Saturday, 21 October, 2017

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As a growing number of complaints are made against car hire firms holding customers to ransom, James Bryce investigates the pitfalls that holidaymakers should look out for

The Rock’s wild and windswept southern tip is well worth a visit but hurry -  soon Europa Point will be changed forever

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The Olive Press goes undercover in Puerto Banus and Magaluf to investigate drink spiking in Spanish resorts, and discovers how easily obtainable date-rape drugs are

Conspiracy theories still surround the death of a Polish Prime Minister who lost his life in a freak plane crash on the Rock

Any campaigning, investigative newspaper – like the Olive Press – is going to offend and upset some readers, but it doesn’t mean the journalists deserve to die. Mike Scott gives his views on the Charlie Hedbo attack in relation to the Costa del Sol

ADVERTORIAL: Financial advisor Sandy Buchanan has a passion for the real Spain and helping expats manage their money

A Gibraltarian institution, estate agent Solomon Levy is well-known for his love of the ladies. But he’s ‘not all that bad’

Spain’s escalating oil exploration dispute is taking on the proportions of the epic seafaring battles of old, as Rob Horgan reports

The Olive Press discovers more about the illegal street vendors selling their wares along the Andalucian coastline

Lord Nelson’s legacy in Gibraltar lies beyond cemetery walls

PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez came under fire at an anniversary celebration in Sevilla

With expats currently losing their right to vote after 15 years abroad, Ray Ward explains why Brits should conjure up the spirit of the Boston Tea Party

Choosing the right schools for your kids can be a problem of algebraic proportions for parents newly-arrived on the Costa del Sol. Imogen Calderwood has the facts to help you tick all the right boxes

With just six weeks to the Andalucian elections, the Olive Press joined the hundreds of thousands of men, women and children on Podemos’ March for Change to try to understand what makes the party tick

As the Spanish football season approaches its endgame, Tom Powell tagged along to see how Europe’s most famous expat football fanclub do battle

Beaches, tapas and happy hours, Tom Powell champions swapping a two hour commute on the London underground for an expat life in the most authentic of Costa towns

Last year's web stats show the Olive Press's commitment to keep breaking news coming your way

The Olive Press counts on eight trained journalists - a number former Fleet Street hands - and does not simply translate stories, kow tow to town halls and offer long boring features on flowers

The Spanish church is in freefall after a scandal exposed a sinister paedophile sect, praying on youngsters. Are its days of influence numbered, asks Jacqueline Fanchini and Tom Powell

With Christmas now a distant memory, the Olive Press takes a trip down memory lane to pick out the top stories of 2014

She may be the girlfriend of one of the most high profile sportsmen in the world, but long-term love Xisca Perello has done a good job of staying out of the spotlight...
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Headteacher Fiona Jacobs shares what makes Almunecar International School special as it celebrates 25 years

Calpe School has a gold-star reputation on the coast. Rob Horgan went back to the classroom to learn why

The biggest political corruption scandal Europe has seen is now five years old, Tom Powell tells the story so far

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