Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Inmaculada dies after artificial respirator is turned off

Death ignites euthanasia debate in Spain

Spain councillor charged with bribery and fraud

Judges release Alhendín town planning boss on bail

Los Merinos golf is “a horror story,” says famous MEP

Euro MP Michael Cashman has joined the battle to save a huge area of Unesco-protected woodland threatened by a controversial golf macro-project

Vino, vidi, vici

Wine industry claims victory as Government calls time on “anti-alcohol” law

Dying with dignity

FEW subjects arouse as much controversy orheated debate as does euthanasia. Almost everyone, when probed, has a stance on the issue. Perhaps we can...

Brits warned after Olive Press story

BRITISH taxpayers living in Spain have been warned to watch their backs, after the Olive Press exclusively reported that a fatcat businessman Mark Langford...

Police to interview King over Motril girl

Letter to former lover claims the murderer “has to pay Graham for what he has done to the Motril girl”

Court investigates legality of golf course

Public prosecutor warns Otura council and developers could face criminal charges

Lunar eclipse alert!

AS we come to the later part of February our thoughts are beginning to turn to the end of winter and to warmer nights...

Holiday home swap

Bob Maddox tackles the in and outs of allowing a complete stranger into your home while worrying about the contents of his fridge.

Suspected rapist held in Órgiva

Belgian man suspected of rape in his country arrested in Órgiva

Ribera del Duero winemakers face Madrid “vine grab”

Major producers appeal to Brussels to stop “vital” road construction

Through the Moorway to Africa

Chances are, like many of the hundreds of thousands of northern Europeans who live in Andalucía, your idea of an adventure is a day trip to some perilously perched pueblo blanco or half an hour paragliding. Well, can I make a suggestion?

Fat cat boss bagged

A FAT-CAT boss who sacked his staff by text message when his compensation firm went bust has been tracked down to Marbella. Inland Revenue investigators...

Tea of Tranquility

In the narrow lanes of Granada’s Arab quarter, perfumed secrets wait to be revealed.

The Spanish Civil War and the Written Word

Many books have been written in English on the civil war that tore Spain in two. Carlos Pranger looks at some and concludes now is the time for Spaniards to examine their own history for themselves

Slow silent suffering: So, what’s news?

Lisa Tilley asks why is news of drug-taking celebrities and Royals on the razz more important than famine, war and disease in the Third World.

Removals to Spain – the hard way

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

Spanish Law – Setting up an SL company

One of the benefits of an SL company is that only the assets of the company are liable. It is not possible to execute...

The Twin Alhamas of Granada and Almería

The Olive Press gets steamed up over what is on offer in both Alhama de Almería and Alhama de Granada

The day the H-bombs came to Andalucía

Forty one years ago last week, a mid air collision between two US Air Force planes during refueling led to four nuclear bombs – each 100 times more powerful than that which flattened Hiroshima - falling on the fishing village of Palomares in Almería

Room with a view – Granada

It does not surprise me one of the reasons British people give for their decision to move to the Granada province is the very existence of the marvellous city of Granada itself

Protected chameleons could sink massive shopping centre plan

A colony of chameleons is threatening the development of a huge shopping centre and hotel complex on the Costa del Sol

A great way tapas the weekend

Granada: home to the Alhambra palace, the Albaicín and thousands of tapas bars. In the name of research, Mark Roulston visits just a few...

The search for Lorca’s Grave

WHEN the Spanish Civil War broke out in 1936, Gerald Brenan was living with his wife Gamel Woolsey in Churriana, a village west of...

Don’t cry for Isabel Perón

Two arrest warrants in one week for the former Argentina president
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