Tuesday, 17 October, 2017

News Feature

Three day event in Almunecar includes talks, competitions and activities

The Jerez-based pilot training school is one of the biggest names in Europe

In announcing a new abortion law and hinting that its citizens could be given the right to assisted suicide, the socialist government is set...

Selfless human rights crusader, or show-off with a warped sense of his own powers? Eloise Horsfield takes a look at the controversial career of Spanish ‘superjudge’ Baltasar Garzon

Donald Gray has devoted his life to traditional Andalucia architecture, with Brigitte Bardot and Gerald Brenan big fans. Joe Duggan met the man

ON the 27th May 2007 municipal elections will be contested throughout Spain. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in the running of their...

It’s 30 years since Gibraltar’s frontier reopened after a 16-year nightmare and the Spanish are still up to their old borderline tricks but what a difference three decades make

Jon Clarke discovers the joys of Harvesters and truckers on a mammoth and costly self hire van trip back to the UK

With 70 per cent of Britain’s Most Wanted criminals now rounded up, Wendy Williams reckons Spain is starting to shed its ‘Costa del Crime’ sobriquet

You can get Don Simon orange juice and Mahou beer at own brand prices if you know where to shop. The Olive Press sent Paul Whitelock to investigate why shoppers are switching supermarkets and choosing different brands

A new frontline is being drawn up along the Costa de la Luz, between developers and nature lovers

The team refuses to get complacent as the Olive Press celebrates six successful years

Following a massive own goal – being caught hunting elephants on a luxury break in Africa – it has become open season on Spain's once untouchable royals, including claims that Spain's 'real' queen is actually a 46-year-old German. By Wendy Williams

The Gibraltar government has confirmed talks are ongoing over which family will come to the Rock

With Christmas approaching, James Bryce spends a night helping out on a soup run set up with an expat Englishwoman and local charity Caritas in La Linea

Matthew Pritchard asks if Spain will ever get over the 1930s, recalling his own personal connections to the civil war through his wife’s family

There’s nothing like a board game to help the turkey and Christmas pud go down

The language of botellón. Exercise books at the ready!

By Matthew Pritchard
What does the case of the Priors tell us about local government in Andalucia?

UK rapper speaks of night of passion in Ibiza

As Spain’s 17 best baristas did battle in Malaga to be crowned the nation’s champion, Tom Powell added a little sugar to proceedings

Daniel Shamoon buy Playa Real

Letter written by Admiral Nelson four days before his death off Cadiz fetches 40,000 euros at auction

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

With flash-flooding sweeping its way across Andalucia the OP is looking for our readers to send in their most dramatic pictures

After a sharp revival over recent years, a 'green corridor' could now link the lynx populations of the Sierra Morena with Donana in the south




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