Saturday, May 21, 2022

Andalucia

La Sala prepares for millionth customer

Lucky loyalty card holder to secure VIP treatment

The lights went out

Andalucia's leading monuments have ‘switched off’ for an hour in solidarity with the world for Earth Hour

Sabinillas armed robber arrested

Firearm recovered from his home in Manilva

€15,000 fine for venue and DJ who spat alcohol over revellers in Spain’s Torremolinos last summer

THE performance of DJ duo Les Castizos at a chiringuito in Torremolinos last summer, which caused a public uproar, has been sanctioned with a...

Malaga airport back to normal after fog diverts flights

Between the hours of 9:00 and 11:00 this morning all planes travelling to Malaga had to be redirected

Belated Andorran windfall for Estepona

Cash horde discovered in least likely of places

Disabled expat in Alhaurin to keep home following Olive Press campaign to stop demolition

Disabled expat John Gray and wife Deborah were amazed that within a week of our front page story last issue, their home in Alhaurin el Grande was given a full stay of execution

WHERE TO EAT: Enjoy the amazing local produce in Spain’s Guadalhorce Valley

A longtime agricultural hub, it is no surprise you can eat well in the Guadalhorce Valley, writes Jon Clarke

Police must twerk harder after southern Spain’s most wanted drug boss appears in rap video with scantily-clad dancers

Tejon can be seen exiting a Bentley car before he is greeted by nearly a dozen semi-naked women

EXCLUSIVE: British couple lose legal battle as bulldozers flatten retirement home in southern Spain

FOR two decades it had been the dream retirement home of British couple David and Janet Hartshorn. The four-bedroom villa in the hills above the...

Abortion rules

The PP has announced plans to tighten abortion laws, meaning teenage girls will now require consent from their parents in order to terminate a...

Costa de la Luz mayors strike a blow for offshore wind farm projects

Costa de la Luz mayors oppose wind farm scheme

British expat handed ‘lethal painkiller’ Nolotil after routine operation in southern Spain despite new regulations

Nolotil has been found to cause sepsis and a rapid drop in white blood cells leading to the deaths of several british holidaymakers.

Virgen del Carmen celebrations underway in Andalucia

Religious wooden and porcelain Virgins are placed on fishing boats and paraded through the seas

Food revolution in Marbella’s Old Town

Once a haunt for tacky souvenirs and pickpockets... now Marbella’s ‘casco historico’ has become one of Andalucia’s true references for dining, writes Jon Clarke

TOP OF THE TIPPLES: Check out our connoisseur’s guide to 10 of the best-scoring Spanish wines

Would you pay €1,000 for a bottle of Manzanilla from Jerez?

RANKED: Spain’s 10 most popular tapas dishes

THERE is something genius about tapas.  What other culinary phenomenon allows you to eat so many different things at one sitting over an hour or...

IN PICS: Mass grave unearthed in Spain’s Cadiz

A MASS grave from the Franco era has been unearthed in Cadiz.  Some 37 victims have been identified in the cemetery of San Jose and...

WATCH: Two helicopters and 55 firefighters battling wildfire on Spain’s Costa del Sol

Crews from Estepona, Manilva and Algatocin have all been sent to tackle the blaze

A spot of feudal fun in Spain

Following a recent hunting trip by princes William and Harry, the Olive Press sent James Bryce to investigate the controversial estate of the Duke of Westminster, dubbed ‘the feudal lord’

European Cricket Championship to be held at prestigious hotel on Spain’s Costa del Sol

THE prestigious Sunset Beach Club on the Costa del Sol has been selected as the Official Hotel Partner for the eagerly awaited new European Cricket Championship (ECC),...

Beach bums

Nudists can now legally bare all on Tarifa's beaches

Julio Iglesias cancels Starlite concert in Marbella

The star cites doctors’ advice as the reason for cancellation

Spain’s hotels study safety measures to ensure reopening as soon as possible after COVID-19 crisis

The tourism sector is considering what security measures to take to ensure that hotels reopen as soon as possible after the COVID-19 crisis.

Sabinillas businesswoman shocked into silence raises more than €600

Katie Wookie Gates set herself a mission after witnessing poverty in Cambodia

Customer charged 5 cents for ‘ice cube’ at Andalucia cafe

A RECEIPT from a Spanish restaurant has gone viral after a customer was charged for an ‘ice cube’. An unnamed cafe at the Sevilla Fashion...

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