22 Aug, 2012 @ 18:00
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The Olive Press survey!

Bursting with suggestions as to how we can improve the Olive Press? Full of opinions on which issues you would like to see covered more extensively? Well now is your chance to have your say as part of the Olive Press survey!

We are offering weekends away at three luxury hotels – one in the Grazalema Natural Park, one in the Alpujarras and one on the Costa de la Luz – for three lucky winners of our survey draw.

All you have to do is fill out the survey and include your name, address and phone number and you will be entered into our draw at the end of August.

We are constantly aiming to improve what in a few short years has become Andalucia’s most respected and well-received free English-language newspaper. And we want you, the readers, to take part.

The results of the questionnaire will be used to help us better organise the content and structure of the Olive Press in the future.

Surveys can be completed here: theolivepress.es/survey or by filling in the survey on p.41 of the print edition.

*The survey winner will be selected by a draw. Surveys completed offline should be mailed to Urb Cayetano Arroyo, Buzon 13, Arriate 29350 Malaga by August 31. No correspondence will be entered into regarding the result. 

James Bryce

DO YOU HAVE NEWS FOR US at Spain’s most popular English newspaper - the Olive Press? Contact us now via email: [email protected] or call 951 273 575


  1. Love the Olive Press.

    Would love to see more articles on Spanish city breaks and restaurant reviews from all over the region (especially the Jerez region!)

  2. Well I think you are doing very well indeed, especially you seem to have a pulse on current affairs. I say if something isnt broken, why fix it. Congratulations to all the team, and I am not taking the survey but wish everyone the best of luck, the Alpujarras break will be quite worth it.

  3. Could be worse. Only two words:

    Neutral tone.

    If it’s an opinion piece it can express a point of view. If it is intended to be news then it should be in neutral tone. For example, the recent article that said “so and so bank charged these people for NO GOOD REASON”

  4. Most news items have an element of bias, after all its written by a human being’s perception of things, but it should be kept to absolute minimum. Even war correspondents write about what they perceive and photograph so in cases of what one could see a victim and an aggressor its bound to happen. Best thing is to get a balanced imput, but maybe because it has the comments pages, you get the balanced imput anyway.

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