24 Sep, 2021 @ 18:35
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Why you should subscribe to the Olive Press

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EVERY day, almost every hour and sometimes by the minute we are putting up breaking stories online.

Over the last week the big story in Spain has been the remarkable volcano erupting in La Palma, while the week before it was the terrifying Sierra Bermeja wildfire.

Our website often publishes 25 stories or more on what is happening around the country on any given day.

Be it floods, fires or terrorist attacks, we have it covered… and we will ensure to get journalists into the area as soon as we can.

Take the fire in Estepona. Over a week-long period we published over two dozen stories – many of them exclusive – with analysis on the horror blaze that killed a fireman and razed 10,000 hectares.

Our reporters sought out officials working to contain the blaze to keep our readers informed about how it was developing.

We kept in touch with those who were most affected and those who were forced to flee from their properties as the flames approached. And we told their stories.

And now our team is doing the same to cover developments as a volcano erupts in La Palma, by speaking to people on the ground, checking official sources, and publishing the most up to date and reliable information.

It is perhaps little surprise that over the last fortnight we have seen a healthy 78 people signing up for our paywall online.

The team at the Olive Press is dedicated to providing reliable factual reporting but we can only do this by asking our readers to support us.

We already have 30,000 of you following us on Facebook, 10,000 on Twitter and 2,000 on Instagram.

Please now register online and subscribe for full ad-free access to premium content and receive our daily newsletters with all the news sent direct to your inbox.  

Thank you!

Fiona Govan

Fiona Govan joined The Olive Press in March 2021. She moved to Spain in 2006 to be The Daily Telegraph’s Madrid correspondent and then worked for six years as Editor of The Local Spain. She lives in Madrid’s Malasaña district with her dog Rufus.

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