

OPINION: Expat couple the Priors ‘ property nightmare rumbles on

the British consulate estimates at least 4,000 Britons are owners of illegal homes

Opinion: Green groups slam government’s new solar power law

The law makes a mockery of Spain’s apparent drive to cut carbon emissions in the next decade

OPINION: Tighten up security at Malaga airport

Who would argue for scrimping and saving in the fight against terror?

OPINION: Johan’s legacy

His legacy lives in the beauty of the team that adorns Camp Nou to this day

OPINION: Belsen Berney’s hero legacy tainted by dishonesty

Sad that a war hero’s legacy has been tainted by his dishonesty

OPINION: Football foul play

It is appallingly sad to hear about expat children being denied the licence to play in Spanish amateur leagues

OPINION: Flying Dutchwoman faked her own death

The lows to which Ana van der Pluijm has dipped are in a realm of their own

OPINION: Take the Algarrobico down

Almeria resident Lenox Napier argues succinctly that the creation of jobs is more important than protecting mere ‘scrub’

OPINION: Dreaming of a Spanish wedding

It’s no surprise Spain is a courting couple hotspot

OPINION: The doping cycle of shame

The blood samples are a sporting time bomb the public deserves to see explode

OPINION: Moment of change for animal welfare

It's time to take a closer look at the state of animal rights and cruelty across Spain

OPINION: Unbalanced scales of justice for wrongly convicted rapist

Spain’s lengthy judicial process meant Van der Dussen languished in hellish jails for for nine more years after cops found evidence of his innocence

Keep the power

When a 66-year-old woman is living in fear, afraid to answer the phone or open the door, something has seriously gone wrong

Pablo, surely not!

Allegations that the Podemos boss could himself be corrupt are alarming in the extreme

Time to heal

Humans make mistakes and nobody is perfect, so when errors are made, the course of action is simple: Communicate properly, own up if necessary and make amends quickly and fairly

Crime doesn’t pay

If Nigel Goldman’s anything to go by, a life of selfish, arrogant crime certainly doesn’t pay

All that glitters is not gold

When a mayor can dip his hand into public coffers and pull out €50,000 for a frivolous purchase then questions need to be asked

The Olive Press by numbers

They say a stat can be found to prove anything but it’s hard to argue with the soaring growth of throughout 2015

Movers, shakers and holidaymakers

Never afraid to print the stories other publications would rather ignore, the OP continues to be the best English-language investigative newspaper in Spain

New dawn rising

Spain ‘is going through a new transition’, said the Podemos leader

Never give up

Christmas can be a time of great joy, but it is also about remembering what you have and what you don’t

We wish you a truly happy Christmas

Let’s do what we can to support this worthwhile cause which will, in turn, support the adults of tomorrow

Decision day for Spain

On December 20, the country’s political elite will be bracing itself for a possible knockout blow


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