Wednesday, May 31, 2023


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

UPDATE: USA requests use of Spanish military bases in fight against Ebola

Bases in Sevilla and Cadiz would be used as stopover points for the American effort against the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

La Almoraima victory in sight

Opponents of the controversial scheme to sell the estate to developers were hopeful of victory this week

Red card for Glenn Hoddle’s Spanish football adventure

EXCLUSIVE: Row over 160,000 euros ends Glenn Hoddle's football partnership in southern Spanish city of Jerez. By Troy Shaheen

Driver has miraculous escape as road bridge collapses while Andalucia is lashed by storms

Driver in Cadiz province had a miraculous escape at 5am this morning as part of the Los Cerrillos bridge spanning the River Guadalete collapsed in front of him

A shopping adventure in Sotogrande

The San Roque Golf Resort is fast becoming a commercial hotspot

Andalucia’s ‘home of fun’ that is hardly on the map!

While lost in the Cadiz/Malaga borders, Alcala del Valle is authentically Andaluz and full of spirit, discovers Wendy Williams

Anarchists to be remembered at Benalup Carnival by visit of Carla Mintz

The daughter of Jerome Mintz, who wrote The Anarchists of Casas Viejas will attend the annual carnival

HIDDEN GEM: Cadiz’ Jimena is a wonderful weekend escape in Andalucia

Nicola Cowell takes to the narrow lanes of Jimena de la Frontera to discover why the town is such an enchanted retreat for tourists and expats

Gibraltar ‘Terror trio’ released

Paragliders to be released despite possession of explosives

80 homeless families squatting in Sanlucar de Barrameda

Abandoned holiday homes are prime targets for squatters

Red kites up by 50% in Spanish national park

The Junta de Andalucia has recorded sightings of 74 red kite pairs, compared to just 40 in 2011

Tarifa up there with Spain’s hottest property spots

Tarifa is in the top six key property hotspots in Spain, claims agent Tony Cassidy

Why paragliding is a truly electrifying sport

A paraglider is said to be to blame for a series of powercuts in a pair of villages in El Gastor and Algodonales in Cadiz.

Nothing to grouse about!

Andalucia's Sandgrouse population has grown by almost 300 percent in the last three years

Swine flu kills three

Swine flu claims its first victims in Andalucia

Unveiling the Paco Trail in Algeciras

The late singer's hometown is to honour Paco de Lucia with his very own tourist route

Join in at Jerez Flamenco Festival

The city is alive with the sound of clapping and castanets

Tackling the internet trolls in Spain

Police called in over internet hate campaign which claims expat is a ‘wanted criminal’

Flood of migrants in past 48 hours in Strait of Gibraltar

Emergency services have picked up nearly 1,000 migrants in dozens of boats and rafts

Torreguadiaro blaze tears through 100 hectares

40 homes were evacuated and cars and property were damaged

First female composers’ workshop to be held in Cadiz

the Andalucian Musical Documentation Association helps fight unequal representation in classical music.

Viva la Pepa!

It’s exactly 200 years since the Spanish Constitution was born in Cadiz. Wendy Williams looks at its significance today

Pawfect treatment in Spain

Cancer-striken dog makes remarkable recovery with ‘ozone treatment’

EXCLUSIVE: Police search for missing British tourist

Andrew Cunningham's family have now appealed to Olive Press readers for help




Spain’s prime minister launches scathing attack on right-wing parties and media ahead of general elections

SPANISH Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez surprised everyone on Monday, when he called a snap election after his Socialist Party suffered serious losses at the...


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