Thursday, March 23, 2023


Anarchy in Jerez

Unions ‘declare war’ after town hall lays off 390 employees

Black mark for Tarifa

The Costa de la Luz town has received 'black flags' for its two main beaches

PP under attack for sensationalising tobacco-smuggling figures in the Campo de Gibraltar

Gibraltar blamed for 60% of all seizures in Spain

Medina Sidonia: A bridge to the past in Andalucia’s inland Cadiz region, southern Spain

Medina Sidonia – like its nearby neighbours of Benalup and Alcala de los Gazules - is full of history

Endangered horses released back into the Spanish wild

Retuerta horses are one of the oldest and rarest breeds in Europe

TripAdvisor on trial: Vejer de la Frontera

EXCLUSIVE: The Olive Press takes an objective look at the phenomenal success of TripAdvisor...with some surprising results

Teamwork triumph for Gibraltar police and Guardia Civil

After months of hostility, the two forces work together to capture drug smugglers

Murder suspect on trial in Cadiz

Witnesses report bloody fight that ended with a stabbing

Mobile madness in Spain

Expat sues Vodafone after being billed thousands when his phone would not stop connecting to the internet

Sotogrande security guard arrested for jewellery theft

A security guard at a urbanisation has been arrested in connection with stealing jewellery worth €1,500

La Linea cops use own cars to attend crime scenes

Police in La Linea are forced to use their own vehicles - and even the bus - while on duty

We don’t want English tourists

EXCLUSIVE Tourist boss launches scathing attack against downmarket, drink-fuelled English tourism

Uncovering the hidden gems of Chiclana de la Frontera

Wendy Andersen on the hidden delights of her home town of Chiclana

‘Rubber-lip grunt’ taking over menus in southern Spain

The comically named fish is beginning to tickle more and more people's fancy

Calls for changes on new cigarette laws

The Spanish law on bringing cigarettes out of Gibraltar is ‘unconstitutional’, claim workers’ union

Clampdown on drugs

Cadiz is set to come down hard on drug offenders

Muslim ham complaint thrown out

A Muslim family who complained about the mention of ham in class will not get redress. Spanish judges are having none of it

Southern Spain is the animal trafficking gateway to Europe

Authorities in southern Spain are fighting against Europe’s growing animal trafficking problem

Was Atlantis in Andalucia?

Latest archaeological breakthrough indicates Andalucia may have once been home to the mythical civilisation

Spain complains about Gibraltar landfill plans

Spanish authorities have complained about the Rock's expansion plans

Endangered plant found in Barbate

The largest-known patch of Odontites Foliosus has been discovered by an environmental group

Tarifa mayor challenges Valdevaqueros decision

Gil Garcia says the new environmental protection legislation will hurt the area's economy

Cocaine-filled pineapples found on ship arriving in Algeciras

Guardia Civil officers had been tipped off about the arrival of large amounts of the drug from South America

Guardia Civil crackdown on illegal fishing off Marbella coast

Ten people have been charged for poaching sea anemones that they planned to illegally sell in Cadiz

Humans are ‘too stupid’ to meet aliens

According to professor at University of Cadiz

127 kilo cocaine haul found on Spanish naval training ship

Three sailors have been detained in Cadiz




Most of Spain is affected by water shortages says management company

THREE-QUARTERS of Spain is affected by water shortages according to reports from water management company Aqualia.  Spain has been struggling with ongoing droughts since 2017...


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