Wednesday, 13 December, 2017


The movie star jetted in for a luxurious and fun vacation in Ibiza

The great and the good descended on the Costa del Sol

CAR enthusiasts were given a rare treat when Jaguar held a test drive at the Ascari race track showing off the latest models.

Participants from villages and towns across the Serrania de Ronda created a colourful cavalcade that was occasionally interrupted by a brief skirmishes

Thousands of holograms were beamed onto the lower house of parliament

KIDS from all around the region got into the spirit of Andalucia Day. Pupils at St. Anthony’s College in Mijas wore typical Spanish dress...

“It’s as though some of the museums have just been put there to give tourists something to do”

Rosanna Ogden began swimming at just 13 months old

New breed of newshound embraces the OP

Locals dressed as courtesans, bandits, farmers and Napoleonic soldiers - to re-live the area’s dramatic past

The English movie star came to Spain to watch her husband's band perform

EXCLUSIVE: In an exclusive interview Miss World tells the Olive Press why returning to southern Spain under a British flag is so special

The ‘man behind the barricade’ has been given a name

IT'S little wonder they're in a fantastic mood – Andalucia’s PP boss Javier Arenas (on the right) is well on track to win control...

A campo wild fire broke in Jimera de Libar in the Guadiaro Valley forcing the evacuation of the riverside camping ground as a safety measure

THOUSANDS of revellers turned out to watch their favourite bands perform at the Gibraltar Music Festival this weekend. While Paloma Faith’s ‘Hola Espana’ blunder may...

The Fiesta del Agua in JimeRa de Libar has been held for more than 20 years and honours the water wealth of the town

Shoppers take advantage of Desigual’s unique January sale

Ashya King continues his recovery from proton beam therapy at Marbella hospital

Some of the best come from talented photographers in Andalucia

Semana Santa virgin Tom Powell witnesses the pageantry, piety and passion of the Sevilla’s world-famous Holy Week processions from the best seat in the house

The 'City of Dreams' turned back the clock as the streets were filled with gentry, bandits and travellers during the opening parade

Could this image of a monkey be a real Banksy?

Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, "Gibraltar is red, white and free"

Can you guess what this is? Believe it or not, it’s a first-century school which has just been unearthed at a Roman archaeological site in Aroche in Huelva.

In the first time snow has settled in the Serrania de Ronda for nine years, some 3cm fell, blocking roads and causing some disruption




Some 9,000 Palma residents moved out of the diverse city in 2016. According to the councillor for equality and civic rights, 35 percent of those...
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